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Civic Society: Freedom Is Not To Be Taken For Granted (2. 10. 2013)

Added: October 3, 2013

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Photographs from the one-day conference Civic Society: Freedom Is Not To Be Taken for Granted, which was held  in connection with the first presentation of the Václav Havel Human Rights Prize. The conference took place at Prague Crossroads and was organized by VHL in cooperation with Charta 77 Foundation. The most significant speaker was Ms. Natalya Pinchuk wife of the prizewinner Václav Havel Human Rights Prize - Mr. Ales Bialialitaski - who has been in prison sice 2011.


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