Brave people solving global problems – the Right Livelihood Collection

Since 1980, the Right Livelihood Awards Foundation honours people upholding the principles of right livelihood, which means fully respecting other people and the natural world, “being responsible for the consequences of our actions and taking only a fair share of the earth’s resources.” This award has come to be known as “the alternative Nobel Prize”. There are now 182 laureates from 72 countries.

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