Migrants and refugees from Libya who survived the crossing of the Mediterranean
Photo: FUF Lund / Flickr
Of: Chiara D'Agni
A new hope for establishing protection of human rights in Libya is rising. But migrants and refugees still face critical conditions and the reconstruction of the country must address this.
June 22, 2021, Chronicle, Magazine
A Senegalese migrant worker displaying harvested tomatoes at an Italian tomato farm. Photo: Trafficking in Persons Office, Flickr
Of: Chiara D'Agni and Sofu's Malte Rønberg
The agricultural sector in Southern Italy depends heavily on foreign labor forces coming from other EU member states or third countries. However, seasonal agricultural workers are more likely to experience violations of their rights. This is in order to reduce the producers' wage costs as well as the prices charged to consumers in many countries including the Nordics.
April 27, 2021, Magazine, News article
Morten Kjaerum, Director of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights (“Photo: FUF Lund / RWI Lund”)
Of: Chiara D'Agni and Yi-Chia Chen
Human rights cities, as Lund, is a new phenomenon and according to a recent report by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) they can better contribute to the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). FUF Magazine has interviewed the Director of the RWI, Morten Kjaerum, to talk about SDGs and human rights cities.
December 21, 2020, Article, English, Interview, Magazine