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'The main purpose of the Patrick White Award is to encourage the winner to continue writing, and to provide some financial support to enable that. As Debra Adelaide reports, with his award White supported a basic human right, which is the freedom of expression through the written word.'  (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Sydney PEN Magazine May 2018 14119379 2018 periodical issue

    'Since the 83rd PEN Congress in Lviv last October, the author and human rights lawyer Philippe Sands, who was its key-note speaker, has visited Sydney off the back of his phenomenal tracing of the main terms of international law – back to the Nuremberg trials which followed WW11 atrocities. It becomes necessary to ask: what is the state of international behaviour at the present moment that concerns PEN?' (Zoe Rodriguez, President's Report, introduction)

    2018
    pg. 22-23
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