SAKHAROV PRIZE 1988-2011 - Archives updated

Type: Archives   Reference: 87270   Duration: 00:16:15  Lieu: European Parliament , Strasbourg, EP
End production: 24/09/2012   First transmission: 25/09/2012
Stockshots of the Sakharov prize winners and Sakharov ceremony awards at the European Parliament from 1988 to 2011.

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TIME DESCRIPTION DURATION
00:00:00 Title 00:00:05
00:00:05 Exhibition on Andreï Sakharov, Andreï Sakharov Foundation Moscow (5 shots) 00:00:22
00:00:27 Elena BONNER wife of Andrei Sakharov, visitors' gallery European Parliament, Strasbourg, 1993 Sakharov prize 00:00:11
00:00:38 1988 - Nelson MANDELA 00:00:17
00:00:55 Anatoli MARCHENKO (posthumous award) 00:00:11
00:01:06 1989 - Alexander DUBCEK 00:00:19
00:01:25 1990 - Aung SAN SUU KYI 00:00:27
00:01:52 1991 - Adem DEMAÇI 00:00:23
00:02:15 1992 - LAS MADRES DE LA PLAZA DE MAYO 00:00:26
00:02:41 1993 - OSLOBODJENJE 00:00:11
00:02:52 1994 - Talisma NASREEN 00:00:19
00:03:11 1995 - Leyla ZANA 00:00:19
00:03:30 1996 - WEI JINGSHENG 00:00:24
00:03:54 1997 - Salima GHEZALI 00:00:16
00:04:10 1998 - Ibrahim RUGOVA 00:00:25
00:04:35 1999 - Xanana GUSMÃO 00:00:15
00:04:50 2000 - ¡BASTA YA! 00:00:30
00:05:20 2001 - Nurit PELED-ELHANAN / Izzat GHAZZAWI / Dom Zacarias KAMWENHO 00:00:32
00:05:52 2002 - Oswaldo José PAYÁ SARDIÑAS 00:00:25
00:06:17 2003 - Kofi ANNAN (UN) 00:00:20
00:06:37 2004 - Zhanna LITVINA (Belarusian Association of Journalists) 00:00:21
00:06:58 2005 - Ladies in White, Hauwa IBRAHIM, Reporters Without Frontiers 00:00:18
00:07:16 2006 - Alexander Milinkievich 00:00:24
00:07:40 2007 - Salih Mahmoud Osman 00:00:04
00:07:44 2008 - Hu JIA / 20th Anniversary of the Sakharov Prize, laureates attending the Extraordinary Session. Speech by Hans-Gert POETTERING, EP President - Empty chair foreseen for the Laureat Hu Jia, applause 00:01:11
00:08:55 2009 - Memorial. Speech by EP president Jerzy BUZEK 00:01:30
00:10:25 2010 - Guillermo FARINAS 00:01:15
00:11:40 Soundbite Jerzy BUZEZ, EP President (in English): I am honoured to award the European Parliament's Sakharov Prize for the Freedom of Thought in 2011 to five courageous women and men who represent the Arab Spring. " "In order to honour and remember Mr Bouazizi and all those who lost their lives in the struggle for freedom and dignity in the Arab World, I would like to ask all of you to stand and observe a minute of silence." 00:00:50
00:12:30 Soundbite Jerzy BUZEK, EP President (in English): "Asmaa Mahfouz who mobilized Egyptians to go out to Tahrir Square and demand their rights." 00:00:10
00:12:40 SOUNDBITE (Arabic): Asmaa MAHFOUZ, (Egypt): "This is a price that goes out to all young Egyptians, people that have sacrificed their lives, they have been more courageous then I have. They have sacrificed theirs lives in the name of liberty for everybody." 00:00:13
00:12:53 Applauses 00:00:25
00:13:18 SOUNDBITE Jerzy BUZEK, EP President (in English): "Sakharov laureate Razan Zaitouneh is forced to live in hiding. But she continues to denounce on her blog human rights violations committed by the Syrian forces. We commend her exceptional courage." 00:00:31
00:13:49 SOUNDBITE Jerzy BUZEK, EP President (in English): "Sakharov laureate Razan Zaitouneh is forced to live in hiding. But she continues to denounce on her blog human rights violations committed by the Syrian forces. We commend her exceptional courage." 00:00:15
00:14:04 SOUNDBITE (Arabic): Ahmed EL SENUSSI (Libya): "It was these years of years of dictatorship which eventually led young people to lay down their lives to shed their blood even though they had no weapons, the only weapon they that they had was the commitment, the conviction and that's what won out in the end thanks to the support from the International community and this European Parliament. " 00:00:36
00:14:40 SOUNDBITE (English): Jerzy BUZEK, (EPP, PL), European Parliament President: (Award speech on Mr Farzat, from Syria) Through his creativity and courage his cartoons have pushed the boundaries of freedom of expression in Syria and the entire Arab world. 00:00:10
00:14:50 VIDEO MESSAGE: SOUNDBITE (Arabic): Ali FERZAT (Syria): "Although I'm suffering and I am seeing all these terrible things happening in Syria, with every minute that passes the number of victims increases and that makes me extremely bitter and very sad, so my thoughts go out to the victims. " 00:00:32
00:15:22 Ceremony of giving the award to Ms MAHFOUZ and Mr EL SENUSSI in presence of Catherine ASHTON 00:00:53
00:16:15 END 00:00:00
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