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The University of Oslo's Human Rights Award – Lisl and Leo Eitinger's Fund

About the prize

The prize is awarded in recognition of personal effort and active involvement in human rights.

The winner is awarded EUR 10.000 and a lithography by the Norwegian artist Frans Widerberg.

Human Rights Award in 2018

The University of Oslo's Human Rights Award – Lisl and Leo Eitinger's Fund is awarded to professor Nora Sveaass.

The prize award ceremony will take place on Wednesday, 5 December, in Gamle festsal in Domus Academica, at 18:00 pm, as part of Oslo Peace Days.Read more about the prize award ceremony

 

Contact

If you have questions concerning the prize or the prize award ceremony, please contact us

The Selection Committee

The prize is awarded by the University of Oslo after nomination by a committee appointed by the University.

Lisl and Leo Eitinger's Fund

Leo Eitinger was Norwegian-Jewish humanist, doctor and professor of psychiatry at the University of Oslo. Together with his wife, he founded Lisl and Leo Eitinger's fund in 1984. The prize was first awarded in 1986, to Elie Wiesel.

Previous prize winners

See a detailed overview of our previous prize winners of the University of Oslo's Human Rights Award, back to the first winner in 1986 – Elie Wiesel.