Portions of the Exhibit are displayed at the African Leprosy Congress, 2005, Midrand, South Africa near Johannesburg.. Photo by Henry Law
Quest for Dignity implores us to remember our past and compels usto replace fear with knowledge and understanding.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, in a message sent for the Opening of the Quest for Dignity Exhibit at the United Nations
IDEA Center for the Voices of Humanity
Seneca Falls, New York
The Quest for Dignity Exhibit is launched at the United Nations on October 30, 1997. UN/DPI Photo by Eskinder Debebe
Quest for Dignity Exhibit
Mr. & Mrs. Prakasam proudly stand by the exhibit pannel that features Mr. Prakasam's story at the17th International Leprosy Congress, 2008, Hyderabad, India Photos by Henry Law
Portions of the Exhibit are displayed at the17th International Leprosy Congress, 2008, Hyderabad, India. Photos by Henry Law
Students visit the Exhibit at the Herbst International Exhibition Hall, The Presidio, San Francisco, in 1999.
Zilda Borges participates in the Opening of the Quest for Dignity Exhibit in Rome in 2000
Students interact with the Exhibit at the Center for The Voices of Humanity. Photo by Henry Law
Launched at the United Nations by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, the Quest for Dignity Exhibit has been translated into several languages and displayed in different sizes and various formats in 10 countries, including: Luxembourg, Italy, Germany, the Czech Republic, Brazil, India, P. R. China, Switzerland, the Philippines, Japan, and South Africa. The Exhibit continues to evolve and expand, with funding provided by The Nippon Foundation, Japan. The English version of the Quest for Dignity Exhibit forms the foundation for the IDEA Center for the Voices of Humanity in Seneca Falls, New York.
Portions of the Exhibit are displayed at the Rotary International Convention, 2004, in Osaka Japan. Photos by Henry Law
Portions of the Exhibit are displayed in Guangzhou, P.R. China, 2003. Photo by Henry Law