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Peace Award

Peace Laureates

Reformation means making changes to something with the intention of setting it back on the original path. The root of reformation is the Latin word "reformare", which means to form again or to change. Social reformers are the individual people or organizations who spends their life for betterment of society in socio-cultural, educational, economical and spiritual aspects. Peace makers are the persons, groups, or nations that tries to make harmony in human race. 

Sl.Name of the AwardeeCountryYearAward/PrizeAwared for
1Frederic PassyFrance 1901Nobel Peace Prize"for his lifelong work for international peace conferences, diplomacy and arbitration."
2Henry DunantSwitzerland 1901Nobel Peace Prize"for his humanitarian efforts to help wounded soldiers and create international understanding"
3Charles Albert GobatSwitzerland 1902Nobel Peace Prize"for his eminently practical administration of the Inter-Parliamentary Union."
4Elie DucommunSwitzerland 1902Nobel Peace Prize"for his untiring and skilful directorship of the Bern Peace Bureau"
5William Randal CremerUnited Kingdom 1903Nobel Peace Prize"for his longstanding and devoted effort in favour of the ideas of peace and arbitration."
6Institute of International LawBelgium 1904Nobel Peace Prize"for its striving in public law to develop peaceful ties between nations and to make the laws of war more humane."
7Bertha von SuttnerAustria-Hungary1905Nobel Peace Prize"for her audacity to oppose the horrors of war."
8Theodore RooseveltUnited States 1906Nobel Peace Prize"for his role in bringing to an end the bloody war recently waged between two of the world's great powers, Japan and Russia."
9Ernesto Teodoro MonetaItaly 1907Nobel Peace Prize"for his work in the press and in peace meetings, both public and private, for an understanding between France and Italy"
10Louis RenaultFrance 1907Nobel Peace Prize"for his decisive influence upon the conduct and outcome of the Hague and Geneva Conferences."
11Fredrik BajerDenmark 1908Nobel Peace Prize"for their long time work for the cause of peace as politicians, peace society leaders, orators and authors."
12Klas Pontus ArnoldsonSweden 1908Nobel Peace Prize"for their long time work for the cause of peace as politicians, peace society leaders, orators and authors."
13Auguste BeernaertBelgium 1909Nobel Peace Prize"for their prominent position in the international movement for peace and arbitration."
14Paul Henri d'Estournelles de ConstantFrance 1909Nobel Peace Prize"for their prominent position in the international movement for peace and arbitration."
15Permanent International Peace BureauSwitzerland 1910Nobel Peace Prize"for acting as a link between the peace societies of the various countries, and helping them to organize the world rallies of the international peace movement."
16Alfred FriedAustria-Hungary1911Nobel Peace Prize"for his effort to expose and fight what he considers to be the main cause of war, namely, the anarchy in international relations."
17Tobias AsserBelgium 1911Nobel Peace Prize"for his role as co-founder of the Institut de droit international, initiator of the Conferences on International Private Law (Conferences' de Droit international privé) at the Hague, and pioneer in the field of international legal relations"
18Elihu RootUnited States 1912Nobel Peace Prize"for bringing about better understanding between the countries of North and South America and initiating important arbitration agreements between the United States and other countries."
19Henri La FontaineBelgium 1913Nobel Peace Prize"for his unparalleled contribution to the organization of peaceful internationalism."
20International Committee of the Red CrossSwitzerland 1917Nobel Peace Prize"for the efforts to take care of wounded soldiers and prisoners of war and their families."
21Woodrow WilsonUnited States 1919Nobel Peace Prize"for his role as founder of the League of Nations."
22Leon BourgeoisFrance 1920Nobel Peace Prize"for his longstanding contribution to the cause of peace and justice and his prominent role in the establishment of the League of Nations."
23Christian LangeNorway 1921Nobel Peace Prize"for their lifelong contributions to the cause of peace and organized internationalism."
24Hjalmar BrantingSweden 1921Nobel Peace Prize"for their lifelong contributions to the cause of peace and organized internationalism."[8][26]
25Fridtjof NansenNorway 1922Nobel Peace Prize"for his leading role in the repatriation of prisoners of war, in international relief work and as the League of Nations' High Commissioner for refugees."
26Sir Austen ChamberlainUnited Kingdom 1925Nobel Peace Prize"for his crucial role in bringing about the Locarno Treaty."
27Aristide BriandFrance 1926Nobel Peace Prize"for their crucial role in bringing about the Locarno Treaty."
28Gustav StresemannGermany 1926Nobel Peace Prize"for their crucial role in bringing about the Locarno Treaty."
29Ferdinand BuissonFrance 1927Nobel Peace Prize"for their contribution to the emergence in France and Germany of a public opinion which favours peaceful international cooperation."
30Ludwig QuiddeGermany 1927Nobel Peace Prize"for their contribution to the emergence in France and Germany of a public opinion which favours peaceful international cooperation."
31Frank Billings KelloggUnited States 1929Nobel Peace Prize"for his crucial role in bringing about the Kellogg-Briand Pact."
32Nathan SöderblomSweden 1930Nobel Peace Prize"for promoting Christian unity and helping create 'that new attitude of mind which is necessary if peace between nations is to become reality'."
33Jane AddamsUnited States 1931Nobel Peace Prize"for their assiduous effort to revive the ideal of peace and to rekindle the spirit of peace in their own nation and in the whole of mankind."
34Nicholas Murray ButlerUnited States 1931Nobel Peace Prize"for their assiduous effort to revive the ideal of peace and to rekindle the spirit of peace in their own nation and in the whole of mankind."[8][34]
35Sir Norman AngellUnited Kingdom 1933Nobel Peace Prize"for having exposed by his pen the illusion of war and presented a convincing plea for international cooperation and peace."
36Arthur HendersonUnited Kingdom 1934Nobel Peace Prize"for his untiring struggle and his courageous efforts as Chairman of the League of Nations Disarmament Conference 1931-34."
37Carl von OssietzkyGermany 1935Nobel Peace Prize"for his burning love for freedom of thought and expression and his valuable contribution to the cause of peace."
38Carlos Saavedra LamasArgentina 1936Nobel Peace Prize"for his role as father of the Argentine Antiwar Pact of 1933, which he also used as a means to mediate peace between Paraguay and Bolivia in 1935."
39The Viscount Cecil of ChelwoodUnited Kingdom 1937Nobel Peace Prize"for his tireless effort in support of the League of Nations, disarmament and peace."
40Nansen International Office for RefugeesLeague of Nations1938Nobel Peace Prize"for having carried on the work of Fridtjof Nansen to the benefit of refugees across Europe."
41International Committee of the Red CrossSwitzerland 1944Nobel Peace Prize"for the great work it has performed during the war on behalf of humanity."
42Cordell HullUnited States 1945Nobel Peace Prize"for his indefatigable work for international understanding and his pivotal role in establishing the United Nations."
