A criminologist and political scientist by training, the Belgian of Congolese origin is one of the 8 laureates selected from around the world this year.
The other winners this year are Chantal Hemerijckx (Belgium), Thao Kilbee (Vietnam, Belgium), Monique Ouassa Kouaro (Benin), Rita Ricketts (New Zealand, United Kingdom), Jamila Sedqi (Morocco) and Svetlana Spaic (Yugoslavia, Serbia, Paris).
The award ceremony will take place on Wednesday, March 2 at the Representation of the State of Hesse to the EU in Brussels and the prizes will be presented by the Vice President of the European Parliament, German MEP Nicola Beer . . .
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