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György Ehrlich

György Ehrlich

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Birth 11 May 1977
Star sign TaurusTaurus
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The Buber-Rosenzweig-Medaille is an annual prize awarded since 1968 by the Deutscher Koordinierungsrat der Gesellschaften für Christlich-Jüdische Zusammenarbeit (DKR; German Coordinating Council of Societies for Christian-Jewish Cooperation) to individuals, initiatives, or institutions, which have actively contributed to Christian–Jewish understanding. Forty-four different societies belong to the DKR. The name of the prize honors the memory of the Austrian-Jewish philosopher, translator, and educator Martin Buber (1878–1965) and the German-Jewish theologian Franz Rosenzweig (1886–1929). In its inaugural year, the prize was granted to both the historian Friedrich Heer (Gottes erste Liebe; God's First Love) and the Protestant theologian Friedrich-Wilhelm Marquardt (Die Entdeckung des Judentums für die christliche Theologie: Israel im Denken Karl Barths; The Discovery of Judaism for Christian Theology: Israel in the Thought of Karl Barths).

Recipients

  • 1968 Friedrich Heer, Vienna / Friedrich-Wilhelm Marquardt, Berlin
  • 1969 Ernst Simon, Jerusalem
  • 1970 Eva Gabriele Reichmann, London / Rabbi Robert Raphael Geis, Düsseldorf
  • 1971 Bishop Kurt Scharf, Berlin
  • 1972 Monsignor Antonius Cornelis Ramselaar, Utrecht
  • 1973 Helmut Gollwitzer, Berlin
  • 1974 Hans G. Adler, London
  • 1975 Archbishop George Appleton, Jerusalem and Wantage / Abbot Laurentius Klein, Jerusalem
  • 1976 Ernst-Ludwig Ehrlich, Basel
  • 1977 Friedrich Dürrenmatt
  • 1978 Grete Schaeder, Göttingen / Albrecht Goes, Stuttgart
  • 1979 Manès Sperber, Paris / James Parkes, Southampton
  • 1980 Eugen Kogon, Königstein / Gertrud Luckner, Freiburg im Breisgau
  • 1981 Isaac Bashevis Singer, New York
  • 1982 Schalom Ben-Chorin, Jerusalem
  • 1983 Helene Jacobs, Berlin
  • 1984 Siegfried Theodor Arndt, Leipzig / Helmut Eschwege, Dresden
  • 1985 Franz Mußner, Passau
  • 1986 Heinz Kremers, Duisburg
  • 1987 Neve Shalom, Israel
  • 1988 Israel Studies Working Group
  • 1989 Yehudi Menuhin
  • 1990 Charlotte Petersen, Dillenburg
  • 1991 Leo Baeck Education Center, Haifa
  • 1992 Hildegard Hamm-Brücher, Munich / Annemarie Renger, Bonn
  • 1993 Aktion Sühnezeichen Friedensdienste (ASF) (Action Reconciliation/Service For Peace, ARSP)
  • 1994 Jakob Petuchowski, Cincinnati) / Clemens Thoma, Lucerne)
  • 1995 Richard von Weizsäcker, Berlin
  • 1996 Franklin Hamlin Littell, United States / Joseph Walk, Jerusalem
  • 1997 Hans Koschnick
  • 1998 Leah Rabin
  • 1999 Archbishop Henryk Muszyński, Gniezno
  • 2000 Johannes Rau
  • 2001 Schule ohne Rassismus - Schule mit Courage (School without Racism - School with Courage)
  • 2002 Edna Brocke, Essen / Rolf Rendtorff, Karben / Johann Baptist Metz, Münster
  • 2003 Joschka Fischer
  • 2004 Daniel Barenboim
  • 2005 Peter von der Osten-Sacken
  • 2006 Leon de Winter and the Show Your Face! Association
  • 2007 Esther Schapira and Georg M. Hafner
  • 2008 Stef Wertheimer
  • 2009 Erich Zenger
  • 2010 Daniel Libeskind
  • 2011 Navid Kermani
  • 2012 Nikolaus Schneider
  • 2013 Mirjam Pressler, Landshut / Fritz-Bauer-Institut, Frankfurt a.M.
  • 2014 Gyorgy Konrád, Budapest
  • 2015 Hanspeter Heinz, Augsburg / Gesprächskreis "Juden und Christen" beim

Zentralkomitee der deutschen Katholiken, Bonn

  • 2016 Micha Brumlik
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