43Emily Greene BalchUnited States 1946Nobel Peace Prize"for her lifelong work for the cause of peace"
44John Raleigh MottUnited States 1946Nobel Peace Prize"for his contribution to the creation of a peace-promoting religious brotherhood across national boundaries."
45The Quakers (represented by Friends Service Council and American Friends Service Committee)United States/United Kingdom1947Nobel Peace Prize"for their pioneering work in the international peace movement and compassionate effort to relieve human suffering, thereby promoting the fraternity between nations."
46Lord Boyd-OrrUnited Kingdom 1949Nobel Peace Prize"for his lifelong effort to conquer hunger and want, thereby helping to remove a major cause of military conflict and war."
47Ralph BuncheUnited States 1950Nobel Peace Prize"for his work as mediator in Palestine in 1948-1949."
48Leon JouhauxFrance 1951Nobel Peace Prize"for having devoted his life to the fight against war through the promotion of social justice and brotherhood among men and nations."
49Albert SchweitzerFrance 1952Nobel Peace Prize"for his altruism, reverence for life, and tireless humanitarian work which has helped making the idea of brotherhood between men and nations a living one."
50George Catlett Marshall Jr.United States 1953Nobel Peace Prize"for proposing and supervising the plan for the economic recovery of Europe."
51Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesUnited Nations1954Nobel Peace Prize"for its efforts to heal the wounds of war by providing help and protection to refugees all over the world."
52Lester Bowles PearsonCanada 1957Nobel Peace Prize"for his crucial contribution to the deployment of a United Nations Emergency Force in the wake of the Suez Crisis."
53Dominique PireBelgium 1958Nobel Peace Prize"for his efforts to help refugees to leave their camps and return to a life of freedom and dignity."
54Philip Noel-BakerUnited Kingdom 1959Nobel Peace Prize"for his longstanding contribution to the cause of disarmament and peace."
55Albert LutuliSouth Africa 1960Nobel Peace Prize"for his non-violent struggle against apartheid."
56Dag HammarskjöldSweden 1961Nobel Peace Prize"for developing the UN into an effective and constructive international organization, capable of giving life to the principles and aims expressed in the UN Charter."
57Linus PaulingUnited States 1962Nobel Peace Prize"for his fight against the nuclear arms race between East and West."
58International Committee of the Red CrossSwitzerland 1963Nobel Peace Prize"for promoting the principles of the Geneva Convention and cooperation with the UN."
59League of Red Cross SocietiesSwitzerland 1963Nobel Peace Prize"for promoting the principles of the Geneva Convention and cooperation with the UN."
60Martin Luther King Jr.United States 1964Nobel Peace Prize"for his non-violent struggle for civil rights for the Afro-American population."
61United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)United Nations1965Nobel Peace Prize"for its effort to enhance solidarity between nations and reduce the difference between rich and poor states."
62René CassinFrance 1968Nobel Peace Prize"for his struggle to ensure the rights of man as stipulated in the UN Declaration."
63International Labour OrganizationUnited Nations1969Nobel Peace Prize"for creating international legislation insuring certain norms for working conditions in every country."
64Norman Ernest BorlaugUnited States 1970Nobel Peace Prize"for having given a well-founded hope - the green revolution."
65Willy BrandtWest Germany 1971Nobel Peace Prize"for paving the way for a meaningful dialogue between East and West."
66Henry KissingerUnited States 1973Nobel Peace Prize"for jointly having negotiated a cease fire in Vietnam in 1973."
67Le Duc ThoVietnam 1973Nobel Peace Prize"for jointly having negotiated a cease fire in Vietnam in 1973."
68Eisaku SatoJapan 1974Nobel Peace Prize"for his contribution to stabilize conditions in the Pacific rim area and for signing the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty."
69Seán MacBrideIreland 1974Nobel Peace Prize"for his efforts to secure and develop human rights throughout the world"
70Andrei SakharovSoviet Union 1975Nobel Peace Prize"for his struggle for human rights in the Soviet Union, for disarmament and cooperation between all nations."
71Betty WilliamsUnited Kingdom 1976Nobel Peace Prize"for the courageous efforts in founding a movement to put an end to the violent conflict in Northern Ireland."
72Mairead CorriganUnited Kingdom 1976Nobel Peace Prize"for the courageous efforts in founding a movement to put an end to the violent conflict in Northern Ireland."
73Amnesty InternationalUnited Kingdom 1977Nobel Peace Prize"for worldwide respect for human rights."
74Menachem BeginIsrael 1978Nobel Peace Prize"for jointly having negotiated peace between Egypt and Israel in 1978."
75Muhammad Anwar el-SadatEgypt 1978Nobel Peace Prize"for jointly having negotiated peace between Egypt and Israel in 1978."
76Mother TeresaIndia 1979Nobel Peace Prize"for her work for bringing help to suffering humanity."
77Adolfo Perez EsquivelArgentina 1980Nobel Peace Prize"for being a source of inspiration to repressed people, especially in Latin America."[76][8]
78Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesUnited Nations1981Nobel Peace Prize"for promoting the fundamental rights of refugees."
79Alfonso Garcia RoblesMexico 1982Nobel Peace Prize"for their work for disarmament and nuclear and weapon-free zones."
80Alva MyrdalSweden 1982Nobel Peace Prize"for their work for disarmament and nuclear and weapon-free zones."
81Lech WalesaPoland 1983Nobel Peace Prize"for non-violent struggle for free trade unions and human rights in Poland."
82Desmond TutuSouth Africa 1984Nobel Peace Prize"for his role as a unifying leader figure in the non-violent campaign to resolve the problem of apartheid in South Africa"
83International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear WarUnited States 1985Nobel Peace Prize"for spreading authoritative information and by creating awareness of the catastrophic consequences of nuclear war."
84Elie WieselUnited States 1986Nobel Peace Prize"for being a messenger to mankind: his message is one of peace, atonement and dignity."
85Oscar AriasCosta Rica 1987Nobel Peace Prize"for his work for lasting peace in Central America."
86United Nations Peace-Keeping ForcesUnited Nations1988Nobel Peace Prize"for preventing armed clashes and creating conditions for negotiations."
87Tenzin GyatsoIndia 1989Nobel Peace Prize"for advocating peaceful solutions based upon tolerance and mutual respect in order to preserve the historical and cultural heritage of his people."
88Mikhail GorbachevSoviet Union1990Nobel Peace Prize"for the leading role he played in the radical changes in East-West relations."
89Aung San Suu KyiBurma 1991Nobel Peace Prize"for her non-violent struggle for democracy and human rights."
90Rigoberta MenchuGuatemala 1992Nobel Peace Prize"for her struggle for social justice and ethno-cultural reconciliation based on respect for the rights of indigenous peoples."
91Frederik Willem de KlerkSouth Africa 1993Nobel Peace Prize"for their work for the peaceful termination of the apartheid regime, and for laying the foundations for a new democratic South Africa."
