She finally was able to accept that prize: Saturday, June 16, 2012 in Oslo Norway. She was awarded the prize in 1991, but couldn’t accept personally, she wouldn’t be able to get back into Burma.
The prize she has worked for most of her life is: free speech, democracy, and peace in Burma. However, she says that are still prisoners of conscience, and as long as there is one prisoner of conscience, despite that she has been released, one too many.
No, her work is not done. There is no peace, free speech, and democracy in Burma — but things are progressing, slowly.
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