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                 Guest For  FRIDAY APRIL 3,  2009

 

                               (Original air date: 08-23-92)

 

                                  ROGER DAFFLON

 

    Representative of the Nord-Sud Institute of Geneva

Switzerland - Organizer of the Gaddafi Prize of Human

    Rights Conference - Tripoli Libya June 1992 

   

        

                   

           Speaker Gavrella Gema - Representative of the 

          "International Action Center" of New York 

 

         

  Speaker  Vernon Bellecourt - Representative of

                "The American Indian Movement" 

 

                Libyan Human Rights Conference  

                "Gaddafi Prize of Human Rights"

                                 Tripoli, Libya

                                   June 1992  

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdfpP5g8f2s - ROGER DAFFLON

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Al-Gaddafi International Prize for Human Rights

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The Al-Gaddafi International Prize for Human Rights is an annual prize founded by and named after Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi. It was establishd by its namesake along with Swiss globalisation critic Jean Ziegler.[1]

The Al-Gaddafi International Prize for Human Rights was established in 1988 by Muammar al-Gaddafi who initially granted 10 million US$ to the Swiss-based foundation North-South which awards the prize. According to its website, the prize is awarded to one of the "international personalities, bodies or organizations that have distinctively contributed to rendering an outstanding human service and has achieved great actions in defending human rights, protecting the causes of freedom and supporting peace everywhere in the world."[2] The sum of the prize money is US$250,000 (in case of several recipients the prize money is shared).

[edit] List of recipients

Year Recipient(s)
1989 Nelson Mandela
1990 "The children of Palestine"
1991 The indigenous peoples of the Americas
1992 The African Centre for Combating Aids
1993 "The children of Bosnia and Herzegovina"
1994 The Union of Human Rights Societies and Peoples in Africa
1995 Ahmed Ben Bella, Francisco da Costa Gomes
1996 Louis Farrakhan
1997 Gracelyn Smallwood, Ms. Melchior Ndadaye, Melba Hernández, Manal Younes Abdul-Razzak, Doreen McNally
1998 Fidel Castro
1999 "The children of Iraq"
2000 Souha Bechara, Joseph Ki-Zerbo, Evo Morales, the Movement of September, the Third World Center
2002 Mamado Diaye, Roger Garaudy, Ibrahim Alkonie, Jean Ziegler, Nadeem Albetar, Ali M. Almosrati, Khaifa M. Attelisie, Mohamed A. Alsherif, Ali Fahmi Khshiem, Rajab Muftah Abodabos, Mohamed Moftah Elfitori, Ali Sodgy Abdulgader, Ahmed Ibrahim Elfagieh
2003 Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria
2004 Hugo Chávez
2005 Mahathir bin Mohamad
2006  ?
2007  ?
2008 Dom Mintoff
 
 

 

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                 Channel 34 of the Time/Warner & Channel 83 of the RCN 


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