Gandhi ráfibálkkašupmi

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Gandhi rikkaidgaskásaš ráfibálkkašupmi (eaŋgalasgillii: International Gandhi Peace Prize) lea intialaš ráfibálkkašupmi man India ráđđehus addá olbmuide dahje organisašuvnnaide geat rahčet ii-veahkaválddálaččat sosiála, ekonomalaš dahje politihkalaš rievdadusaid geažil[1].

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Jahki Namma (namat) Riika dahje organisašuvdna
1995 Julius Nyerere cropped.jpg Julius Nyerere [2][3] Tansania
1996 Dr Ariyaratne meeting with leaders in the North.jpg A. T. Ariyaratne [2] Sri Lanka
1997 Gerhard Fischer[4][2] Duiska
1998 Ramakrishna Mission[2][3] India
1999 Baba Amte[5][2][3] India
2000 Nelson Mandela-2008 (edit).jpg Nelson Mandela[2][3] Lulli-Afrihká
Grameen Bank [3] Bangladesh
2001 John Hume 2008.jpg John Hume[1][2] Davvi-Irlánda
2002 Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan[2][3] India
2003 Václav Havel 2008.jpg Václav Havel[2][3] Čekkia dásseváldi
2004 Corettascottking.jpg Coretta Scott King Amerihká ovttastuvvan stáhtat
2005 DesmondTutuDec10.jpg Desmond Tutu [2][3][6] Lulli-Afrihká
2013 Chandi prasad bhatt 1.jpg Chandi Prasad Bhatt India
2014 Indian Space Research Organisation Logo.svg ISRO[3] India

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  1. 1,0 1,1 Gandhi Peace Prize 06.02.2002: Press Information Bureau Website. Čujuhuvvon 08.10.2017. (eaŋgalsgillii)
  2. 2,0 2,1 2,2 2,3 2,4 2,5 2,6 2,7 2,8 2,9 President Kalam Confers Gandhi Peace prize 2005 on Archbishop Desmond Tutu 31 January 2007: Press Information Bureau, Ministry of Culture. Čujuhuvvon 08.10.2017. (eaŋgalsgillii)
  3. 3,0 3,1 3,2 3,3 3,4 3,5 3,6 3,7 3,8 ISRO gets Gandhi Peace Prize for 2014: Press Information Bureau, Government of India. Čujuhuvvon 08.10.2017. (eaŋgalsgillii)
  4. Gerhard Fischer passes away 5 July 2006: The Hindu. Čujuhuvvon 08.10.2017. (eaŋgalsgillii)
  5. Narmada.org Retrieved 4 November 2006.
  6. Tutu to be honoured with Gandhi Peace Award 03 October 2006: Mail&Guardian. Čujuhuvvon 08.10.2017. (eaŋgalsgillii)