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  1. Adolfo Pérez Esquivel by unknown, 2006-09-30
  2. The International Bill of Human Rights by Paul Williams, Adolfo Perez Esquivel, et all 1999-07
  3. Christ in a Poncho: Testimonials of the Nonviolent Struggles in Latin America by Adolfo Perez Esquivel, 1983-04
  4. Caminar... Junto a Los Pueblos (Spanish Edition) by Adolfo Prez Esquivel, Adolfo Perez Esquivel, 1998-09
  5. Diálogo insólito.(Adolfo Pérez Esquivel)(diálogo entre organizaciones de derechos humanos y oficiales de fuerzas armadas en Argentina)(investigación de ... An article from: Proceso by Marcelo Izquierdo, 2007-06-03
  6. Argentine Torture Victims: Torture Victims of the Dirty War, Jacobo Timerman, Alicia Kozameh, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Alfredo Bravo
  7. El petrimetre. (crítica a Adolfo Pérez Esquivel en España)(TT: The braggart) (TA: criticism against Adolfo Pérez Esquivel in Spain): An article from: Epoca by Alfonso Ussía, 1997-01-13
  8. Torture Victims of the Dirty War: Alicia Kozameh, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Alfredo Bravo, Alicia Partnoy, José Luis Gioja, Antonio Di Benedetto
  9. Sculpteur Argentin: Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Francesco Marino Di Teana, Lucio Fontana, Osvaldo Rodríguez, Manuel Zorrilla, Alicia Penalba (French Edition)
  10. Victims of the Dirty War: Torture Victims of the Dirty War, Alicia Kozameh, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Alfredo Bravo, Alicia Partnoy
  11. LAS IGLESIAS EVANGÉLICAS DICEN, ¡BASTA!. Consulta Latinoamericana sobre Fe, Economía y Sociedad. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 28 abril - 1 mayo 2003. Ángel Luis Rivera, ed. Adolfo Pérez Esquivel et al by No Author, 2004-01-01
  12. Guerre Sale En Argentine: Dictature Militaire En Argentine, Centre Clandestin de Détention, Mères de La Place de Mai, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel (French Edition)
  13. Personnalité Argentine: Che Guevara, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Carlos Souto, Eva Perón, Guillermo Cazenave, Monser Al Kassar, Francisco Moreno (French Edition)
  14. Hochschullehrer (Buenos Aires): J. Severino Croatto, Richard Gans, Adolfo Maria Pérez Esquivel, Franz Stephan Griese, Eliseo Verón (German Edition)

1. Adolfo Perez Esquivel Winner Of The 1980 Nobel Prize In Peace
adolfo perez esquivel, a nobel Peace Laureate, at the nobel PrizeInternet Archive. adolfo perez esquivel. 1980 nobel Peace Prize
1980 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
    Architect, sculptor and human rights leader.
    Born: 1931
    Location: Argentina
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2. Index Of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PEACE PRIZE LAUREATES. Name, Year Awarded. Addams,Jane, 1931. Ducommun, Elie, 1902. Dunant, Jean Henri, 1901. esquivel, adolfo perez,1980.
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3. - Argentine Nobel Laureate Adolfo Perez Esquivel To Speak, Lead
Argentine nobel Laureate adolfo perez Esquivelto Speak, Lead PeaceJam at Rhodes College.
ABOUT THIS SITE ABOUT LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES THE ANNAPOLIS GROUP MEMBER COLLEGES ON CAMPUS EXPERTS DATABASE TOP NEWS ON CAMPUS ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Argentine Nobel Laureate Adolfo Perez Esquivel to Speak, Lead PeaceJam at Rhodes College Attention: Education editors Advisory: Friday, April 19 Embargo: An architect, sculptor and teacher by profession, Perez Esquivel began his activism against injustice full time in Argentina during the early 1970s, when his country experienced a civil war in which terrorist organizations created an atmosphere of insecurity and fear, committing murders, bomb attacks, abductions and blackmail. Thousands of people vanished without a trace under the cover of complete silence; most were brutally treated and put to death. More information is available at Contact Information: Ginny Davis, Rhodes College Office of Communications, 901-843-3470, 843-3875; Ginny Davis, Rhodes College Office of Communications, 901-843-3470, 843-3875; Sending Institution: Rhodes College Story Date: Keywords: Education, International Affairs, University, Research

