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Civil Courage Prize

Civil Courage Prize

The Civil Courage Prize, inspired by the life of Soviet dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn, is an award that acknowledges steadfast resistance to evil at great personal risk. The goal of the prize is to showcase individual heroes who deserve recognition. The winner of the award, established in 2000 by the Northcote Parkinson Fund, is chosen among the nominations submitted by the international non-governmental organizations. The ceremony is held in New York or London, and keynote speakers in the past have included British Home Secretary Douglas Hurd and Chilean President Michelle Bachelet. In 2007 the fund’s name was changed to The Train Foundation in honor of the Train family and their contribution over the years.

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Civil Courage Prize Laureates (2030 ~ 2021)

Nasrin Sotoudeh

Civil Courage Prize 2023

Alexei Navalny

Civil Courage Prize 2022

Eric. K. Ward

Civil Courage Prize 2021

Civil Courage Prize Laureates (2020 ~ 2001)

Raqqa

Civil Courage Prize 2016

Yassmin Barrios

Civil Courage Prize 2015

Claudia Paz y Paz

Civil Courage Prize 2015

Nicola Gratteri

Civil Courage Prize 2014

Dr. Denis Mukwege

Civil Courage Prize 2013

Yu Jie

Civil Courage Prize 2012

Triveni Acharya

Civil Courage Prize 2011

Civil Courage Prize Laureates (2010 ~ 2000)

Canon Andrew White

Civil Courage Prize 2010

Aminatou Haidar

Civil Courage Prize 2009

Ali Salem

Civil Courage Prize 2008

Rev. Phillip Buck

Civil Courage Prize 2007

Min Ko Naing

Civil Courage Prize 2005

Anna Politkovskaya

Civil Courage Prize 2005

Emadeddin Baghi

Civil Courage Prize 2004

Lovemore Madhuku

Civil Courage Prize 2004

Shahnaz Bukhari

Civil Courage Prize 2003

Paul Kamara

Civil Courage Prize 2001

Natasa Kandic

Civil Courage Prize 2000