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Press Coverage of the Right Livelihood Award

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Articles about the Right Livelihood Award

International Herald Tribute: 'Alternative Nobels' go to journalist, activists

Editor & Publisher: King Features Columnist Among 'Alternative Nobel' Winners

Associated Press: 'Alternative Nobels' go to journalist, activists

Common Dreams: 'Alternative Nobels' go to journalist, activists

The Local (Sweden): 'Alternative Nobel' to Indian, US, Somali and German activists

USA Today: 'Alternative Nobels' go to journalist, activists

The Star (South Africa): Women sweep 'alternative Nobels'

The Hindu (India): 'Alternative Nobels' go to activists, journalist

One World (UK): Four named in 'Alternative Nobel' awards

Deutsche Welle (Germany): Peace and Social Justice Workers Receive Alternative Nobel Prize

Swedish radio: 'Arbete för fattiga och utsatta belönas'

Uppsala Nya Tidning (Sweden): 'Alternativa Nobelpriset' delas på fyra’

German main television news website links to a number of radio interviews

German second TV channel website: 'Alternativer Nobelpreis für Monika Hauser'

Spiegel Online (Germany): 'Ich möchte, dass die Welt für Frauen anders wird'

ZEIT (Germany): 'Kölner Frauenärztin ausgezeichnet'

Deutschlandradio: 'Es geht wirklich um Demütigung und Zerstörung der Frauen'

Sindh Today (Pakistan): 'Indians working for social justice get Alternate Nobel Prize'

Ultimo Segundo (Brazil): 'Nobel Alternativo premia defesa de direitos femininos e idéias de Gandhi'

Monsters and Critics (Europe): 'PROFILE: Free speech award winner sees journalism as tool for peace'_

Women’s E-news: 'Women Do Right'

The China Post (Taiwan): 'Democracy Now host wins Right Livelihood Award'

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