4. Ten Nobels For The Future
In 1975, adolfo perez esquivel was detained by the Brazilian military police, andagain in 1976 In 1980 he was awarded the nobel Prize for Peace for his efforts

Allais, Maurice
Economics, 1988
Altman, Sidney
Chemistry, 1989
Arber, Werner
Medicine, 1978
Arrow, Kenneth J.
Economics, 1972
Baltimore, David
Medicine, 1975
Becker, Gary S.
Economics, 1992
Black, James W.
Medicine, 1988
Brown, Lester R.

Buchanan, James M.
Economics, 1986
Charpak, Georges
Physics, 1992 Dahrendorf, Ralf Dausset, Jean Medicine, 1980 Economics, 1983 de Duve, Christian Medicine, 1974 Dulbecco, Renato Medicine, 1975 Ernst, Richard R. Chemistry, 1991 Esaki, Leo Physics, 1973 Fo, Dario Literature, 1997 Gell-Mann, Murray Physics, 1969 Glashow, Sheldon Lee Physics, 1979 Guillemin, Roger C.L. Medicine, 1977 Hoffmann, Roald Chemistry, 1981 Jacob, François Medicine, 1965 Kindermans, Jean-Marie Peace 1999 Klein, Lawrence R. Economics, 1980 Kroto, Harold W. Chemistry, 1996 Lederman, Leon M.

5. Impunidad En Argentina: Carta Abierta De Adolfo Perez Esquivel
corazones de los miembros de las Fuerzas Armadas. adolfo perez EsquivelPremio nobel de la Paz. Buenos Aires, 28 de abril de 1995.
Impunidad en Argentina:
Carta Abierta de Adolfo Perez Esquivel
Impunity in Argentina:
An open letter by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Adolfo Perez Esquivel
This letter was sent on Fri, 5 May 1995 to the mailing list by (Servicio. de Paz y Justicia) It is a transcript of an open letter written by Peace Nobel Laureate and Argentine writer, Adolfo Perez Esquivel in response to a public mea-culpa declaration of the current Argentine Chief of Staff, General Martin Balza. General Balza who didn't participate directly in the repression as he was stationed abroad during that era, called for "closing and healing the wounds" for the future of Argentina, and said that "we are almost all to blame" for what happened during the "dirty war". Esquivel responds that such declarations are a first step but are not sufficient. He point out that there was no "war" in Argentina, but rather a genocide of thousands of defenseless people. That it is impossible to pardon the military when the executive government puts itself above the law by pardoning all those who were indicted by a just judicial process. Also, he reiterates the demand to know the truth from the executive branch and the military forces: Where are the disappeared? How did they disappear? Who comitted the atrocities? Questions that are yet to be answered officially.
Carta Abierta
Sr. Teniente General Martin Balza

6. Extrait Du Témoignage Donné Adolfo Perez Esquivel, Prix Nobel De La Paix 1980,
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Colloque Gandhi

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Prix Nobel de la Paix 1980, pour le colloque Gandhi.
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"La mort attrape d'abord ceux qui courent." Lao-Tseu Ouvaton

7. Prix Nobel De La Paix Décerné à Adolfo Perez Esquivel
Prix Nobel de la Paix décerné à Adolfo Perez Esquivel
Auteur(s) : MAURY Jacques;FPF;FEDERATION PROTESTANTE DE FRANCE; Le 13 octobre 1980 Je me réjouis profondément de cette attribution.
Jacques Maury
Date de parution : 13 octobre 1980

