Award Winner from Argentina, Pakistan and Germany

Tireless Advocacy for Social Justice and the Integrity of Creation

The winners of the 6th International Bremen Peace Award 2013 are an Argentinian human rights activist, an initiative against slavery in Pakistan and two distinguished anti-nuclear activists from Gorleben.

The native Argentinian woman Natalia Sarapura has developed a unique development programme and for the last 18 years she has been fighting for the rights of the Kolla, an indigenous people in northwestern Argentina. The Insan Dost Association commits itself to putting an end to slave work in Pakistan, which is actually forbidden, but still widespread. Andreas Earl of Bernstorff and Anna Countess of Bernstorff from Gartow in the Wendland have been opposing the Castor transportation and nuclear policy for the last 35 years.

You can watch videos about the award winners and the peace award here. Videos

Peace Award Winner 2013

A Life Devoted to Human Rights in Argentina: Natalia Sarapura

Natalia Sarapura is described as friendly, consistent and effective in the public eye. She is an indigenous Argentinian and developer of a unique…

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A Stony Path to Freedom in Pakistan: Insan Dost Association

Slave work is forbidden in Pakistan, and yet still commonplace. Insan Dost Association campaigns for its abolition. It has founded trade unions and…

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Civil Disobedience for Sustainable Energy in Germany: Andreas and Anna von Bernstorff

The Earl and Countess of Bernstorff are fighting with different means against the planned nuclear waste disposal site in Gorleben. The couple…

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