The annual Moore Prize of £1000 will be given every year to the best work of literature that illuminates the spirit of human rights contained in Moore’s literary work. For the objectives of the awards and the qualifications to submit works, please click on the Prize link.

The Foundation will publish from time to time "A Christopher G. Moore Newsletter," which will be sent to all Friends of the Foundation. For information on how to become a Friend of the Foundation, please click the Friends link.


The Foundation will publish occasional papers given at sponsored events, as well as videos of most speakers.

The Library

The Fischer Rare Book Library has the collection of Christopher G. Moore’s literary papers, first editions, and manuscripts. For a complete catalogue of the library collection, please contact the Secretary.

Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

University of Toronto

369 Huron Street

Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1A5

If you have written a review about a book with a human rights theme and would like to share it with our readers, please send us a PDF file along with your permission to publish your review on our website to

We don't want to exclude other possible categories such as a review of a documentary film, podcast, or video interview of a director or cast member of a film so long as the submission features human rights issues.

Our mission is to highlight artistic and creative projects that increase our awareness of human rights around the world.