Anwar Fazal

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Anwar Fazal (born 1941 in the village of Sungei Bayor, Perak, Malaysia) is a leading civil society activist in multiverse issues including consumer, health, environment, urban governance, heritage and peace. In 1982, he was awarded the Right Livelihood Award for "fighting for the rights of consumers and helping them to do the same."

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