Voting for Human Dignity Award 2014/15

Die Ermittlung der Preisträger für den Roland Berger Preis für Menschenwürde erfolgt einmal jährlich in einem fünfstufigen Auswahlverfahren. Sie können dazu beitragen, dass Ihr Kandidat in die Shortlist für die Jury aufgenommen wird. Die Personen oder Organisationen, die hier die meisten Stimmen haben, werden dem Preisvergabekomitee zur Bestimmung des Preisträgers mit vorgelegt. Das Voting für den Roland Berger Preis für Menschenwürde 2014/15 endete am 10. Dezember 2013 (Tag der Menschenrechte) um 0:00 Uhr MEZ.

Untold numbers of individuals and organizations all over the world are standing up for human rights – often in exemplary ways. The Roland Berger Foundation honors such champions of human dignity each year. We select one, two or, at most, three and confer on them the Roland Berger Human Dignity Award. The annual award is endowed with up to EUR 1 million. Proposals can be submitted to us by anyone who knows the work of those who have set an example. You, too, can suggest a candidate for the award. Having examined the validity of your suggestions, we will post them on this blog for voting by site visitors. The ones that receive the most votes will be included on our shortlist of up to ten candidates. The independent Awards Committee will then arrive at its decision. Voting for the Roland Berger Human Dignity Award 2014/15 closed December 10th 2013 (Human Rights Day) at 00:00 CET. We look forward to receiving your proposals!

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Submitted by: LOKENDRA TABEBUNG LIMBU

Dudu sitan Tamang

She is good enough for this award because she started to work in the rural areas to incourage the people to fight for women’s rights. So i strongly recommend her name.

Submitted by: Vijay Shintri

Fr. Jacob P. J.

Fr. Jacob is the only Priest in India to be elected as Member of Legislative Assembly and being a Priest too. He has worked for nearly 5 decades to bring up the level of Rural Women into the Society’s Mainstream. He believes and believed in Gandhian Method of Non-Violence, Satyagraha, Fast Unto Death etc to […]

Submitted by: Shruti Nagvanshi

Dr COLIN GONSALVES

Dr COLIN GONSALVES Founder, Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India Colin Gonsalves is the Founder of Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), India’s leading public interest law group. A graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Mr. Gonsalves started his professional life as a civil engineer but was drawn into […]

Submitted by: Buddha Halder

Kirity Roy

‘One man in India has defied threats, arrests, raids and a bombing to carry on fighting against brutality and injustice.’- Amnesty International (can be cited at http://www.amnesty.org/en/50/inspirational-stories/kirity-roy) Kirity Roy started out as a young political activist in West Bengal, India. He has since spent decades exposing human rights abuses and fighting injustice. His work has […]

Submitted by: Sally Reed

Anuradha Koirala

Founder of Maiti Nepal, fighting against sex trafficking of Nepali girls and women for 20 years, she has created an extraordinary NGO: Maiti Nepal. Anuradha is a crusader for women’s rights and the basic human dignity deserved by every female, especially in a society in which they are currently not valued or appreciated. She operates […]

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