Established in 1980, the Right Livelihood Award aims to nurture the human courage needed to achieve peace, justice and sustainability for all.
By recognising the actions of brave visionaries and building impactful connections around the world, the Award aims to boost urgent and long- term social change. 182 Laureates from 72 countries have received the distinction to date.
The Stockholm-based Right Livelihood Foundation presenting the Award sees its role as being a megaphone and shield for the Laureates, providing them with long-term support. The Foundation’s main aims are to raise the profile of the Laureates and their work, provide protection when Laureates’ lives and liberty are in danger, and educate people on the innovative solutions presented by Laureates.
Responding to the extra demand for food parcels and hot meals in coronation times; also offering spiritual and physical care.
Coalition for Work With Psychotrauma and Peace - CWWPP
Through participatory online meetings, self-study courses and podcasts, help victims of violence to overcome the psychological trauma they have experienced.