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Human Rights Award

Since 1988, the Reebok Human Rights Award has been presented by the Reebok Human Rights Foundation to young human rights activists under the age of 30 "who have made significant contributions to human rights causes through nonviolent means." For the complete list of more than 80 recipients from over 38 countries and to find out more about this award: www.reebok.com/Static/global/initiatives/rights/awards/recipients/past_index.html.

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