92Nelson MandelaSouth Africa 1993Nobel Peace Prize"for their work for the peaceful termination of the apartheid regime, and for laying the foundations for a new democratic South Africa."
93Shimon PeresIsrael 1994Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to create peace in the Middle East."
94Yasser ArafatPalestine 1994Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to create peace in the Middle East."
95Yitzhak RabinIsrael 1994Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to create peace in the Middle East."
96Joseph RotblatPoland 1995Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to diminish the part played by nuclear arms in international politics and, in the longer run, to eliminate such arms."
97Pugwash Conferences on Science and World AffairsCanada 1995Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to diminish the part played by nuclear arms in international politics and, in the longer run, to eliminate such arms."
98Carlos Filipe Ximenes BeloEast Timor 1996Nobel Peace Prize"for their work towards a just and peaceful solution to the conflict in East Timor."
99Jose Ramos-HortaEast Timor 1996Nobel Peace Prize"for their work towards a just and peaceful solution to the conflict in East Timor."
100International Campaign to Ban LandminesSwitzerland 1997Nobel Peace Prize"for their work for the banning and clearing of anti-personnel mines."
101Jody WilliamsUnited States 1997Nobel Peace Prize"for their work for the banning and clearing of anti-personnel mines."
102David TrimbleUnited Kingdom 1998Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to find a peaceful solution to the conflict in Northern Ireland."
103John HumeIreland 1998Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to find a peaceful solution to the conflict in Northern Ireland."
104Médecins Sans FrontièresSwitzerland 1999Nobel Peace Prize"in recognition of the organization's pioneering humanitarian work on several continents."
105Kim Dae-jungSouth Korea 2000Nobel Peace Prize"for his work for democracy and human rights in South Korea and in East Asia in general, and for peace and reconciliation with North Korea in particular."
106Kofi Annan Ghana 2001Nobel Peace Prize"for their work for a better organized and more peaceful world."
107United NationsUnited Nations2001Nobel Peace Prize"for their work for a better organized and more peaceful world."
108Jimmy CarterUnited States 2002Nobel Peace Prize"for his decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development."
109Shirin EbadiIran 2003Nobel Peace Prize"for her efforts for democracy and human rights. She has focused especially on the rights of women and children."
110Wangari Muta MaathaiKenya 2004Nobel Peace Prize"for her contribution to sustainable development, democracy and peace."
111International Atomic Energy AgencyUnited Nations2005Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used for military purposes and to ensure that nuclear energy for peaceful purposes is used in the safest possible way."
112Mohamed ElBaradeiEgypt 2005Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used for military purposes and to ensure that nuclear energy for peaceful purposes is used in the safest possible way."
113Grameen BankBangladesh 2006Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to create economic and social development from below."
114Muhammad YunusBangladesh 2006Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to create economic and social development from below."
115Al GoreUnited States 2007Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change."
116Intergovernmental Panel on Climate ChangeUnited Nations2007Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change."
117Martti AhtisaariFinland 2008Nobel Peace Prize"for his important efforts, on several continents and over more than three decades, to resolve international conflicts."
118Barack ObamaUnited States 2009Nobel Peace Prize"for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."
119Liu XiaoboChina 2010Nobel Peace Prize"for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China."
120Ellen Johnson SirleafLiberia 2011Nobel Peace Prize"for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women's rights to full participation in peace-building work."
121Leymah GboweeLiberia 2011Nobel Peace Prize"for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women's rights to full participation in peace-building work."
122Tawakkul KarmanYemen 2011Nobel Peace Prize"for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women's rights to full participation in peace-building work."
123European UnionEuropean Union2012Nobel Peace Prize"for over six decades contributed to the advancement of peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe."
124Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical WeaponsBelgium 2013Nobel Peace Prize"for its extensive efforts to eliminate chemical weapons."
125Kailash SatyarthiIndia 2014Nobel Peace Prize"for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education."
126Malala YousafzaiPakistan 2014Nobel Peace Prize"for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education."
127Tunisian National Dialogue QuartetTunisia 2015Nobel Peace Prize"for its decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution of 2011."
128Juan Manuel SantosColombia 2016Nobel Peace Prize"for his resolute efforts to bring the country's more than 50-year-long civil war to an end."
129International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear WeaponsSwitzerland 2017Nobel Peace Prize"for its work to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for its ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
130Denis MukwegeCongo 2018Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict."
131Nadia MuradIraq 2018Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict."
132Abiy AhmedEthiopia 2019Nobel Peace Prize"for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, and in particular for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighbouring Eritrea."
133World Food ProgrammeUnited Nations2020Nobel Peace Prize"for its efforts to combat hunger, for its contribution to bettering conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas and for acting as a driving force in efforts to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict."
134Dmitry MuratovRussia 2021Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression, which is a precondition for democracy and lasting peace."
135Maria RessaPhilippinis 2021Nobel Peace Prize"for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression, which is a precondition for democracy and lasting peace."
136Ales BialiatskiBelarus 2022Nobel Peace Prizehave promoted the right to criticise power and protect the fundamental rights of citizens. They have made an outstanding effort to document war crimes, human right abuses and the abuse of power.
137Centre for Civil LibertiesUkraine 2022Nobel Peace Prizehave promoted the right to criticise power and protect the fundamental rights of citizens. They have made an outstanding effort to document war crimes, human right abuses and the abuse of power.
138MemorialRussia 2022Nobel Peace Prizehave promoted the right to criticise power and protect the fundamental rights of citizens. They have made an outstanding effort to document war crimes, human right abuses and the abuse of power.
139Narges MohammadiIran 2023Nobel Peace Prize"for her fight against the oppression of women in Iran and her fight to promote human rights and freedom for all"
140Nelson MandelaSouth Africa 1991Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For their contribution to international peace, to encourage them to continue in their effort and as a tribute to what they have done to educate their people towards understanding and overcoming of prejudice that many would not have thought possible a few years ago"
141Frederik Willem de KlerkSouth Africa 1991Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For their contribution to international peace, to encourage them to continue in their effort and as a tribute to what they have done to educate their people towards understanding and overcoming of prejudice that many would not have thought possible a few years ago"
142Hague Academy of International LawBelgium 1992Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"We believe the world is in a new phase of international relations. Quite different from the one through which we have just gone and we are convinced that international law must be given a larger role in the settlement of international disputes and in the solution of international problems."
143Yitzhak RabinIsrael 1993Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"We have concluded that this year, naturally, the most dramatic and important event has been the agreement between the Palestinians and Israel.
144Shimon PeresIsrael 1993Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"We have concluded that this year, naturally, the most dramatic and important event has been the agreement between the Palestinians and Israel.
145Yasser ArafatPalestinian Territories 1993Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prizefor the Palestine Liberation Organization."
146Juan Carlos I of SpainSpain 1994Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prizefor his role in guaranteeing the transition to democracy, for his continuing contribution to the protection of minorities in the transition to democracy, and for the international role of conciliation that Spain has played.
