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The Great Malavi Medal from the King of Morocco

Certificate recognizing Mr Mandela as the recipient of the Great Alavi Medal from the King of Morocco in recognition of Mandela's standing with the King. Translation is included and well as a form for the recipient to sign, Morocco

King of Morocco

Gandhi Peace Prize 2000

Highest civilian order from the Government of India given to Dr. Nelson Mandela to pay tribute to an unusual international hero in the Gandhian mould

Government of India

Africare Lifetime Achievement award

Framed painting of people surrounding Mandela - figurative. Plate on the painting reads: Africare Lifetime Achievement award - His excellency Nelson R Mandela - November 5, 2010 "Madiba Mandela", USA

Africare

2013 Dole Leadership Award

on the 10th anniversary of the Prize: Mandela is the perfect example of an individual who fought for justice through the political system in place. He truly made a difference.

Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas

The Elija Barayi Award from COSATU

Presented to Nelson Mandela for his outstanding leadership and service on the occassion of the 15th Anniversary of COSATU

Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU)

Brent Council awarded Nelson Mandela the Freedom of the Borough in recognition of his lifelong connection with the borough

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Mandela addressed the Willesden Trades Council in 1962. The honour was supposed to have been conferred in April 1990 when Mandela visited Brent but it failed to get the necessary support. Hence this was only done in 2013.
See https://wembleymatters.blogspot.com/2019/01/i-am-pleased-to-kick-off-new-year-with.html

Freedom of the City of Glasgow

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The Scroll was accepted on behalf of Mandela by Vice-President of Nigeria, Dr Ekwueme (Alex). Presented by Lord Provost Mr Michael Kelly. The scroll, known as the Burgess Ticket, was to be kept in Government House, Lagos and "when M gains M's freedom in I hope, the not too distant future, he will be able to come to Lagos to receive it"
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