World in Stockholm, Annie Ernaux, Nobel Prize for literature, warns against an “withdrawal ideology”
Nobel Peace laureate calls for weapons to free Ukraine
In an unusual move for a Nobel Peace laureate, the head of one of this year's prizewinning organisations on Monday called for weapons to help Ukraine defend itself and stop the atrocities. "Now I have no legal instrument which can stop Russian atrocities because Russia publicly ignores international law and all decisions of international organisations," the 39-year-old said."When somebody asks me how to stop these long-lasting crimes in occupied territories, I can only answer: 'Provide Ukraine with weapons to liberate these territories'," Ukrainian Oleksandra Matviichuk, a human rights lawyer who heads the Kyiv-based Center for Civil Liberties, told AFP in Stockholm.
The French writer held a conference in Stockholm, where she will receive the Nobel Prize in literature. She warned against an "withdrawal ideology" which is spreading according to her in Europe.
Thewarned Wednesday December 7 against an "withdrawal ideology" which is spreading according to her in Europe, seeking to exclude the lowest from the company and to limit the rights women.
"There is in Europe - still masked by the violence of an imperialist war waged by the dictator at the head of Russia - the rise of an ideology of withdrawal and closure, which spreads and wins continuously in the field in Until now democratic European countries, ”, she said at her Nobel conference in Stockholm, before receiving his distinction during the awards ceremony gala on Saturday.
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"Based on the exclusion of foreigners and immigrants, the abandonment of economically weak, on the surveillance of the body of women, it imposes on me, as well as all those for whom the value of a human being is The same, always and everywhere, a duty of vigilance ”, she added."Thinking differently" Figure of feminism,
Annie Ernaux was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature 2022His writings, strongly inspired by his personal class and gender experiences, take a critical look at social structures. The writer also mentioned the protests in Iran who broke out in mid-September after the death of Mahsa Amini, arrested in Tehran by the moral police. "Courage and clinical acuity with which she discovers the roots, distance and collective constraints of memory Personal ”, explained the jury.
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The Nobel winner explained that she had started to write on her personal experiences because
"A book can help change personal life, to break the loneliness of things suffered and buried, to think about being differently" , Adding that " when the inexpressible comes to day, it's political" ."Signal of justice and hope"
"We see it today with the revolt of these women who have found the words to upset the male power and have raised themselves as in Iran, against its most violent form and the more archaic. "Having
" Growing up in the generation of the post-world war ", it underlines " that it went without saying that writers and intellectuals position themselves in relation to the politics of France and S ' involve in social struggles ”.
"In the current world, where the multiplicity of information sources, the speed of replacing the images by others, accustomed to a form of indifference, focusing on your art is a temptation" , She, hoping that her Nobel Prize be an "Signal of justice and hope for all writers" , whose "legitimacy to produce works is not yet acquired" .
Nobel Peace Prize winners blast Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine .
The winners of this year's Nobel Peace Prize from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine share their visions of a fairer world and denounced Russia's war.Oleksandra Matviichuk of Ukraine's Center for Civil Liberties dismissed calls for a political compromise that would allow Russia to retain some of the illegally annexed Ukrainian territories, saying that "fighting for peace does not mean yielding to pressure of the aggressor, it means protecting people from its cruelty".