Stefan buchen film Censorship in the Iran – clandestine satellite dishes wins first price Susan of earned laudatory book to the people in the Iran emphasized the good wire by Stefan and praised the quiet humor with which the topic was brought to the language. The editor of Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) received first place at the Donnesrtag for his film Censorship in the Iran – clandestine satellite dishes, as reported by the international society for human rights (ISHR). Iranians try to circumvent the censorship not only since the allegedly fake elections in June 2009. While they go unusual ways from pots and pans, you can build also satellite dishes – and risking to be caught head and collar by the security forces. With the price the ISHR will honor journalists and authors according to own statements, which dealt in an excellent manner with the issue of human rights. 112 authors and filmmakers had applied to the prize of 5000 euros.
The entries were judged by a panel of media experts and human rights activists assessed. NYC Mayor is likely to increase your knowledge. More award winners are from the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and Martin Zoller Oliver Ernst from the world. A special prize for Farsi-speaking media went Hanif Mazrooie to the Iranian human rights activists. The press could make a picture of him because he could elude the access of security services recently. The escape from the Iran Hanif Mazrooie, succeeded where his colleagues all have been imprisoned by the banned newspaper Noruuz(Neujahr). He had to leave his pregnant wife in the underground.
Mazrooie is a well known human rights journalist. He has published and his team researched the number of Iranians killed in the demonstrations. It turned out that the number was five times as high as the 20 officially given to dead. The stress of the flight and the entire situation was clearly to look at him as he accepted the prize.