8. Nobel Prize Winner Adolfo Perez Esquivel Wants Alternative To War Hadas Ragolsky
nobel prize winner adolfo perez esquivel wants alternative to war. HadasRagolsky / Berkeley Daily Planet 15oct01. adolfo perez esquivel
Nobel prize winner
Adolfo Perez Esquivel wants alternative to war
Hadas Ragolsky / Berkeley Daily Planet 15oct01
Adolfo Perez Esquivel, an Argentine who won the 1980 Nobel Peace Prize urged students and others who gathered to hear his lecture Wednesday afternoon at Stephens Hall in UC Berkeley to be active in seeking alternatives to war. “It’s hard to talk about peace when it seems the world is falling apart,” Esquivel said in Spanish with a translator working at his side. “Let’s be realists. We should demand the impossible. We have to make possible what seems impossible.” Esquivel, who was invited by the Center for Latin America Studies and others, was originally to give a global view of human rights but instead talked about the U.S. attacks against Afghanistan. Expressing his solidarity with the United States, Esquivel emphasized the need to reflect on the causes of this conflict. On the same day as the attacks in New York and Washington DC , 35,650 children died of hunger and nutrition. “But with that action nobody got upset,” he said. “None of the countries had moved, the [United Nations] didn’t set a resolution, the Pope didn’t say anything. What’s happening in our society, what happening to us human being?” Following his own tradition, Esquivel joined other Latin American’s Nobel Laureates earlier this week at a session of meetings with UN officials, including Secretary-General Kofi Annan and the president of the UN assembly Dr. Han Seung-Soo in New York.

9. Adolfo Perez Esquivel By Melody Lentz
unknown to most of the world stepped up to receive the nobel Peace Prize and sisterbecause they are the most beloved of God. adolfo perez esquivel worked for
Adolfo Perez Esquivel
by Melody Lentz
    "To create this new society, we must present outstretched and friendly hands, without hatred and rancor, even as we show great determination and never waver in the defense of truth and justice. Because we know that we cannot sow seeds with clenched fists. To sow we must open our hands."
On October 13, 1980 a man unknown to most of the world stepped up to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. He received it "in the name of the poorest and smallest of my brothers and sister because they are the most beloved of God." Adolfo Perez Esquivel worked for peace in Latin America for years by coordinating nonviolent groups to work together toward common goals. A sculptor and painter by profession, Esquivel, from Argentina, became active in Latin America nonviolence movements in the 1960s and 1970s. As a child, he admired peace heroes like Mahatama Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. As an adult, he desired to put his faith into action as he had seen these men do. In the early 1970s, he traveled to Ecuador, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, and Honduras to work for peace with local movements, often aiding poor peasants in their struggles against the large landowners. In 1976, he was arrested in Ecuador and expelled from the country during a pilgrimage across Latin America. He was arrested again on April 4, 1977 in Argentina, where he was detained for fourteen months without a trial and was subjected to psychological and physical torture.

10. Adolfo Perez Esquivel
It is in this spirit that the nobel Peace Prize winners, together with the DirectorGeneralof UNESCO, Federico Mayor, have launched an Appeal for the Children
Despite the inequalities, human beings and the community of nations have managed to develop a certain awareness and codes of conduct (thanks to education and participation in national and international affairs), proclaiming human rights as fundamental for the life and development of all peoples. Fifty years after the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it is essential to strengthen ties between human beings so that we can confirm the values of the life and dignity of individuals and peoples.
The learning process has been difficult and painful but also full of hope. There has been some progress but there is still a lot of work to do before people can take control of their own lives and history. Those who remain mere spectators are those who are most likely to suffer the consequences of violence and injustice.
As we approach the third millennium, it is time to reassess and to explore further the notions of human rights and democracy as indivisible values. If human rights are violated, democracy is weakened and falls into the hands of authoritarian governments or dictatorships.
Education for peace and for human rights is a prerequisite for the development of social conscience and responsibility, the respect of others and a culture of solidarity. Primary and secondary schools, as well as universities, must develop study programmes that include education in human rights.

