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Bangladeshi wins children's prize for fighting cyberbullying
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15 November 2020
On 15 November 2020 The Associated Press reported:
A 17-year-old Bangladeshi boy won the International Children's Peace Prize on Friday [13 November] for his work combating cyberbullying in his country, and he vowed to keep fighting online abuse until it is eradicated. Sadat Rahman was handed the prestigious award at a ceremony in The Hague.
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The award is accompanied by a fund of 100,000 euros ($118,225), which is invested by the KidsRights Foundation in projects that are closely linked to the winner's work.
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