Reebok Human Rights Award

Reebok Human Rights Award

Reebok Human Rights Award

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The Reebok Human Rights Award honours activists under the age of 30 who fight for human rights through non-violent means. Each year, the award is given to four or five individuals. Each receives a grant of US$50,000 that must be used to support their human rights work. The awards are underwritten by the Reebok Foundation. No new awards have been given out since 2007.

Youth from close to 40 countries have received the award since it was established in 1988.


- Laura McCargar, United States
- Anderson Sa, Brazil
- Iryna Toustsik, Belarus
- Ou Virak, Cambodia
- Li Dan, China
- Rachel Lloyd, United States
- Khurram Parvez, India
- Otto Saki, Zimbabwe
- Zarema Mukusheva, Chechnya/Russia
- Carlos Rojas, Mexico
- Aloysius Toe, Liberia
- Charm Tong, Burma/Thailand
- Yinka Jegede-Ekpe, Nigeria
- Vanita Gupta, United States
- Joenia Batista de Carvalho, Brazil
- Ahmad Nader Nadery, Afghanistan
- Pedro Anaya, United States
- Anusuya Chatterjee, United States
- Mohamed Pa-Momo Fofanah, Nigeria
- Ernest Guevara, Philippines
- Christian Mukosa, Democratic Republic of Congo
- Kavwumbu Hakachima, Zambia
- Maili Lama, Nepal
- Malika Asha Sanders, United...... ...

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