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JPP's Sarah Belal wins Franco-Germany Human Rights Prize 2016

In a rite being held in Berlin, Germany on Dec 1,Justice Challenge Pakistan’s Government Director Sarah Belal will probably be awarded the inaugural Franco-German Prize for Human Rights and the Rule of Regulation.

The prize is being collectively awarded via the governments of France and Germany.

The award will pass to international human rights activists who’ve fought for the right kind observance of rule of regulation of their respective nations.

Belal is being recognised for “many times [igniting] debates concerning the Pakistani justice device, each in the community and across the world”.

“Thru her many actions, Sarah Belal has transform a part of a world community of criminal mavens and investigators who recommend for sufferers of serious human rights violations.”

Belal based the JPP in 2009 to shield the rights of probably the most prone Pakistani prisoners dealing with the most harsh punishments.

16 human rights activists from all over the place the arena shall be awarded the prize this yr.

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