Human Rights Award
Our Laureates
March for Our Lives
Assuring that no special interest group or political agenda is more critical than timely passage of legislation to effectively address the gun violence issues that are rampant in our country.
Color of Change
Engages decision-makers in corporations and government to create a more human dialogue on race
United We Dream
Empowering people to develop their leadership, their organizing skills, and to develop campaigns to fight for justice and dignity for immigrants and all people.
The International Indigenous Youth Council
Advocating for the environmental conservation issues, including preservation of the water supply.
Alfredo Romero
2017, Venezuela
Andrea James & Just Leadership USA
2016, United States
Natalia Taubina
2015, Russia
Adilur Rahman Khan
2014, Bangladesh
Ragia Omran
2013, Egypt
Librada Paz
2012, United States
Frank Mugisha
2011, Uganda
Abel Barrera Hernandez
2010, Mexico
Magodonga Mahlangu
2009, Zimbabwe
Aminatou Haidar
2008, Western Sahara
Mohammed Ahmed Abdallah
2007, Sudan
Sonia Pierre
2006, Domnican Republic
Stephen Bradberry
2005, United States
Delphine Djiraibe
2004, Chad
Coalition of Immokalee Workers
2003, United States
Loune Viaud
2002, Haiti
Darci Frigo
2001, Brazil
Martin Macwan
2000, India
Archbishop Michael Kpakala Francis
1999, Liberia
Berenice Celeyta, Jaime Prieto, Gloria Florez, & Mario Calixto
1998, Colombia
Senal Sarihan and Sezgin Tanrikulu
1997, Turkey
Anonymous
1996, Sudan
Kailash Satyarthi, Doan Viet Hoat & Nguyen Dan Que
1995, India, Vietnam
Ren Wanding & Wei Jingsheng
1994, China
Bambang Widjojanto
1993, Indonesia
Chakufwa Chihana
1992, Malawi
Avigdor Feldman & Raji Sourani
1991, Israel, Palestine
Amílcar Méndez Urizar
1990, Guatemala
Fang Lizhi
1989, China
Gibson Kamau Kuria
1988, Kenya
Kim Keun Tae & In Jae Jeun
1987, South Korea
Adam Michnik, Zbigniew Bujak & Father Jerzy Popieluszko
1986, Poland
Allan Boesak, Beyers Naude, & Winnie Mandela
1985, South Africa
CoMadres
1984, El Salvador