Parliamentary Network

2019 Laureate Aminatou Haidar speaking at an event at the Swedish parliament during Award Week in 2019, credit: Christian Gustavsson

SÄRLA

Launched in 1993 by the then MP Birgitta Hambraeus (Center Party), SÄRLA – the Association for the Right Livelihood Award in the Swedish Parliament – is a group of Swedish parliamentarians from seven parties. From 1985 until 2015, the Right Livelihood Award was presented at the Parliament with SÄRLA being the host. In recent years, it has hosted seminars with new Laureates in the Parliament and has been part of discussions with previous Laureates. The support from these MPs is important to the Laureates and is an expression of trust in Right Livelihood's work.

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Our Founder

Jakob von Uexkull founded the Right Livelihood Award to lift the voices of change-makers offering practical solutions to the world's most pressing problems.

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Our Board

Our Board of Trustees sets the direction of our work as we highlight and support change-makers.

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Swiss Support Foundation

Our Swiss Support Foundation has worked to increase the impact of Right Livelihood Laureates and gather financial support in Switzerland since 2007.

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Partners

Our partners elevate the impact of our work, allowing us to do even more for Laureates. Besides financial support, they also lend their time, energy and talent to us, so we can better serve change-makers.

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Cooperations

We establish and develop long-term cooperations with institutions and organisations to support and amplify Laureates' causes.

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Careers

Join our highly committed international team working to support some of the most outstanding change-makers in the world!

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Sustainability

Right Livelihood Laureates work on urgent climate action globally. We strive to reflect this in our day-to-day operations.

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