INTERVIEW. Dinushika Dissanayake is a lawyer and has practiced in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal in Colombo. As both a professional and an activist, she personally works for a transitional justice in Sri Lanka and for the respect...
The Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention
Denis Mukwege, laureate of the 2013 Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention, has been awarded the very first Prize for Democracy and Human Rights by the Parliament of the Federation of Wallonia-Brussels.
A press conference was held on February 17, 2015 for the signing of the partnership Convention between Al-Bawsala and Orange-Tunisie with Claude Chirac in attendance.
In 2015, the Fondation Chirac will award its 7th Prize for Conflict Prevention and Prize Culture for Peace. This is a timely reminder to take a look at world security in terms of the number of conflicts.
THE MAGAZINE PUBLISHED ITS LIST OF THE 50 MOST INFLUENTIAL AFRICAN WOMEN IN THE WORLD. AMIRA YAHYAOUI IS INCLUDED.
THE LAUREATE OF THE 2014 FONDATION CHIRAC PRIZE FOR CONFLICT PREVENTION AND THE 2014 CULTURE FOR PEACE PRIZE, BESTOWED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE FOUNDATION FOR CULTURE AND DIVERSITY, WERE AWARDED FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2014 AT THE QUAI BRANLY MUSEUM. FRANCOIS HOLLANDE, THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, AND PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC, ALONG WITH THE FONDATION CHIRAC JURY MEMBERS WERE ALL IN ATTENDANCE.
Denis Mukwege, 2013 laureate of the Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention, has been once again recognized for his work with female victims of rape and sexual violence in armed conflicts.
Biography Born in Ksar Hadada – in southern Tunisia, near Tataouine – Amira Yahyaoui spent most of her childhood in Tunis. She is the daughter of Judge Mokthar Yahyaoui, who was dismissed in 2001 following the publication of...
The 2013 laureate of the Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention offers a new account of his work in Kivu, where he tirelessly helps female victims of sexual violence. In this region that has been sharply destabilized by political and...
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Italian Republic, Emma Bonino has accepted President Chirac’s invitation to become a Jury Member for the Conflict Prevention Prize.