11. Adolfo Perez Esquivel
Translate this page Dans cet esprit, les Prix nobel de la paix, conjointement avec le Directeur généralFederico Mayor, ont lancé un appel (aux chefs d’États de tous les

12. Center For Latin American Studies At UC Berkeley
adolfo perez esquivel 1980 nobel Peace Prize Laureate. A Global Viewof Human Rights Wednesday, October 10, 2001. adolfo perez esquivel.
Adolfo Perez Esquivel
1980 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate "A Global View of Human Rights"
Wednesday, October 10, 2001
Adolfo Perez Esquivel Nobel Laureate Adolfo Perez Esquivel Condemns Economic Terrorism
by Thad Dunning, Department of Political Science On October 10th, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Adolfo Perez Esquivel spoke to an audience of over one hundred people in UC Berkeley’s Stephens Hall. He discussed the causes and consequences of global conflict and criticized the toll of what he termed "economic terrorism" on human rights and national sovereignty around the world. "When we look at the 'silent bomb' of hunger and poverty, we have to understand this as a form of terrorism," said Perez Esquivel, an Argentine who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1980 for his work with the organization, Servicio Paz y Justicia . "One thing is clear: war will not bring about a change," he said. Reflecting on the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on September 11th, Perez Esquivel delivered a message that was both compassionate and critical. "We (in Latin America) know and understand your suffering and pain, because we have also survived and struggled," he said. In 1977 Esquivel had the experience of being detained and held without charges for fourteen months by the Argentine military dictatorship.

13. Center For Latin American Studies At UC Berkeley
adolfo perez esquivel, 1980 nobel Peace Prize Laureate A Global View of HumanRights . adolfo perez esquivel was awarded the nobel Peace Prize in 1980.
Fall 2001 Program of Events September October November December Series
Development, Labor Standards, and Economic Integration in the Americas
Enrique de la Garza
"New Directions for Union Organizing in Mexico"
Enrique de la Garza, CLAS Visiting Scholar for the 2001-02 academic year, is a professor of Sociology from the Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana (Iztapalapa). He is the author of Cambio en las Relaciones Laborales (1999) and Tratado Latinamericano de Sociologia del Trabajo Friday, September 28, 4:00 pm
CLAS Conference Room, 2334 Bowditch Street
Analysis and commentary for this event Alan Knight
"The U.S. and Latin America: Does Culture Really Matter?"
Alan Knight is a professor of History and Director of the Centre for Latin American Studies at Oxford University. He is a scholar of modern history and politics in Latin America, especially Mexico. His research interests include revolutions, state-building and peasant movements, and British-U.S. relations with Latin America. Tuesday, October 2, 4:00 pm

14. Whole World Feels Effect Of US Intent, Activist Says
that even before a war has started its repercussions are being felt in every cornerof the world, says nobel Peace Prize laureate adolfo perez esquivel.
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Published on Friday, March 14, 2003 by the Whole World Feels Effect of US Intent, Activist Says
The chief threat to the world today is not Iraq, but the United States, Argentine activist says
by Timothy Appleby
The Bush administration's drive to oust Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein is so aggressive that even before a war has started its repercussions are being felt in every corner of the world, says Nobel Peace Prize laureate Adolfo Perez Esquivel.
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Adolfo Perez Esquivel listens to a discussion titled: "A world without wars is possible" during the World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2002. (AP Photo/Douglas Engle)
Mr. Perez Esquivel, a native of Buenos Aires, is an architect, sculptor and teacher. He won the 1980 prize for his resistance to Argentina's Dirty War against leftist rebels. Imprisoned and tortured, he was freed with help from Amnesty International and the Pope. At 71, he leads the Latin American human-rights group Servicio, Paz y Justicia, and travels widely on behalf of the antiwar movement. He has been in Toronto and Ottawa under the auspices of the church group KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives. After visiting Iraq last year for a firsthand look at what 12 years of sanctions and U.S. bombing attacks have done to its battered infrastructure, Mr. Perez Esquivel scoffed at the notion that Iraq poses any significant threat.

