The Nobel Peace Prize 1982
Co-nobelist: Alfonso GarcÃa Robles
Diplomat, Innovator, Writer. Disarmament, Nuclear Weapons-Free Zones. Technology and growth in violence. Women's rights. Swedish Ambassador to India. Insightful.
â€œNever forget trampling down of human dignity, rights, increase in acts of violence, torture use, testifies to persistence in contempt for suffering of individual men and women.â€
â€œDown with nuclear weapons!â€
Alva Mydal: a Daughter's Memoir
Radcliffe Biography Series
Basic Books; Reprint edition (September 21,1992)
From international feminism to feminist internationalism: the emergence of Alva Myrdal, 1936-1955
Sondra R. Herman
Peace and change, 18(1993):4 s. 325-346
Selected Bibliograpy by Alva Mydral
- The Game of Disarmament: How the United States and Russia Run the Arms Race. 1976. Rev. ed. New York: Pantheon, 1982.
- Dynamics of European Nuclear Disarmament. Nottingham: Spokesman, 1981.
- War, Weapons and Everyday Violence. Manchester: University of New Hampshire Press, 1977.
- Womenâ€™s Two Roles. With V. Klein. Rev. ed. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968.
- Nation and Family. 2nd ed. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1965.
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Name: Alva Myrdal
Birth: 31 January 1902, Uppsala, Sweden
Death: 1 February 1986, Stockholm, Sweden
Role: Diplomat, former Cabinet Minister, Writer
Portion of Cash: 1/2
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