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·悼彭总
·枪杆子下面
·題S君骨灰盒追記
·油油飯
·Lake Tahoe
·一生的愧疚------獻給吳爺爺的亡
·二 姨 婆
·五姨媽
·祭日
·自己的歌
·思念
·祖坟
·咏 荷 —— 答罗清和兄
·纽约问答
·日用品斷想
·等待
·全臺灣至少有一萬個人在用力寫詩的回應
·獨生子
·媽媽.我沒有紅領巾
·遥祭鲁连
·鳥語在說些什麼?
·"独生子"的对话
·不能失去自我
·我想她是舒卷的雲
·夢訪魯連居
·夜讀薛濤
·高湯:讀蔡楚詩「我想她是舒卷的雲」
·明天
·哭吴祖光、李慎之二老
·听郭生《洋菊花》
·月夜思
·己卯新秋送天一兄返美兼贈《龍門陣》數冊四首 1998年----殷明辉
·读蔡楚《我的忧伤》的断想 --陈墨
·硯冰: 讀蔡楚“我的憂傷”
·我与《野草》结缘
·思念 ●蔡 楚
·母親
·一個僑胞的話
·广场夜
·孔形拱橋
·長城浮想
·怀 秋
·回答------致诗友
·怀 秋
·如果风起
·殷明辉:酬寄蔡楚
·君山二妃庙坟
·酒愁
·水 ---台湾喜菡网站值月人献辞
·秋意
·无慧: 一生的追寻—— 蔡楚的诗——野草诗歌赏析之三
·偎依-----答台灣詩人喜菡"相信文學的心焓强梢愿糁顿艘赖?
·铁窗-----献给刘荻
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·独立笔会笔友给笔会主席刘宾雁先生的慰问信
·黄翔日命名及诗房子剪彩仪式上的英文发言稿
·Lake Tahoe
·我想她是舒卷的云
·别梦成灰(带图片)
·五姨妈(图)
·怀秋(带图片)
·偎依(带图片)
·邹洪复:诗歌写作的支点——读蔡楚先生诗歌作品随感
·赠洪复
·选择树--那些自称森林的形像﹐其实只是一株红罂粟。
·诗《我的忧伤》(配图)
·人的权利(图)
·紫红的落寞(图)
·星空(图)
·你的小姑娘闭嘴不语(图)
·象池夜月(图)
·流星的歌—致 大 海
·最初的啼叫--献给『野草』二十周年
·月夜思(图)
·关注近期一系列非正常“失踪”事件
·记梦-疑又是阿纤(图)
·呼吁中国执法机构尽快还欧阳小戎的人身自由!(图)
·花落不愁无颜色(图)
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·心境(图片)
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·再答明辉兄(图)
·高智晟律师今天上午被秘密审判
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·呼吁解除对胡佳的软禁 保障曾金燕孕期安全(图)
·我家的竹林初长成(组图)
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·飘飞的心跳-给笔会网络会议(图)
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·呼吁北京当局立即释放胡佳(图)
·龚盾:祝贺蔡楚诗选《别梦成灰》出版(图)
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十位中国作家维权人士获今年赫尔曼-哈米特奖

   [日期:2011-09-15] 来源:人权观察 作者:人权观察 [字体:大 中 小]
   
   人权观察颁发今年赫尔曼-哈米特奖获奖:包括:人权观察公布今年Hellman/Hammett 奖的获奖名单,中国有十个被迫害的作家维权人士获奖:包括:
   
   

   Du Dao Bin (China)杜导斌
   
   Fan Yan Qiong 范燕琼(China)
   
   Gao Yu (China)高瑜
   
   Guo Quan (China)郭泉
   
   Hada (China)哈达
   
   Liu Xianbin (China)刘贤斌
   
   Tan Zuoren (China)谭作人
   
   Zhu Yu Fu (China)朱虞夫Tumen Bayanmend (China)
   
   Cui Zi’en (China)
    http://www.hrw.org/news/2011/09/13/writers-honored-commitment-free-expression
   Writers Honored for Commitment to Free Expression
   48 Facing Persecution Win Hellman/Hammett Grants
   September 13, 2011
   
   (New York) – Forty-eight writers from 24 countries have received 2011 Hellman/Hammett grants for their commitment to free expression and their courage in the face of persecution, Human Rights Watch said today.
   