15. Adolfo Perez Esquivel
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16. Gleitsman Foundation
adolfo perez esquivel was awarded the nobel Peace Prize in 1980 and still a leadinghuman rights crusader, he continues to serve as Secretary General of the
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Fang Lizhi was the leading proponent for reform and human rights in China in the 1980's. Blacklisted as a dissident "spirit of democracy", he called for amnesty for political prisoners in 1989 and was blamed for inspiring the demonstrations in Tiananmen Square. Charged with treason, he took asylum in the US Embassy in Beijing and was able to emigrate to the United States in 1990. A distinguished astrophysicist, he has published more than one hundred and eighty scientific articles and is the author, coauthor and/or editor of twenty-three books. He is currently a Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Arizona in Tucson. MAIREAD CORRIGAN MAGUIRE
Mairead Corrigan Maguire has dedicated her life to promoting peaceful resolution of the conflict in Northern Ireland. When violence caused the death of three children in her family, she determined to fight to end the senseless violence and co-founded the Community for Peace People. After receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976, she has continued to work tirelessly with grassroots community groups throughout her country, as well as with political and church leaders at home and abroad, seeking to promote dialogue between the two deeply divided communities. A powerful speaker, she has traveled throughout the world to share her message of peace and nonviolence.

17. Sumario Noviembre
Translate this page El galardón de la Paz, una sorpresa para la dictadura militar adolfo perez esquivel,EL nobel IGNORADO En 1980 una inesperada cachetada sacudió al régimen noviembre 2000.htm
Noviembre de 2000
Número El primer Nobel argentino

Alejandro Olmos Gaona relata el nudo de intrigas y presiones diplomáticas que sirvieron a Carlos Saavedra Lamas para la obtención de su renombrado Premio Nobel en 1935. FOTO DE TAPA:
El galardón de la Paz, una sorpresa para la dictadura militar

En 1980 una inesperada cachetada sacudió al régimen militar: un luchador de los derechos humanos, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, había obtenido el Premio Nobel de la Paz . El mal humor del régimen militar y el regocijo de la mayoría del pueblo,constituyen el materia de la nota que Oscar L. Arias González. Científicos argentinos galardonados por la Academia Sueca

Tres investigadores argentinos, Bernardo Houssay, Luis Federico Leloir y César Milstein, ganaron en su momento el Premio Nobel por sus trabajos científicos. Salvo el preimero, que fue ignorado por el gobierno peronista, los dos restantes dieron a los argentinos la alegría de esta consagración a trabajos serios y sostenidos. El recuerdo es de Enrique D. Bassi. Patrimonio de la Humanidad
La UNESCO ha reconocido las estancias creadas por la Compañía de Jesús en Córdoba como patrimonio de la humanidad .La historia de estas explotaciones que sirvieron para la formación de las primeras universidades es recordada por Carlos Page.

18. Indymedia Germany | Letter To Bush By Adolfo Esquivel | 13.04.2003 03:27
destruction and death. You speak of human rights, violating them systematically. adolfo perez esquivel is a nobel Prize Winner.
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Adolfo Perez Esquivel is a Nobel Prize Winner.
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Letter to Bush - stop the massacre
Mr. President of the United States of North America George W. Bush I don?t know if you will read this letter, not because it won?t reach you, but because you are incapable of reading it, because your heart is hardened by hate and fear, because you don?t have the capacity or courage to open your mind and spirit to compassion. In spite of all this, I?m not able to stop it from being sent to you, because if you don?t read it, I?m sure that many men and women will read it, those who asked that you might desist from the massacre against the Iraqi people.
When you yourself decided the invasion of Iraq, in spite of the opposition of the people of the world, you did not listen to their protests: ?No to war! Yes to peace!?, closing your ears and your heart when the United Nations, the churches, the humanitarian and human rights organizations, protested once again that the rule of law and the consideration of the people ought to rule. You weren?t disposed to hear them.
I expressed to you in another letter not to challenge God, not to construct the tower of Babel from mercilessness and hate, not to let yourself be dominated by ambitions of power to impose your political, economic and military interests. I said to you, reflect, because as you sow, so shall you reap. Lamentably, you don?t know how to honor life, you have profoundly endangered all of humanity and your own people. You will win battles with your imperial army and those of your allies, will be able to demonstrate the power of arms and the high technology of death, but nothing of this gives you the reason.

