Yes, the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship is accepting nominations for International Human Rights Award to recognize the work of foreign institutions and/or individuals residing abroad in the promotion and protection of Human Rights.
In order to receive the Mignone Award, an invitation will be sent to the winning individual or to a representative of the winning organization to visit the Argentine Republic for a week.
This includes economy class flight tickets from their place of residence, accommodation, and a per diem. During their visit to the city of Buenos Aires, the winner will take part in various meetings and activities with government institutions, human rights organizations, academic institutions, the press, etc. The schedule will be agreed upon with the winner based on their specific area of expertise.
The award ceremony will be held, if possible, on 10 December, on the Human Rights Day, designated to commemorate the day in which the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.
The Award is given every year at a ceremony presided over by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and attended by officials from the Argentine Secretariat for Human Rights, CELS representatives and the Mignone family. The award ceremony is also attended by government officials, members of human rights organizations, members of the diplomatic corps accredited to Argentina, and the general public.
The Argentine Republic invites foreign institutions and/or individuals residing abroad that are engaged in the promotion and protection of Human Rights in their respective countries to submit nominations for the 2021 Edition of the Emilio F. Mignone International Human Rights Award.
The deadline for submitting the nominations is 25-Oct-21.