Jus Humanis would like to invite all new and old students to our first event of the new academic year! We are going to watch the documentary “When the Mountains Tremble” by Newton Thomas Sigel and Pamela Yates. The documentary is narrated by the Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchú, who tells the story of […]
Human Rights in the Occupied Regions of Georgia Abkhazia and Tskhinvali Region (“South Ossetia”) Jus Humanis would like to invite you to a new Country Lecture held by our member Keti! Today, 20% of the Georgian territory (two regions) is occupied by Russian forces. The regions have declared independence, but they remain under de-facto Russian […]
In line with the procedure outlined in our statute, Jus Humanis wishes to announce that an extra general meeting will take place on 14th April 2014. The meeting is to consider proposed amendments to the statute. Further details will follow nearer the event.
Dear everyone, Jus Humanis is pleased to invite you to a student lecture on The Situation of Refugees in Botswana. The event will take place in the Beijing Room of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute at 3pm on Friday the 31st of January 2014. The lecture will be held by our member from Botswana, Azaliah Mapombere. […]
Dear everyone, Jus Humanis is pleased to invite you to a student lecture on German Prostitution Laws and the Protection of Human Rights, which will be followed by a round table discussion with the purpose of drafting a letter to branches of the German government. The event will take place in the Beijing Room of […]
Jus Humanis is proud to announce its annual Winter Forum. This year the forum, focusing on choosing and refusing life, will span over two days, with the different events taking place. Firstly, on the 26th of November at 2pm, in the Beijing Room of the Raoul Wallenburg Institute, there will be several lectures on the […]