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Ahead of Global #ClimateStrike She Inspired, 16-Year-Old Greta Thunberg Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
"The massive movement Greta has set in motion is a very important peace contribution."
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The 2018 winners, Denis Mukwege and Nadia Mura won “for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict.” Trump, in contrast, boasted of grabbing women’s private parts.(Photo: Screenshot) Views
Top 5 Reasons Trump Should Not Get the Nobel Peace Prize
I’m just trying to understand the squirrels running around in Trump’s brain
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The horror of war is unimaginable. Those who have been to a battlefield know its terrors: the sounds, the smells, the casualness of the killing, the hunger, the uncertainty, the peril. (Photo: Nobel Peace Prize Winner Nadia Murad/ Getty Images ) Views
Imagine a World Without War, Where Migrants Are Welcomed, Where Women Are Not Targets
Fighting indifference with justice on International Human Rights Day
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It’s time for the world to sit up and listen, because the work is far from over.(Photo: Screenshot) Views
Mukwege and Murad Nobel Win Amplifies Voices of Sexual Violence Survivors in Era of Kavanaugh and Blasey Ford
The importance of this win cannot be overstated
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Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Two 'Courageous' Campaigners Against Sexual Violence as Weapon of War
"Both laureates have made a crucial contribution to focusing attention on, and combating, such war crimes."
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Anti-Nuclear Coalition Accepts Nobel Peace Prize As Calls for Disarmament Grow
"The only rational course of action is to cease living under the conditions where our mutual destruction is only one impulsive tantrum away."
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The 2017 Nobel Peace Prize to ICAN: Saving Humanity from Itself
The Nobel Committee has joined people all over the world in calling on the nuclear armed states to begin the serious negotiations toward the complete elimination of these weapons
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Aung San Suu Kyi: A Leader in Denial?
Speech given by political leader of Myanmar "was disingenuous at best and dishonest at worst," said one human rights advocate
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton visits Daw Aung San Suu Kyi at her house in Rangoon, Burma, on December 2, 2011. [State Department photo/ Public Domain] Views
Deep Shame on Suu Kyi and Myanmar
Aung San Suu Kyi should have her Nobel Prize revoked.
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A Nobel Appeal to Norway
On one country's historic opportunity to redefine climate leadership
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