Human Rights Award

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Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award
... The Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award is awarded annually by the Washington, D.C.-based Institute for Policy Studies ... It is awarded to those advancing the cause of human rights in the Americas ... The Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award commemorates Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt, who in 1976 were assassinated in Washington, D.C ...
Sima Samar - Awards
... Sima Samar has received numerous international awards for her work on human rights and democracy, including 1994 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Community Leadership 1995 Global Leader for Tomorrow from ... Women, USA December 2001 Women of the Month, Toronto, Canada, December 2001 Best Social Worker Award, Mailo Trust Foundation, Quetta, Pakistan March 2001 International Human Rights Award, International Human ...
Leipzig Human Rights Award - History - Award Recipients
... prominent critic of Scientology, received the first award in 2000 as the Alternative Charlemagne Award ... At the awards ceremony, Sect Commissioner of the Evangelical Church in Berlin-Brandenburg Thomas Gandow stated "By holding this ceremony, we intended to give a sign that, in spite of the ... its own organization opposed to the Leipzig Human Rights Award, and on May 29, 2000 sent letters to bishops of the Evangelical State Churches in Berlin-Brandenburg and Saxony ...
Noam Chomsky - Thought - Politics
... Protective League McCarthyism Smith Act and Smith Act trials John Birch Society Civil Rights and anti-imperialism era 1963 March on Washington "I Have A Dream" speech War on Poverty The Great ... Bonanno John Zerzan Issues Anarcho-capitalism Animal rights Capitalism Education Criticisms Islam LGBT rights Lifestylism Marxism Nationalism Orthodox Judaism Religion Sex/love Violence ... states such as Chile under Augusto Pinochet and argues that this results in massive human rights violations ...

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