2017 Prizewinner

Group "Caesar" for its courage in bringing the sytematic torture and mass murders in Syria to the attention of the world public

2015 Prizewinner

Amirul Haque Amin (Bangladesh) for his fight for workers' rights in the textile and garment industry

Prizewinner 2013

Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera (Uganda) for her courageous fight against homophobia and for sexual self-determination in Uganda

Prizewinner 2011

Hollman Morris (Colombia) for his commitment to respect for human rights in Colombia.

Prizewinner 2009

Abdolfattah Soltani (Iran) for his struggle for human rights in his home country.

Prizewinner 2007

Eugénie Musayidire (Rwanda) for her reconciliation work between the two enemy tribes, the Hutu and the Tutsi, in Rwanda.

Prizewinner 2005

Tamara Chikunova (Uzbekistan) for her engagement against death penalty and torture.

Prizewinners 2003

Ibn Abdur Rehman (Pakistan) and Teesta Setalvad (India) for their committed fight against prejudice, hatred and violence.

Prizewinner 2001

Bischop Samuel Ruíz García (Mexico) for his struggle for the rights of indigenous peoples.

Prizewinner 1999

Fatimata M'Baye (Mauritania) for her fight against discrimination of black African ethnic groups.

Prizewinners 1997

Abe J. Nathan (Israel) and Khémaïs Chammari (Tunesia) for their peace activities in the Middle East.

Prizewinner 1995

Sergej Kovalev (Russia) for his committed fight against the war in Chechnya.

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