Victor Gollancz Prize
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The prize is awarded in Göttingen.
- 2000 The society Mothers of Srebrenica and Zepa, Bosnia-Hercegovina, for their work to identify the victims of the Srebrenica Genocide
- 2001 Zainap Gaschajewa and Lipkan Basajewa, Chechnya, for their humanitarian work and documenting of crimes in Chechnya
- 2003 The Society of Former Female Bosnian Concentration Camp Prisoners, Bosnia-Hercegovina, for their humanitarian work for the survivors of the Serb concentration camps and organized war rape campaigns, and the Widows of Barzan-Tal, Iraq, for their work for the families of the victims of the Barzan-Tal massacre
- 2004 Libkan Basaeva, Chechnya
- 2005 Sergei Kovalev, Russia, for his documenting of Russian crimes in Chechnya and his work within the Memorial organization, and Mustafa Dzhemilev, for his work for the Crimean Tatars
- 2008: Halima Bashir, West Sudan/Darfur, for her work for the people of Darfur, and Jovan Divjak, for humanitarian work for children in Sarajevo
- 2009 Memorial, Russia
- 2014 Bernard Kouchner, former French foreign minister and co-founder of Doctors without Borders, in recognition of his "lifelong, unwavering commitment to fight crimes against humanity"
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- "Waynakh Online » Memorial Received the Victor Gollancz Prize". www.waynakh.com.
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- Invitation to the awarding of the "Victor Gollancz Prize" to Bernard Kouchner Archived 2015-05-18 at the Wayback Machine., gfbv.de