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The Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award 2013

The Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award for 2013 was awarded to Jeremy Corbyn, MP Islington North on 26th November 2013 at Portcullis House. Thank you to all who attended You can read Jeremy Corbyn’s speech by clicking here You can also view photographs of the event by scrolling down the right hand column of our homepage to reach […]

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The Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture and Peace Award 2009 – The Children’s Legal Centre

The Gandhi Foundation’s Annual Lecture and Peace Award were held this year in conjunction with The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple. The venue was the historic Temple Church, a building originally founded by the Knights Templar and now used, not just as a place of worship, but also for promoting understanding between faiths and […]

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2008 Peace Award & Annual Lecture – Harold Good & Alec Reid

Gandhi Peace Award 2008 – Citation by Dr. Omar Hayat Something extraordinary has taken place and is taking place in Northern Ireland. Something very powerful indeed. After decades of troubles the wholly unexpected coalition of the two extremes in the province, the Sinn Fein and the DUP has taken place (originally with the Reverend Paisley […]

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2007 Peace Award – Media Lens

The 2007 Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award was presented to Media Lens. Citation Media Lens (www.medialens.org) is an online, UK-based media watch project, set up in 2001, providing detailed and documented criticism of bias and omissions in the British media. David Edwards and David Cromwell are co-founders and co-editors of Media Lens. Media Lens is […]

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2006 Peace Award: Shabana Azmi

Screen legend Shabana Azmi receives International Peace Award for poverty and human rights work. Actress Shabana Azmi has become accustomed to receiving accolades for her ground-breaking performances on stage and screen ever since 1974 when Satyajit Ray first called her “the finest dramatic actress in the country”. However, she is equally well known for her […]

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2005 Peace Award: Clive Stafford-Smith

The Gandhi Foundation’s 2005 Peace Award was presented to the human rights lawyer Clive Stafford-Smith on Sunday 2 October 2005. Clive is a renowned British human rights lawyer who has worked on death penalty cases in the USA for the past 21 years. He was director of the Louisiana Crisis Assistance Center for 11 years, […]

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2004 Peace Award and Annual Lecture: Helen Steven and Ellen Moxley

The 2004 Annual Lecture was given by Helen Steven from Scotland who, together with Ellen Moxley, also received the Gandhi International Peace Award on this occasion. Both have campaigned tirelessly over 30 years against WMDs and the arms industry, and set up and run The Scottish Centre for Nonviolence. The Gandhi Foundation is delighted to […]

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