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Human Rights Watch honors Daniel Bekele Print E-mail
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Monday, 05 October 2009

Daniel BekeleIn the ever-shrinking space for freedom of expression and association in Ethiopia, Daniel Bekele has faced heavy-handed government repression as a prominent anti-poverty activist and human rights lawyer. Daniel has dedicated his life to building a vibrant civil society and strengthening human rights in a country where freedom of expression and other fundamental rights are severely constricted.  

Daniel Bekele made the following statement upon hearing about the award announcement:

"I accept such a prestigious award with a genuine sense of humility. I hold this award in the name of my fellow colleagues working for the promotion of human rights in Ethiopia. I am humbled by such global level recognition of the human rights work in Ethiopia; but it is also a constant reminder of the human rights situation in my country. Read more at Human Rights Watch

 
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