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8 de Diciembre de 2008

El Right Livelihood Award: un análisis del "Premio Nobel Alternativo" sueco

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Democracy Now! emite desde Estocolmo, Suecia, donde Amy Goodman se encuentra junto a otras tres mujeres destacadas del mundo para recibir el Right Livelihood Award, también conocido como el Premio Nobel Alternativo. Las mujeres son Asha Hagi Elmi, co-fundadora de Save Somali Women and Children (Salvemos a las Mujeres, Niños y Niñas Somalíes); Krishnammal Jagannathan, una activista de 82 años de edad del sur de India, y Monika Hauser, ginecóloga y fundadora de “Medica Mondiale”. Hablamos con el creador del Right Livelihood Award, Jakob von Uexkull.

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