The Edelstam Prize

The Edelstam Prize is a Sweden-based international monetary award, administrated by the Harald Edelstam Foundation. The Edelstam Prize is awarded for outstanding contributions and exceptional courage in standing up for one’s beliefs in the Defence of Human Rights.

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The winner of the Edelstam Prize can be a private person or a person who serves in Government, international or national organisations. The winner shall be an individual who has acted in Ambassador Harald Edelstam’s spirit in a country/countries where Human Rights, according to international law, have been violated.
  • Caroline Edelstam and Juan Guzmán Tapia

    Pinochet’s nemesis receives the Edelstam Prize

    The Edelstam Prize 2016 is awarded to Judge Juan Guzmán Tapia of Santiago for outstanding contributions and exceptional courage in standing up for one’s beliefs in the Defence of Human Rights, and the prize will be awarded during a ceremony at the House of Nobility in Stockholm, Sweden, on November 15th 2016. Download background information […]

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HARALD EDELSTAM COLLECTION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

Skultuna’s collection THE EDELSTAM  COLLECTION consists of cufflinks and a pin with a black pimpernel, the symbol of the Edelstam Foundation, as the Norweigan resistence movement during  World War II came to call Ambassador Edelstam ”The Black Pimpernel.”

Cufflinks and pins kan be bought with global delivery at www.skultuna.com and in Skultuna Concept Store at Grev Turegatan 18 in Stockholm.

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