19. Denver Catholic Register - Local News
adolfo perez esquivel, the 1980 nobel Peace Prize winner, stood silent and smilingas 400 teenagers greeted him with a standing ovation and raucous cheers at
Archbishop's web site Denver Catholic Register Parishes Catholic Pastoral Center February 28, 2001
Nobel laureate encourages human rights work
Peace begins `in our own individual's hearts,' Adolfo Perez Esquivel tells youth By Alwen Bledsoe Adolfo Perez Esquivel, the 1980 Nobel Peace Prize winner, stood silent and smiling as 400 teenagers greeted him with a standing ovation and raucous cheers at Regis University Feb. 24. Esquivel led the teens in a PeaceJam conference at the university over the weekend, addressing them on the subject of "Human Rights and Justice for All." PeaceJam, an international organization founded in Denver in 1996 by Dawn Engel and Ivan Suvanjieff with input from the Dalai Lama, brings together high school students and Nobel Peace laureates to discuss and practice peacemaking skills. They apply the skills they acquire via community projects, which in the past have addressed issues such as AIDS, family violence and homelessness. Originally a well-known sculptor and professor of architecture in Argentina, Adolfo Perez Esquivel was awarded the Nobel Prize for his human rights work during Argentina's "Dirty War," which lasted from 1976-1983. In 1974 Esquivel became secretary-general of the group Servicio Paz y Justicia (Service for Peace and Justice) which organized and consolidated the efforts of numerous non-violent human rights groups throughout Latin America. Arrested in 1977, Esquivel was imprisoned and tortured for 14 months before international pressure became so great that he was freed.

Translate this page HISPANIC nobel PRICES. ALEIXANDRE, Vicente, Spain, Literature, 1977. PAZ, Octavio,México, Literature, 1990 perez esquivel, adolfo, Argentina, Peace, 1980.
ALEIXANDRE, Vicente , Spain, Literature, 1977.
ARIAS, Oscar
, Costa Rica, Peace, 1987
ASTURIAS, Miguel Angel
, Guatemala, Literature, 1967.
, Venezuela, Medicine and Physiology, 1980
BENAVENTE y Martínez, Jacinto
, Spain, Literature, 1922
CELA, Camilo José
, Spain, Literature, 1989
, Spain, Literature, 1901.
, Colombia, Literature, 1982.
, México, Peace, 1982.
HOUSSAY, Bernardo
, Argentina, Medicine and Physiology, 1917.
JIMENEZ, Juan Ramón
, Spain, Literature, 1956 LELOIR, Luis Federico , Argentina, Chemistry, 1970. MENCHU, Rigoberta, Guatemala, Paz, 1991 MILSTEIN, César , Argentina, Medicine and Physiology, 1980. MISTRAL, Gabriela (Godoy y Alcayaga, Lucila), Chile, Literature, 1945. MOLINA, Mario , México, Chemistry, 1995. NERUDA, Pablo (Ricardo E. Neftalí Reyes y Basoalto), Chile, Literature, 1971. OCHOA, Severo , Spain, Medicine and Physiology, 1959. PAZ, Octavio , México, Literature, 1990 PEREZ ESQUIVEL, Adolfo , Argentina, Peace, 1980. RAMON Y CAJAL, Santiago

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