Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا


Amilcal Cabral’s Distinctions

Number of visits: 399

AMILCAR CABRAL - LIFETIME DISTINCTIONS:

- Member of the Presidency of the World Peace Council
- January 1972: Awarded the Gamal Abdel Nasser Medal at the 5th conference of the Organization of Solidarity of the African and Asian Peoples.
- October 1972: Awarded Frederico Joliot-Curie Medal by the World Peace Council.
- October 1972: Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Law degree by Lincoln University, in Pennsylvania, USA.
- December 1972: Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Political and Social Sciences by the African Institute of the Academy of Science of the USSR

AMILCAR CABRAL - POSTHUMOUS DISTINCTIONS:

- January 1973: Gold Medal of Fidelity to the People by the president Ahmed Sekou Toure in the name of the Central Committee of the Democratic Party of Guine Conakry
- April 1973: Medal of the Anti-Imperialist Unity by the Democratic World Youth Federation.
- May 1973: The World Peace Council creates the Amilcar Cabral Award to recognize organizations and groups for exemplary contribution in the struggle against the colonialism and imperialism.
- May 1973: One the principal Squares in Argel, Tunisia is named Amilcar Cabral Square. In the Republic of Congo of the principal avenues is renamed Amilcar Cabral Avenue.
- May 1973: In Pavia, Italy, the Amilcar Cabral Elementary School is named in his honour
- May 1973: The Indian government creates the Amilcar Cabral Scholarship to be awarded annually to an African student, preferably a militant of a movement for African liberation or the fight against racism.
- May 1973: In Rome, Italy, the the Liberation and Development committee created the Amilcar Cabral Center of Documentation. In Sweden Centrum Amilcar Cabral, and in Washington, US, the Amilcar Cabral Institute

(Source: http://kriolu.org/history)




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