Max van der Stoel Award

Max van der Stoel

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21/10/2016 - Dutch Foreign Minister to present Cyprus-based Association for Historical Dialogue and Research (AHDR) with Max van der Stoel Award 2016
19/10/2016 - Feature article on the Winner of the 2016 Max van der Stoel Award
18/10/2016 - Highlights from the celebrations in October 2014
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Only OSCE missions and institutions, delegations of the OSCE participating States and the HCNM may nominate candidates. Others may propose nominees to an OSCE mission, institutions or delegations. Read more...

Who was Max van der Stoel?

Max van der Stoel was a Dutch statesman who had a long and distinguished career. He was appointed as the first OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities in 1992 and served eight and a half years in the post.
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Winners of the Award

The winner of the Max van der Stoel Award 2016 is

Association for Historical Dialogue Research

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What is the Max van der Stoel Award?

The Max van der Stoel Award, a prize of 50,000, is presented every two years to a person, group or institution for extraordinary and outstanding achievements in improving the position of national minorities in the OSCE participating States. Read more...
The Max van der Stoel Award recognizes extraordinary and outstanding achievements in improving the position of national minorities in the OSCE participating States.
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Managed by the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities, The Hague, The Netherlands
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Funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Netherlands
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