Nominations Open for the 2019 Gwangju Prize for Human Rights (50,000 USD)!

Deadline: 31 December 2018

The May 18 Memorial Foundation is currently seeking nominations for the following Prizes:

  • The Gwangju Prize for Human Rights (GPHR)
  • The Special Prize of the GPHR (SPGPHR)

To promote the spirit of the May 18 Democratization Movement, in which the people of Gwangju resisted against brutal military forces for the sake of democracy and human rights in 1980, the May 18 Memorial Foundation recognizes the exemplary efforts of individuals and organizations aspiring to the restoration of justice and human rights in their respective countries through the Gwangju Prize for Human Rights Prize. Since 2000, the Foundation has been bestowing the ‘Gwangju Prize for Human Rights’ to individuals, groups and institutions in Korea and abroad that have contributed in promoting and advancing human rights, democracy and peace in their work.

SPGPHR is for an individual or an organization that has contributed to the promotion of democracy and human rights through cultural activities, journalism, and in academic fields.

These prizes are awarded by the citizens of Gwangju in the spirit of solidarity and gratitude to those who have helped them in their struggle for democratization and their search for truth. It is hoped that through this award, the spirit and message of May 18 will be immortalized in the hearts and minds of humankind.

Criteria

  • Qualified Nominators
    • A nomination for the GPHR and the SPGPHR can be submitted by any individual or organization who meets the nomination criteria.Any nomination is considered valid if it is submitted by a person or an organization that falls within one of the following categories:
      • Individuals or organizations who won the May 18 Citizens Award and/or Yun Sang-won Award
      • Previous Gwangju Prize for Human Rights laureates
      • Organizations in Korea or overseas working for human rights, peace, and reunification of Koreas that have been active three years or more and that the May 18 Memorial Foundation Directorate decides tore quest their nomination
      • Any individual or organization in Korea or overseas that agrees on the purpose of the GPHR
  • Candidacy Criteria
    • The candidates eligible for the GPHR or SPGPHR are those persons or organizations nominated by a qualified individual or a qualified organization. A nomination of yourself will not be taken into consideration.

How to Apply

Applicants can download the 2019 Gwangju Prize for Human Rights Nomination Form via given website.

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/2019gphr

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