Anne Klein Women’s Award

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Nomarussia Bonase

By honouring Nomarussia Bonase with this award, the jury of the Anne Klein Women’s Award 2017 acclaims the work and commitment of a South African activist who tirelessly advocates for women’s rights, gender democracy, reparation and reconciliation. Nomarussia Bonase is a role model to many.

Nomarussia Bonase
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Nomarussia Bonase was born in 1966 in Apartheid South Africa. Early on, her struggle for equal rights begins. Later she joins the Khulumani Support Group founded by women. A portrait of the winner of the Anne-Klein-Women’s-Award 2017.

With its Anne Klein Women’s Award, the Heinrich Böll Foundation honours women who courageously and perseveringly advocate human rights, equality and sexual self-determination. We invite you to nominate candidates for the 2017 Anne Klein Women’s Award.

Trophy with woman character / Venus symbol

We invite you to nominate candidates for the 2016 Anne Klein Women’s award. It honours women who courageously and perseveringly advocate human rights, equality and sexual self-determination.