147Jimmy CarterUnited States 1994Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prizefor his capacity as Chairman of the Carter Center and his contribution to the pursuit of peace in many different parts of the world and succeeding in making such a contribution even before the government of his country had requested him to do so.
148Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesSwitzerland 1995Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prizefor the excellence of her efforts and for the way she has raised international concern for the refugees."
149Sadako OgataJapan 1995Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prizefor the excellence of her efforts and for the way she has raised international concern for the refugees."
150Álvaro Enrique Arzu IrigoyenGuatemala 1996Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prizefor the excellence of her efforts and for the way she has raised international concern for the refugees."
151Rolando MoranGuatemala 1996Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prizefor the excellence of her efforts and for the way she has raised international concern for the refugees."
152Fidel V. RamosPhilippinis 1997Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For the agreement they have made in ending the conflict on 2nd September 1996 between the Philippines Government and the Moro National Liberation Front."
153Nur MisuariPhilippinis 1997Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For the agreement they have made in ending the conflict on 2nd September 1996 between the Philippines Government and the Moro National Liberation Front."
154Sheikh HasinaBangladesh 1998Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"In awarding the 1998 Prize to Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of the People's Republic of Bangladesh who, on 2 December 1997, signed a peace agreement which put an end to 25 years of civil war.
155George J. MitchellUnited States 1998Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prizefor his work that enabled the main players in the Irish crisis to sign the Good Friday Agreement, the Jury has wanted to focus attention on the efforts deployed in the search for peace through dialogue and negotiation."
156Community of Sant'EgidioItaly 1999Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"In recognition of their efforts in achieving ecumenical understanding between all religions, their efforts of conciliation in Algeria, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and Yugoslavia, for their contribution to human understanding and for eliminating the religious, political and ethnic sources of conflict."
157Mary RobinsonIreland 2000Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For the great contribution that she has made for the defence and promotion of Human Rights. The decision, of course, was unanimous."
158Kay Rala Xanana GusmãoEast Timor 2002Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For his contribution to the fight for human dignity and for his conduct which has elevated the human spirit not only in his region, but in the world."
159Roger EtchegarayFrance 2003Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"In recognition of their action in favour of inter-faith dialogue, tolerance and peace."
160Mustafa Ceri?Bosnia and Herzegovina 2003Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"In recognition of their action in favour of inter-faith dialogue, tolerance and peace."
161Abdoulaye WadeSenegal 2005Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For his contributions to democracy in Senegal, and for his role in mediating political disputes in the region."
162Martti AhtisaariFinland 2007Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For leading the process that resulted in independence of Namibia and for [his] very great contribution to the resolution of the fatricidal conflict between the Indonesian Government and the Free Aceh Movement."
163Luiz Inácio Lula da SilvaBrazil 2008Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For his actions in pursuit of peace, dialogue, democracy, social justice and equal rights, as well as for his valuable contribution to the eradication of poverty and the protection of minorities' rights."
164Grandmothers of the Plaza de MayoArgentina 2011Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For his actions in pursuit of peace, dialogue, democracy, social justice and equal rights, as well as for his valuable contribution to the eradication of poverty and the protection of minorities' rights."
165François HollandeFrance 2013Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For his actions in pursuit of peace, dialogue, democracy, social justice and equal rights, as well as for his valuable contribution to the eradication of poverty and the protection of minorities' rights."
166SOS MéditerraneeEurope2017Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize"For his actions in pursuit of peace, dialogue, democracy, social justice and equal rights, as well as for his valuable contribution to the eradication of poverty and the protection of minorities' rights."
167Giuseppina Maria NicoliniItaly 2017Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace PrizeFor saving lives of refugees and immigrants.
168Abiy AhmedEthiopia 2019Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace PrizeFor his peacemaking efforts in his country and the Horn of African region.
169Angela MerkelGermany 2022Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace PrizeFor her efforts to welcome refugees during the 2015 European migrant crisis.
170Eleanor RooseveltUnited States 1960Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
171Edwin T. DahlbergUnited States 1960Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
172Rabbi Maurice EisendrathUnited States 1961Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
173John Haynes HolmesUnited States 1961Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
174Linus C. PaulingUnited States 1962Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
175James Paul WarburgGermany 1962Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
176E. Stanley JonesUnited States 1963Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
177Martin Luther King Jr.United States 1964Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
178A.J. MusteBelgium 1966Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
179Norman ThomasUnited States 1967Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
180Jerome DavisUnited States 1967Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
181William Sloane Coffin Jr.United States 1967Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
182Benjamin SpockUnited States 1968Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
183Wayne MorseUnited States 1970Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
184Willard UphausUnited States 1970Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
185U ThantBurma 1972Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
186Daniel BerriganUnited States 1974Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
187Dorothy DayUnited States 1975Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
188Daniel EllsbergUnited States 1976Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
189Peter BenensonUnited Kingdom 1978Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
190Martin EnnalsUnited States 1964Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
191Roland BaintonUnited States 1979Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
192Helen CaldicottAustralia 1980Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
193Corliss LamontUnited States 1981Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
194Randall Watson ForsbergUnited States 1982Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
195Robert Jay LiftonUnited States 1984Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
196Kay CampUnited States 1984Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
197Bernard LownLithuania 1986Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
198John SomervilleUnited States 1987Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
199César ChávezUnited States 1989Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
200Marian Wright EdelmanUnited States 1990Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
201George McGovernUnited States 1991Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
202Ramsey ClarkUnited States 1992Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
203Lucius WalkerUnited States 1993Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
204Roy BourgeoisUnited States 1994Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
205Edith BallantyneCanada 1995Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
206Alan WrightUnited States 1996Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
207Paula KlineUnited States 1996Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
208HowardUnited States 1997Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
209Alice FrazierUnited States 1997Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
210Michael TrueUnited States 2002Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
211Dennis KucinichUnited States 2003Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
212Adrienne van Melle-HermansBelgium 2003Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
213Karen JacobUnited States 2004Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
214David CortrightUnited States 2004Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
215Ehud BandelUnited States 2011Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
216Arik AschermanIsrael 2011Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
217Amy GoodmanUnited States 2012Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
218Bill McKibbenUnited States 2013Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
219Medea BenjaminUnited States 2014Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
220Tom B.K. GoldtoothUnited States 2015Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
221Kathy KellyUnited States 2015Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
222Ralph NaderUnited States 2017Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
223Omar BarghoutiPalestine 2017Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
224Jackson BrowneUnited States 2018Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
225Mayson AlmisriUnited States 2020Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
226Zaher SahloulUnited States 2020Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
227Kali AkunoUnited States 2023Gandhi Peace Awardcontribution made in promotion of international peace and goodwill.
228Zarqa YaftaliAfghanistan 2019n-peace awardfor ‘Women Right to Heritage and Property’ (2011)
229Dayani PanagodaSri Lanka 2019n-peace awardfor "career of formulating, implementing and sharing Women, Peace and Security policies".
