Al-Gaddafi International Prize for Human Rights

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The Al-Gaddafi International Prize for Human Rights was an award given by Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi from 1989 until his killing in 2011. The prize was often awarded to Lefist dicators or other controversial persons.

Winners

  • 1989: Nelson Mandela
  • 1990: Children of Palestine
  • 1991: Native Americans
  • 1992: African Centre for Combating Aids
  • 1993: Children's of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 1994: Union of Human Rights Societies and Peoples in Africa
  • 1995: Ahmed Ben Bella and Francisco da Costa Gomes
  • 1996: Louis Farrakhan
  • 1997: Gracelyn Smallwood, Melchior Ndadaye, Melba Hernandez, Manal Younes Abdul-Razzak and Doreen McNally
  • 1998: Fidel Castro
  • 1999: Children of Iraq
  • 2000: Souha Bechara, Joseph Ki-Zerbo, Evo Morales, the Movement of September and the Third World Center
  • 2002: Roger Garaudy, Ibrahim Al-Koni, Jean Ziegler, Nadeem Albetar, Ali M. Almosrati, Khaifa M. Attelisie, Mohamed A. Alsherif, Ali Fahmi Khshiem, Rajab Muftah Abodabos, Mohamed Moftah Elfitori, Ali Sodgy Abdulgader and Ahmed Ibrahim Elfagieh
  • 2003: Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria
  • 2004: Hugo Chavez
  • 2005: Mahathir Mohamad
  • 2006: Evo Morales
  • 2007: Libraries of Timbuktu, Mali
  • 2008: Dom Mintoff
  • 2009: Daniel Ortega
  • 2010: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan