2020: LGBT Asylum for the organization’s remarkable work to help LGBT + refugees navigate the Danish asylum system and build a social network here in Denmark.
2019: FSTB – The Association for Support for Transgender Children to focus on transgender children’s challenges both politically and socially, while at the same time establishing a counseling service for parents whose children are transgender.
2018: Author Leonora Christina Skov for her autobiographical novel “The one who lives quietly”, which gives a voice to all LGBT + people with problematic experiences in their luggage.
2017: The Norwegian youth series “Shame” for having brought a nuanced and realistic picture of being young and gay.
2016: The Danish Parliament’s Health and Elderly Committee for the decision to remove transgenderism from the section on mental illness.
2015: The CPR office for their good handling of the new law on legal gender reassignment.
2014: Former Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (S) for her work for homosexuals’ right to marriage.
2013: Martin KI Christensen for being the founder of Ilga, a pan-European organization for LGBT people.
2012: Lars Aslan Rasmussen (S) from Copenhagen’s Citizens’ Representation for his role as marriage bailiff in Copenhagen Municipality, where he called gay couples married.
Source: The Nordic Page