Human rights award from the city of Weimar

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The city ​​of Weimar's human rights prize has been awarded annually since 1995 on December 10th, the day of human rights in Weimar proclaimed by the United Nations . The prize is awarded to individuals, groups or organizations who work for more humanity and tolerance between people and peoples, but especially for the preservation and establishment of the basic values ​​of equality, freedom and justice against the background of their ethnic and religious identity work in or for their home.

Award winners


In response to the 2017 award ceremony for Ilham Tohti, Tongji University in Shanghai completely stopped its student exchange with Bauhaus University Weimar .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Hinnerk Feldwisch-Drentrup: China takes action against German researchers. In: July 31, 2019, accessed July 31, 2019 .