Past Recipients

Year Recipient Title
2019 Benjamin A.T. Graham and Kelebogile Zvobgo The World Bank as an Enforcer of Human Rights
2018 Suparna Chaudhry The Assault on Civil Society: Explaining State Crackdown on NGOs
2017 Stefan Borg Discourses of Secular and Sacred Rights in Post- Revolutionary Tunisia
2016 Robyn Linde Rhode Island College
2015 Sheena Greitens Organizing Repression
2013 Matthew Krain & Elisabeth C. Bremer World Economic Forum
2010 Kathleen Staudt Explaining the Persistence of Femicide Amid Transnational Activist Networks: Where Did Human Rights Theory Go Wrong?

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