230Dewi Rana AmirIndonesia 2019n-peace awardfor "Women, Peace and Security Agenda in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia".
231May Sabe PhyuMyanmar 2019n-peace awardfor advocating women’s full realization of their human rights.
232Sarita Saru B.K.Nepal 2019n-peace awardfor advocating against the discrimination of Dalit women.
233Meena BaberPakistan 2019n-peace awardfor capacity training on peacebuilding, psycho-social support for conflict affected populations, and providing safe zones for conflict-affected women.
234Froilyn Tenorio MendozaPhilippinis 2019n-peace awardfor advocating for the rights of Teduray and Lambangian women and girls.
235Amina Rasul-BernardoPhilippinis 2019n-peace awardfor sustainable peace development, academic advocacy on the intersections of gender, religion and peace, journalism, and community engagement with conflict affected communities to ensure inclusion of women on a myriad of levels.
236Ram Bahadur SunarNepal 2019n-peace awardempowerment of marginalized Dalit communities in Kailali, through implementation of a human rights approach in Kailali.
237Sohaila RezaeeAfghanistan 2019n-peace awardprovides skills training to girl high school students, on leadership, advocacy for peace and providing mentorship support.
238Maisam Iltaf-KazemiAfghanistan 2019n-peace awardsafe education is provided to all regardless of gender.
239Khojasta SameyeeAfghanistan 2018n-peace awardfor her work in using radio to inform remote communities of women's rights, politics, and peacebuilding.
240Mahira MiyanjiPakistan 2018n-peace awardfor her commitment to women's empowerment and girls' education in Lyari, Karachi.
241Cynthia MaungMyanmar 2018n-peace awardfor her efforts in providing emergency maternal healthcare in conflict areas to refugee women at the Thai-Myanmar border.
242Visaka DharmadasaSri Lanka 2018n-peace awardfor encouraging important dialogues between women of different ethnicities in Sri Lanka, advocating for the empowerment and inclusion of women in peacebuilding process.
243Logshari KunwarNepal 2018n-peace awardfor her work in investigating gender-based violence and human rights violations in Nepal.
244Mira KusumariniIndonesia 2018n-peace awardfor her work in rehabilitating and reintegrating ISIS-affiliated children and women deportees back safely into society.
245Samira Gutoc-TomawisPhilippinis 2018n-peace awardfor her commitment to advocating the rights of women and marginalised groups in post-conflict Philippines.
246Hira Singh ThapaNepal 2018n-peace awardSocial activist and champion of women's rights, he was awarded for his continuous efforts in encouraging men to help end the practice of "chauupadi", child marriage, domestic violence, and menstruation taboos in Nepal.
247Mary AkramiAfghanistan 2018n-peace awardfor having established peace "shuras" for women seeking conflict resolution.
248Muqadasa AhmadzaiAfghanistan 2018n-peace awardfor her grassroots community efforts against conflict and supporting survivors of domestic violence.
249Sayeeda MuradiAfghanistan 2017n-peace awardfor her role in managing inclusive'peace shuras' and supporting conflict resolutions for women's issues at community and district level.
250Cheery ZahauMyanmar 2017n-peace awardfor her efforts in empowering Chin women refugees with leadership training, education programmes, and health and nursing programmes.
251Srijana KarkiNepal 2017n-peace awardLeading social activist calling for the end of gender-based violence, Srijana was awarded for her role in ensuring that the voices of those belonging to marginalised groups or communities are adequately represented and heard at the government level.
252RahmatanIndonesia 2017n-peace awardfor her work in empowering Acehnese women and providing them with the support to emerge as leaders from the grassroots level.
253Farhat SajaadPakistan 2017n-peace awardCo-founder of the Shining Light Community Development Organisation, a social welfare organisation that equips communities with innovative education, training, and development programmes, she was awarded for encourages Muslim-Christian dialogue through providing training for both communities in economic empowerment activities.
254Bernadine AndersonSri Lanka 2017n-peace awardfor her work in supporting rehabilitation efforts by engaging with young former Tamil Tigers, achieving peace through education.
255Hadja Giobay DiocolanoPhilippinis 2017n-peace awardfor promoting a culture of peace among communities affected by conflict, especially targeting youth and women.
256Suraya YosufiAfghanistan 2017n-peace awardFounder of the Afghan Girls Debating Project, a project for high school and university students offering specialised training in critical thinking, rational reasoning, research skills, time management, and teamwork, Suraya was awarded for empowering young girls and providing a platform for Afghan women to speak their minds freely.
257Sharif Shah SafiAfghanistan 2017n-peace awardUniversity lecturer and Debate Program Director of the Afghanistan Youths Civic Engagement and Educational Organization, Sharif was recognised for his role in preventing extremism, violence, and inequalities by promoting education and respectful conversations among youths.
258GunawanIndonesia 2017n-peace awardfor his role in empowering women in Poso to take more prominent roles in both village decision-making and the correlating peace-building process.
259Farhat AsifPakistan 2017n-peace awardFounder of the Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies, she was awarded for facilitating cooperation between government officials, civil societies, think-tanks, and educational institutions to raise the subject of women's inclusion in peace negotiations in Pakistan.
260Dwi Rubiyanti KholifahIndonesia 2016n-peace awardfor her role in spreading peace education throughout Indonesia and work in developing leadership skills for women.
261Basanti ChaudaryNepal 2016n-peace awardFormer bonded-laborer and Chair of the Kamaiya Pratha Unmulan Samaj (KAPUS), she was recognised for her role in helping violence-affected women to improve their economic and social circumstances, raising awareness of their rights, and providing them with the tools for empowerment.
262Habiba SarabiAfghanistan 2016n-peace awardfor her role in bringing peace to Afghanistan and to enhance and enrich civil and political rights for women and girls following the Taliban rule.
263Sumika PereraSri Lanka 2016n-peace awardSocial activist and founder of the Women's Resource Centre, Sumika was recognised for her role in empowering and supporting women to embrace their rights and face the subjugation entrenched in the society they live in.
264Rizwana ShahPakistan 2016n-peace awardfor her role in empowering women to gain financial independence in conservative and patriarchal parts of society and advocating for peace as a source of inclusion.
265Mariam BarandiaPhilippinis 2016n-peace awardExecutive Director of Kapamagogopa Inc., an NGO which provides skills training for young Muslims and former women combatants to expand their economic opportunities and exercise their role in building peace, she was awarded for her efforts in dispelling negative perceptions and prejudices between communities in the Philippines.
266Mossarat QadeemPakistan 2016n-peace awardfor her role in educating women to develop critical negotiation skills to aid wider peace-building.
267Rizky Ashar MurdionoIndonesia 2016n-peace awardfor his role in empowering and engaging young people in the implementation of SDGs and the promotion of peace and rights awareness, LGBT rights, and disability acceptance.
268Aliya HarirPakistan 2016n-peace awardfor the Global Youth Peace Festival, aliya was recognised for her role in advocating for a world where young people are empowered, regardless of their background, ethnicity, or gender.
