Moroccan Human Rights Advocate Won the United Nation Human Rights Prize

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Last December 5, the United Nations announced the winner of the prominent United Moroccan Human Rights Advocate Won the United Nation Human Rights PrizeNation Prize in the Field of Human Righys for 2013 and it goes to a female Moroccan Human Rights advocate, Khadija Riyadi.
The awarding ceremony for the United Nations Human Rights Prize of 2013 will be on December 10th in the New York at the United Nations headquarters. The ceremony will be part of the annual commemoration of the Human Rights Day, which takes place every year on December 10th.
The United Nations Human Rights Prize was established by the General Assembly in 1966 and awarded for the first time dated on December 10, 1968 and has been awarded every five years since then.
“The award is given to individuals and organizations in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms. Previous recipients have included Nelson Mandela, Amnesty International, Jimmy Carter, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Reverend Dr. Martin L. King,” according to a UN press release and has ended.