Lebenstagebuch wins Aspirin Social Award 2012 Full Text
BayNews International, 05/11/2012
Lebenstagebuch" – a writing therapy for traumatized children of the Second World War–has been honored with the Aspirin Social Award 2012 from the Bayer Cares Foundation. The online project by the "Berlin Center for Torture Victims" (bzfo) helps people come to terms with their war experiences through writing. The winning project, unique in the world, is receiving EUR 15,000 in prize money. Second place, worth EUR 10,000, is awarded to the network of doctors' and dentists' offices of "MUT Gesellschaft für Gesundheit" active in Berlin that provides homeless people with medical care.