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2017 Laureate Yetnebersh Nigussie presenting the Award to Aminatou Haidar at the 2019 Award Presentation, credit: Stina Stjernkvist. Below: 2018 Laureate Tony Rinaudo giving his acceptance speech at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm, credit: Wolfgang Schmidt

By honouring and supporting courageous change-makers, we boost urgent and long-term social change. This work is made possible by our donors. Join us to make a difference!

Please send your single or recurring donation to our Swedish bank account.

Recipient: Right Livelihood Award Foundation
IBAN: SE28 9500 0099 6026 0900 2494
BIC (swift code): NDEASESS
Bank address: Nordea Bank AB, 105 71 Stockholm, Sweden

We treat your gift with great care. This account is a registered Swedish Fundraising Account. It is monitored by the Swedish Fundraising Control (Svensk Insamlingskontroll) that guarantees that fundraising is properly carried out, managed without excessive administrative costs and that the money reaches its intended destination.

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Claudia Lehnherr Mosimann

Head of Fundraising
Phone: +41 (0)79 885 81 09
Email: claudia@rightlivelihood.org

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