   The award-winners have faced persecution for their work, generally by government authorities seeking to prevent them from publishing information and opinions. Those honored include journalists, bloggers, novelists, poets, and playwrights, as well as a singer-songwriter and a cartoonist. They also represent numerous other writers worldwide whose personal and professional lives are disrupted by repressive policies to control speech and publications.
   
   “The Hellman/Hammett grants help writers who have suffered because they published information or expressed ideas that criticize or offend people in power,” said Lawrence Moss, coordinator of the Hellman/Hammett grant program at Human Rights Watch. “Many of the writers honored by these grants share a common purpose with Human Rights Watch: to protect the rights of vulnerable people by shining a light on abuses and building pressure for change.”
   
   Governments have used arbitrary arrest and detention, politically motivated criminal charges, and overbroad libel and sedition laws to try to silence this year’s Hellman/Hammett awardees. They have been harassed, threatened, assaulted, indicted, jailed on trumped-up charges, or tortured for peacefully expressing their views or informing the public. In addition to those who are directly targeted, many other writers are intimidated to practice self-censorship.
   
   Free expression is a central human right, enshrined in article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which declares that “everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” On July 21, 2011, the Human Rights Committee, the expert body established under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, reiterated the central importance of freedom of opinion and expression, stating that these freedoms “are indispensable conditions for the full development of the person. They are essential for any society. They constitute the foundation stone for every free and democratic society.”
   
   The Hellman-Hammett grants are given annually to writers around the world who have been targets of political persecution or human rights abuses. A distinguished selection committee awards the cash grants to honor and assist writers whose work and activities have been suppressed by repressive government policies.
   
   The grants are named for the American playwright Lillian Hellman and her longtime companion, the novelist Dashiell Hammett. Both were both questioned by US congressional committees about their political beliefs and affiliations during the aggressive anti-communist investigations inspired by Senator Joseph McCarthy in the 1950s. Hellman suffered professionally and had trouble finding work. Hammett spent time in prison.
   
   In 1989, the trustees appointed in Hellman's will asked Human Rights Watch to devise a program to help writers who were targeted for expressing views that their governments oppose, for criticizing government officials or actions, or for writing about subjects that their governments did not want reported.
   
   Over the past 22 years, more than 700 writers from 92 countries have received Hellman/Hammett grants of up to US$10,000 each, totaling more than $3 million. The program also gives small emergency grants to writers who have an urgent need to leave their country or who need immediate medical treatment after serving prison terms or enduring torture.
   
   Of the 48 winners this year, seven asked to remain anonymous to prevent further persecution. A list of the award-winners, including just the countries of the anonymous grantees, is below.
   
   “The compelling stories of the Hellman/Hammett winners illustrate the danger to journalists and writers around the world,” Moss said.
   
   Nominations for 2012 grants will be accepted through December 10, 2011.
   
   For information and applications, see http://www.hrw.org/hhgrants/nominations
   
   List of 2011 Hellman/Hammett grant winners
   
   Short biographies available are at: http://www.hrw.org/hellman-hammett-2011-bios
   
   Asia
   
   Anonymous (Afghanistan)
   
   Anonymous (Afghanistan)
   
   Hang Chakra (Cambodia)
   
   Venerable Luon Sovath (Cambodia)
   
   Tumen Bayanmend (China)
   
   Cui Zi’en (China)
   
   Du Dao Bin (China)
   
   Fan Yan Qiong (China)
   
   Gao Yu (China)
   
   Guo Quan (China)
   
   Hada (China)
   
   Liu Xianbin (China)
   
   Tan Zuoren (China)
   
   Zhu Yu Fu (China)
   
   Upi Asmaradhana (Indonesia)
   
   Semuel Waileruny (Indonesia)
   
   Zunar (Malaysia)
   
   Anonymous (Pakistan)
   
   Alan Shadrake (Singapore)
   
   Chiranuch Premchaiporn (Thailand)
   
   Phan Than Hai (Vietnam)
   
   Vi Duc Hoi (Vietnam)
   
   Ho Thi Bich Khuong (Vietnam)
   
   Le Tran Luat (Vietnam)
   
   Nguyen Xuan Nghia (Vietnam)
   
   Ta Phong Tan (Vietnam)
   
   Nguyen Bac Truyen (Vietnam)
   
   Cu Huy Ha Vu (Vietnam)
   
   Europe and Central Asia
   
   Nikolai Khalezin (Belarus)
(2011/09/15 发表)

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