269Hasina NeekzadAfghanistan 2015n-peace awardPolitical and human rights activist for women and children's rights in Afghanistan, she was awarded for building a culture of peace through the positive engagement of young men and villages elders in the Herat province.
270Ja Nan LahtawMyanmar 2015n-peace awardPeace advocate and Executive Director of the Nyein Foundation, Ja Nan was recognised for her work in facilitating political dialogues between the Myanmar government and cease-fired ethnic armed organizations and advocating for their inclusion in Myanmar's political life.
271Sharmila ThapaNepal 2015n-peace awardfor advocating for legislative changes against gender-based violence and providing a support system to women victims of violence.
272Rubina Feroze BhattiPakistan 2015n-peace awardExecutive Director of Taangh Wasaib Organisation, a rights-based organisation tackling violence against women, religious intolerance, and discriminatory laws in Pakistan, Rubina was recognised for her role in fighting against gender-based violence and introduced human rights education programming in over 200 schools.
273Jo Genna Martin JoverPhilippinis 2015n-peace awardfor her dedication to promoting social and cultural equality of indigenous people, specifically the Moro women, and for encouraging peacebuilding between the government and the Moro communities.
274Maryam DuraniAfghanistan 2015n-peace awardFormer Kandahar Provincial Council Member and advocate for women's rights, Maryam was awarded for her many initiatives championing women's inclusion in political and social life in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
275Rahmat Ullah RahimiAfghanistan 2015n-peace awardfor championing women and girls' rights and efforts to end child marriages.
276Kaushila ChaudharyNepal 2015n-peace awardFormer bonded laborer and human rights activist, Kaushila was awarded for her work in ending discrimination and gender-based violence against ex-Kamaiyas in Nepal.
277Rahmatullah NoorzaiAfghanistan 2015n-peace awardfor his work with internally displaced women and children in Afghanistan.
278Hasina JalalAfghanistan 2014n-peace awardAdvocate for women's rights, journalist and lecturer in rural Afghanistan, she was awarded for pushing the agenda of women's rights in Afghanistan through capacity building with numerous national NGOs.
279Syarifah Aliyyah ShihabIndonesia 2014n-peace awardfor contributing to the creation of an anti-terrorism mentality among youth in Indonesia.
280Mi Kun Chan NonMyanmar 2014n-peace awardfor advocating women's participation in the peace processes and political life in Myanmar.
281Bimala KadayatNepal 2014n-peace awardYouth mobilizer and community role model for building sustainable peace, she was awarded for her efforts in educating her community on issues of bonded labour, violence against women, discrimination, and child marriage.
282Mona ParkashPakistan 2014n-peace awardfor her efforts in promoting and providing education to marginalised Pakistani children.
283Democracy and Peace Women NetworkMyanmar 2014n-peace awardYangon-based local civil society organisation that strives to connect with individuals and communities whose rights and freedoms have been marginalised. they are awarded for their committed to contributing to both democracy and peace for an inclusive Myanmar.
284Rabiah Jamil BegPakistan 2014n-peace awardfor her commitment to cover the social issues that hamper the progress of women in conservative societies, and she has been instrumental in bringing to the debate women's perspective.
285Hajji KhalilAfghanistan 2014n-peace awardfor his contribution to conflict management, reconciliation, and inclusive peace in Afghanistan.
286Miriam Coronel FerrerPhilippinis 2014n-peace awardfor her dedication in bringing more women to the peace table and implementing UNSCR 1325 at the national level in the Philippines.
287Shah ZamanPakistan 2014n-peace awardChairman of the Milky Way Foundation, lecturer and human rights activist, Shah was awarded for his dedication to ensuring high quality, free education to over 200 students in Pakistan.
288Wai Wai NuMyanmar 2014n-peace awardFormer political prisoner, Wai Wai Nu is a peacebuilder and human rights advocate. Founder of the Women's Peace Network, a platform that promotes peace and mutual understanding between Myanmar's different ethnicities, she was awarded for her commitment to advocating marginalised women's rights.
289Magdalena Bidau SoaresTimor Leste 2013n-peace awardfor her dedication to the ongoing struggle for peace, unity and women's rights in Timor-Leste.
290Thavachsri Charles VijayaratnamSri Lanka 2013n-peace awardCo-founder of the Kilinochchi District Women's Development Federation, an NGO providing psychosocial support and social integration programmes for service users, Thavachsri was awarded for promoting the improvement of the lives of marginalised peoples in rural communities in Sri Lanka.
291Irene M. SantiagoPhilippinis 2013n-peace awardfor her commitment to advancing the significant role of women in the Women, Peace, and Security agenda. 
292Valentina SagalaIndonesia 2013n-peace awardFounder of Yayasan Institut Perempuan, an NGO advocating for laws to promote the protection of women and children, monitoring policy formulation and law enforcement, providing direct services to women and children survivors of violence, Valentina was awarded for her efforts in promoting and shaping laws against gender-based violence.
293Shashi Kumary AdhikaryNepal 2013n-peace awardLawyer and advocate for gender equality, she was awarded for her commitment to campaigning for gender equity within Nepal's laws and women's access to equitable justice, promoting women's rights from education and property rights to the basic right of identity.
294Masuada KarokhiAfghanistan 2013n-peace awardfor raising awareness about the promotion and protection of women's rights in Afghanistan.
295Suprayoga HadiIndonesia 2013n-peace awardCivil servant and champion of women's rights, Suprayoga was awarded for his efforts in the inclusion of women in peace and security issues in Indonesia.
296Rohaniza UsmanPhilippinis 2013n-peace awardfor promoting peace and development through education, inter-generational engagement and socio-economic development in Mindanao and Bangsamoro.
297Farkhunda Zahra NaderiAfghanistan 2012n-peace awardFormer Afghan Parliamentarian and Senior Advisor to the President on UN Affairs, she was awarded for her commitment to representing women's voice in institutional settings and fighting for their political participation.
298Quhramaana KakarAfghanistan 2012n-peace awardfor her commitment to engaging women and youth in the most insecure parts of the country towards creating peace and rebuilding Afghanistan
299Suraiya KamaruzzamanIndonesia 2012n-peace awardFounder of Flower Aceh and advocate for the rights of Acehnese women, Suraiya was awarded for work to empower women by ensuring their safety and advising them on issues of economic and reproductive rights.
300Rupika De SilvaSri Lanka 2012n-peace awardFounder of Saviya, an NGO focused on supporting the rights of women and children in local communities, she was awarded for promoting a peace based approach of development for southern provinces and other conflict-affected areas of Sri Lanka and empowerment of women's entrepreneurship skills.
301Radha PaudelNepal 2012n-peace awardAuthor and activist, she was awarded for her commitment to advocating for equal citizenship, the stop of child marriage and the empowerment of Mahesh women in Nepal.
