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14th Geneva Summit: In the News

Media Mentions of the 2022 Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy. For videos, photos, transcripts, quotes, and more, click here. The World story on Summit speaker and chief of staff to Alexei Navalny, Leonid Volkov: “‘Tectonic Shift’ as Support for Putin erodes” CNN segment on Summit speaker and chief

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2022 Courage Award: In the News

Media mentions of the Geneva Summit’s decision to award Enes Kanter Freedom its 2022 Courage Award: The National Endowment for Democracy article on the decision to award Freedom the Courage Award and other Summit speakers: “NGOs Announce Courage Award for activist NBA player Enes Kanter Freedom”. Newsweek article on the

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13th Geneva Summit: In the News

Media Mentions of 2021 Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy For videos, photos, transcripts, media mentions, quotes, and more, click here. Los Angeles Times article on the 2021 Geneva Summit and Moral Courage Award recipient and jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny: “Ahead of G-7 and U.N. talks, political dissidents and

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12th Geneva Summit: In the News

Media Mentions of 2020 Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy For videos, photos, transcripts, media mentions, quotes, and more, click here. CNN article on Iranian rights activist and 2020 International Women’s Rights Award recipient Shaparak Shajarizadeh: “Iranian women’s rights activist: ‘Don’t wait for anyone to hand you your rights’”

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The Guardian article on son of Vietnamese political prisoner Dennis Chau

Family of retired Sydney baker jailed in Vietnam say Australia needs to do more Ben Doherty – March 1, 2020 Click here to see the original article The trial of a retired Australian baker sentenced to 12 years in jail in Vietnamon terrorism charges was a “charade”, his son says, saying

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CNN article on Iranian rights activist and 2020 International Women’s Rights Award

Iranian women’s rights activist: ‘Don’t wait for anyone to hand you your rights’ Melissa Mahtani – February 26, 2020 Click here to see the original article (CNN)She may just have won the Geneva Summit 2020 International Women’s Prize but Iranian activist Shaparak Shajarizadeh says she can’t feel happiness anymore — not while

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Germany’s Deutsche Welle article on Uyghur rights activist Jewher Ilham

Liste über gefangene Uiguren in China “lässt mich erschaudern” Esther Felden – February 21, 2020 Click here to see the original article Eine Recherche der DW und anderer Medien hat enthüllt, wie willkürlich der chinesische Staat muslimische Uiguren in Xinjiang verfolgt: ein Anruf ins Ausland, das Tragen eines Kopftuches, das Schließen

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Germany’s Deutsche Welle article on Iranian rights activist and 2020 Women’s Rights Award

Die stille Rebellion der iranischen Frauen Sabine Peschel – February 20, 2020 Click here to see the original article Kurz vor der Parlamentswahl am Freitag (21.02.2020) haben sich die Hoffnungen vieler Iranerinnen und Iraner auf politische Vielfalt zerschlagen. Der von konservativen Geistlichen beherrschte Wächterrat hat die Hälfte der knapp 14.500

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Geneva’s Le Temps article on Uyghur rights activist Jewher Ilham

Nouveaux témoignages de la répression au Xinjiang Frédéric Koller – February 19, 2020 Click here to see the original article Jewher Ilham, la fille du célèbre prisonnier politique ouïgour Ilham Tohti, est venue évoquer à Genève la situation de la région autonome du Xinjiang Enfant surnuméraire, barbe, voile, fréquentation de

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Newsweek article quoting Uyghur rights activist Jewher Ilham

Coronavirus would be ‘disastrous’ for China’s Muslim concentration camp prisoners and the world might never find out, Uyghur activist warns David Brennan – February 18, 2020 Click here to see the original article Coronavirus poses a serious risk to millions of inmates in China’s Muslim prison camps, where overcrowding and

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Public Radio International article on Uyghur rights activist Jewher Ilham

New data on China’s detention of Uyghurs: ‘They could charge you for anything’ The World Staff – February 18, 2020 Click here to see the original article Around 1 million Uyghurs have been forcibly detained by the Chinese government in a widespread network of prisonlike facilities. Chinese authorities call the detention camps

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EFE Interviews Geneva Summit Speaker Felix Maradiaga

Nicaragua’s future leaders are in Ortega’s prisons, activist says Isabel Saco – March 28, 2019 Click here to view original article. The future leaders of Nicaragua are currently in President Daniel Ortega’s prisons, making the release of political prisoners the first step toward building a valid alternative to the Sandinista

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