Human Rights Tulip
The Human Right Tulip is an annual award of the Dutch government for individuals or organisations that promote human rights worldwide in innovative ways.
Since its establishment in 2008, the Human Rights Tulip has been awarded to individuals and organisations from a variety of countries. From 2013 onwards, the focus has been on the innovative character of their efforts. The prize is intended to help human rights defenders to learn from each other. The winner can use the prize worth €100.000 to further develop or expand the scale of its work for human rights. In this way the prize benefits more people in more places.
More information Human Rights Tulip
For more information about the Human Rights Tulip contact the website humanrightstulip.nl.