• Stefanus Prize

    The Stefanus Prize is a human rights prize awarded to individuals for their outstanding contributions to defending freedom of religion or belief as defined by the Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

  • Stefanus Alliance International

    Stefanus Alliance International (SAINT) is a religious freedom and human rights organization with historical roots in Christian missions work, dedicated to defending freedom of belief and religion as expressed in Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The organization is based in Oslo, Norway. Its motto, designated in 1996, is: "Together for the persecuted."

  • St. Stefanus, Ghent

    St. Stefanus, Ghent

    St. Stefanus is a Catholic parish church in Ghent, Belgium, part of an Augustinian monastery. It is dedicated to St. Stephen. The present building dates from 1841.

  • Rex Stefanus

  • Stefanus Du Toit

    Stefanus Du Toit is a South African inventor and entrepreneur and a co-founder of Waterloo-based RapidMind, a company specializing in the development of software that automatically parallelizes serial code. The technology behind Rapidmind was developed by Du Toit during his graduate research at the University of Waterloo. As of 2008, RapidMind has raised $10M in venture capital financing. RapidMind was acquired by Intel in 2009. In 2008 Du Toit was honored by being included in the MIT Technology Review's TR35 list.

  • Stefanos Dimitriadis

    Stefanos Dimitriadis (born 8 September 1989, Athens) is a Greek swimmer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed in the Men's 100 metre butterfly and 200 m butterfly, finishing in 40th and 23rd places overall respectively in the heats, failing to qualify for the semifinals.

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