302Teresita Quintos DelesPhilippinis 2012n-peace awardfor her efforts in implementing UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security at national level in the Philippines.
303Sister Lourdes (Mana Lou)Timor Leste 2012n-peace awardFounder of ISMAIK, a solidarity network across Timor-Leste dealing with urgent humanitarian assistance and poverty, she was awarded for her dedication in promoting and defending human rights in Timor-Leste.
304Sadhu Ram SapkotaNepal 2012n-peace awardfor his efforts in applying the UN Security Resolutions 1325 and 1820 on recognizing and empowering women's rights and experiences, making Nepal the first country in South Asia to nationalize and operationalize these provisions.
305Amina AzimiAfghanistan 2012n-peace awardFounder of Empowering Women with Disability and Landmine survivors, Amina was awarded for her advocacy for the protection and the promotion of the rights of women and girls with disabilities.
306Purna Shova ChitrakarNepal 2011n-peace awardfor her effort in empowering landmines victims and providing them with access to the opportunities they need to fulfil their goals.
307Filomena Barros Dos ReisTimor Leste 2011n-peace awardHuman rights and justice activist, she was awarded for her commitment to campaigning for political change on behalf of Timorese women.
308Shreen Abdul SaroorSri Lanka 2011n-peace awardfor the empowerment and promotion of women's rights, she was awarded for her efforts in campaigning for peace and creating stability between the different ethnic groups in Sri Lanka.
309Electronita DuanIndonesia 2011n-peace awardFounder of Politenik Perdamaian Halamahera, an institute for those whose education was interrupted by armed conflict, she was awarded for her commitment to peacebuilding and the pursuit of peace through education and creative means.
310Rubina Feroze BhattiPakistan 2011n-peace awardfor devoting her life to creating a more peaceful Pakistan. She protects the rights of religious minorities and women who are targets of gender-based violence.
311Julius NyerereTanzania 1995Gandhi Peace Prizefor served as the leader of Tanzania, and previously Tanganyika, from 1960 until his retirement in 1985.
312A. T. AriyaratneSri Lanka 1996Gandhi Peace PrizeFounder of Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement
313Gerhard FischerGermany 1997Gandhi Peace PrizeGerman diplomat, recognised for his work against leprosy and polio
314Ramakrishna MissionIndia 1998Gandhi Peace Prizefor promoting social welfare, tolerance, and non-violence among disadvantaged groups
315Baba AmteIndia 1999Gandhi Peace Prizefor his work for the rehabilitation and empowerment of poor people suffering from leprosy
316Nelson MandelaSouth Africa 2000Gandhi Peace PrizeFormer President of South Africa
317Grameen BankBangladesh 2000Gandhi Peace PrizeFounded by Muhammad Yunus
318John HumeIreland 2001Gandhi Peace PrizeNorthern Irish Politician and major figure in the Northern Ireland peace process
319Bharatiya Vidya BhavanIndia 2002Gandhi Peace PrizeEducational trust that emphasises Indian culture
320Václav HavelCzech Republic 2003Gandhi Peace PrizeLast President of Czechoslovakia and first President of the Czech Republic
321Coretta Scott KingUnited States 2004Gandhi Peace PrizeActivist and civil rights leader.
322Desmond TutuSouth Africa 2005Gandhi Peace PrizeSouth African cleric and activist.He was South African social rights activist and retired Anglican bishop who rose to worldwide fame during the 1980s as an opponent of apartheid.
323Chandi Prasad BhattIndia 2013Gandhi Peace PrizeEnvironmentalist, social activist and pioneer of the Chipko movement. Founded Dasholi Gram Swarajya Sangh (DGSS)
324ISROIndia 2014Gandhi Peace PrizeSpace agency of the Indian Govt. Objective is to advance space technology and deliver the applications of it
325Vivekananda KendraIndia 2015Gandhi Peace PrizeA Hindu spiritual organisation based on the principles preached by Swami Vivekananda
326Akshaya Patra FoundationIndia 2016Gandhi Peace PrizeA non-profit organisation in India that runs school lunch programme across India
327Sulabh InternationalIndia 2016Gandhi Peace PrizeA social service organization that works to promote human rights, environmental sanitation, non-conventional sources of energy, waste management and social reforms through education.
328Ekal Abhiyan TrustIndia 2017Gandhi Peace PrizeContribution in providing Education for Rural and Tribal Children in remote areas pan India, Rural Empowerment, Gender and Social Equality.
329Y?hei SasakawaJapan 2018Gandhi Peace PrizeFor his contribution in Leprosy Eradication in India and across the world.
330Qaboos bin Said Al SaidOman 2019Gandhi Peace PrizeFor contributions for social, economic and political transformation through non-violent and other Gandhian methods.
331Sheikh Mujibur RahmanBangladesh 2020Gandhi Peace PrizeFor his contributions towards social, economic and political transformation through non-violent and other Gandhian methods.
332Gita PressIndia 2021Gandhi Peace PrizeFor outstanding contributions towards social, economic and political transformation through non-violent and other Gandhian methods.
333Flora BrovinaKosovo 1993Millennium Peace Prize for Women Women Building Peace campaign
334Asma JahangirPakistan 1994Millennium Peace Prize for Women Women Building Peace campaign
335Hina JilaniPakistan 1994Millennium Peace Prize for Women Women Building Peace campaign
336Veneranda NzambazamariyaRwanda 1995Millennium Peace Prize for Women Women Building Peace campaign
337Ruta Pacifica de las Mujeres (Group)Colombia 1996Millennium Peace Prize for Women Women Building Peace campaign
338Leitana Nehan Women's Development Agency Group)Papua New Guinea 1997Millennium Peace Prize for Women Women Building Peace campaign
339Women in Black (Group)International1998Millennium Peace Prize for Women Women Building Peace campaign
340Zenon RossidesCyprus 1982U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
341Jorge IlluecaPanama 1983U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
342Javier Pérez de CuéllarPeru 1986U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
343Russell BarberUnited States 1986U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
344Vilayat KhanIndia 1991U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
345Guido de Marco Malta 1991U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
346Ganesh Man SinghNepal 1993U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
347Siddhartha Shankar RayIndia 1993U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
348Chidambaram SubramaniamIndia 1993U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
349James P. GrantUnited States 1994U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
350Mother TeresaIndia 1994U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
351Mikhail GorbachevRussia 1994U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
352Laxmi Mall SinghviIndia 1995U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
353Rafael Hernández ColónPuerto Rico 1995U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
354Desmond TutuSouth Africa 1995U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
355Nelson MandelaSouth Africa 1996U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
356Robert MugabeZimbabwe 1996U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
357Maurice StrongCanada 1996U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
358Chakravarthi V. NarasimhanIndia 1996U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
359Ananda GurugeSri Lanka 1997U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
360Vladimir PetrovskyRussia 1997U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
361Carl LewisUnited States 1997U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
36214th Dalai LamaChina 1997U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
363Inder Kumar GujralIndia 1997U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
364Dada VaswaniIndia 1998U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
365Pope John Paul IIPoland 1998U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
366Claiborne PellUnited States 1998U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
367Ja'afar of Negeri SembilanMalaysia 1998U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
368Mahathir MohamadMalaysia 1999U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
369Girija Prasad KoiralaNepal 1999U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
370Krishna Prasad BhattaraiNepal 1999U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
371Ted TurnerUnited States 1999U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
372Anwarul Karim ChowdhuryBangladesh 1999U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
373Svenn KristiansenNorway 2000U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
374Humayun Rashid ChoudhuryBangladesh 2000U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
375Gary AckermanUnited States 2000U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
376Sivaya SubramuniyaswamiUnited States 2000U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
377Atal Bihari VajpayeeIndia 2001U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
378James Parks MortonUnited States 2001U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
379Satchidananda SaraswatiIndia 2002U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
380Daw Aye Aye ThantMyanmar 2002U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
381Ravi ShankarIndia 2002U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
382Kurt Waldheim Austria 2004U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
383Ibrahim GambariUnited States 2007U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
384Bill PearlUnited States 2007U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
385Pascal Alan NazarethUnited States 2007U Thant Peace Awardfor dreating and promoting awards
386Alfred WordenUnited States 1971United Nation Peace MedalBy U Thant to Apollo 15 astronauts. First recipients.
