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History:

Chinese Democratic Education Foundation (CDEF) is a non-profit private organization registered in California, United States of America, Founded by Frank K. Wong in 1985. The headquartered is located in San Francisco. All members of CDEF are volunteers. The CDEF has established The Outstanding Contribution Prize for Democracy of China in 1986, which is an annual international award in recognition of individuals and/or organizations have outstanding contributions of promoting the prosperity and progress of Chinese society for democracy, freedom and human rights. Since it established in 1986, the prize has been awarded annually, and has happened 27 times so far. 

 

 

Financial resources:

Chinese Democratic Education Foundation (CDEF) is a non-profit private organization. The major financial supports come from the board members and volunteers of the CDEF. The CDEF is also accepted donations from individuals from public. The CDEF does not accept any financial support or donations from any government and political related organizations. The amount of The Outstanding Contribution Prize for Democracy of China is depends on the foundation financial resources of each year.

 

 

Volunteers:

CDEF needs voluteers in both local and global to help promoting Chinese society for democracy, freedom and human rights. You are welcome to send email to: CDEFinfo@gmail.com 

 

 

Every dollar of your donations will be a great help:

ONLINE DONATION

or send check to:

Chinese Democratic Education Foundation26720 Patrick AVE, Hayward, CA 94544


SPEAK OUT THE TRUTH,REFUSE TO GIVEUP

The Memorail of 27th Anniversry "June-Fotrth" Beijing Tian-An-Men Massacre

June 4, 2016, San Francisco


 

Liu Xiaobo (Chinese: 刘晓波) is a Chinese literary critic, writer, professor, and human rights activist who called for political and constitutional reforms, and the end of communist single-party rule. In recognition of his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China,CDEF awarded him the 17th Outstanding Contribution Prize for Democracy in 2002, the Nobel Committee also awarded him the Nobel Peace Prize in Octber 2010.
 
Mr. Liu Xiaobo's acceptance speech of the 17th Outstanding Contribution Prize for Democracy in 2002-- [To defeat lies using truth]

 

 

The Outstanding Contribution Prize for Democracy of China

- An annual international award in recognition of individuals and/or organizations have outstanding contributions of promoting the prosperity and progress of Chinese society for democracy, freedom and human rights, including cash bonus and metal. 

Nominations:

The nomination is open to public. The nominee list  is collected by the CDEF board from over 1000 individuals of all over the world. These individuals are often Chinese social workers and activists.

Selection:

Reflecting the public nomination, the CDEF board then prepares a report and the list of preliminary candidates to the advisory committee. The final winners are selected directly from the vote of advisory committee. The individuals of the advisory committee are experts, academics, researchers and lawyers with high reputation in general public, along with the former prize owners. The CDEF board members do not have the selection voting rights.
 

Award Ceremony:

 
The winner of the prize is announced before the ceremony and presented in media. The ceremony is held in San Francisco bay area and open to pubic. Along with the ceremony, a recipient’s lecture and Chinese democracy conference are presented as well.   
 

 

 

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