Nominations for the Stefanus Prize 2020 are open from Nov. 1 to Dec. 31, 2019.
(List of Criterias)
The Stefanus Prize is awarded every second year to someone who has made an outstanding contribution to promote Freedom of Religion and Belief (FoRB) in particular, and Human Rights in general. The Prize itself consists of a handmade art diploma and € 10,000 to the laureate and her/his work for Freedom of Religion or Belief.
The Stefanus Prize winner
The Stefanus Prize Committee
2005 Bishop Thomas, Egypt | 2007 Doan Trung Tin, Vietnam
2008 Tim A. Peters, Korea/Kina | 2010 Victor Biak Lian, Myanmar (Burma)
2012 Samuel L. S. Salifu, Nigeria | 2014 Asma Jahangir, Pakistan
2016 Mine Yildirim & Aykan Erdemir, Turkey | 2018 Saad Salloum & Fr. Ameer Jaje OP., Iraq
In 2018 the Stefanus Prize was awarded to Saad Salloum & Fr. Ameer Jaje OP (both with diplomas), here together with the Prize Committee and the Secretary General of Stefanus Alliance.