387David ScottUnited States 1971United Nation Peace MedalBy U Thant for composing the music and text of a "Hymn to the United Nations"
388James IrwinUnited States 1971United Nation Peace Medal
389Pau Casals Spain 1971United Nation Peace MedalIn presenting the medal, UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim spoke of Selassie's support for UN principles and of his contribution to promote international peace and understanding. Selassie is the first Head of State to receive the medal.
390 W. H. AudenUnited States 1971United Nation Peace Medal
391Norman CousinsUnited States 1971United Nation Peace Medal
392Emperor Haile Selassie IEthiopia 1972United Nation Peace Medal
393Kathleen D'Olier CourtneyUnited Kingdom 1972United Nation Peace Medal
394Dixy Lee RayUnited States 1973United Nation Peace MedalBy Kurt Waldheim "for his significant contribution to international peace"
395Ada NorrisAustralia 1975United Nation Peace MedalBy Kurt Waldheim in Moscow "in recognition of his considerable and fruitful activities in favor of universal peace and people's security"
396Carl XVI Gustaf of SwedenSweden 1976United Nation Peace Medal
397King Khalid of Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia 1977United Nation Peace MedalFor a record entitled “Music for UNICEF”, the proceeds of which were donated to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
398Leonid BrezhnevRussia 1977United Nation Peace Medal
399Obert C. TannerUnited States 1978United Nation Peace MedalBy Kurt Waldheim. Chair of the UNESCO international commission for peace.
400Bee GeesAustralia 1978United Nation Peace MedalFor his work on the World Fertility Survey
401Nobusuke KishiJapan 1979United Nation Peace MedalBy Kurt Waldheim
402Estefania Aldaba-LimPhilippinis 1979United Nation Peace MedalBy Javier Pérez de Cuéllar to his predecessor as Secretary-General
403Maurice KendallUnited Kingdom 1980United Nation Peace Medal
404Carlos RomuloPhilippinis 1981United Nation Peace MedalBy Javier Pérez de Cuéllar after a screening of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial at the UN.
405Kurt WaldheimAustralia 1982United Nation Peace Medalthe President Soka Gakkai International and Honorary President of Soka Gakkai.
406Ry?ichi SasakawaJapan 1982United Nation Peace MedalBy Javier Pérez de Cuéllar to the administrative head of Brahma Kumaris at a conference of NGOs.
407Steven SpielbergUnited States 1982United Nation Peace Medal
408Daisaku IkedaJapan 1983United Nation Peace MedalBy Javier Perez de Cuellar for contributions to the United Nations in Canada and abroad.
409Dadi PrakashmaniIndia 1984United Nation Peace MedalBy Phyllis Kraminsky in Washington, D.C., for producing We Are The World
410Jiddu KrishnamurtiIndia 1985United Nation Peace Medal
411Firdaus KharasCanada 1985United Nation Peace MedalFor his "extraordinary efforts to promote peace, dialogue, and free elections in several critical parts of the world".
412Ken KragenUnited States 1985United Nation Peace MedalBy Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, for his anti-apartheid activism
413Eric BogleScotland 1986United Nation Peace MedalBy Boutros Boutros-Ghali to his predecessor as Secretary-General
414Allen WeinsteinUnited States 1986United Nation Peace MedalGermany honors "Mama Africa" for her Human Rights Engagement
415Bill CosbyUnited States 1987United Nation Peace MedalFor a solo concert at Carnegie Hall to fund scholarships for descendants of United Nations Command veterans of the Korean War
416Javier Pérez de CuéllarPeru 1992United Nation Peace MedalBy Boutros Boutros-Ghali to his predecessor as Secretary-General
417Miriam MakebaSouth Africa 2001United Nation Peace MedalGermany honors "Mama Africa" for her Human Rights Engagement
418Lim Hyung-jooSouth Korea 2010United Nation Peace MedalFor a solo concert at Carnegie Hall to fund scholarships for descendants of United Nations Command veterans of the Korean War
419Pro-femmes Twese HamweRwanda 1996UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
420Narayan DesaiIndia 1998UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
421Joint Action Committee for People's RightsPakistan 1998UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
422Pope Shenouda IIIEgypt 2000UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
423Aung San Suu KyiMyanmar 2002UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
424Taslima NasreenBangladesh 2004UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
425Veerasingham AnandasangareeSri Lanka 2006UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
426François HoutartBelgium 2009UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
427Abdul Sattar EdhiPakistan 2009UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
428Anarkali Kaur HonaryarAfghanistan 2011UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
429Khaled Abu AwwadPalestine 2011UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
430Ibrahim Ag IdbaltanatMali 2014UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
431Francisco Javier Estevez ValenciaChile 2014UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
432Federal Research and Methodological Center for Tolerance, Psychology and EducationRussia 2016UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
433Ms Manon Barbeau, Canadian filmmaker & President and Founder of Wapikoni Mobile[Canada 2018UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
434The Coexist Initiative, Kenyan NGOKenya 2018UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
435Centre Résolution ConflitsCongo 2020UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
436Franca Ma-ih Sulem YongCameroon 2022UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizefor the promotion of tolerance and non-violance for advancing the spirit of tolerance in the Arts, Education, Culture, Science & Communication
455Helena KekkonenFinland 1981UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
456World Organization of the Scout MovementSwitzerland 1981UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
457Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)Sweden 1982UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
458Pax Christi InternationalFrance 1983UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
459IPPNW (International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War)United States 1984UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
460Indar Jit RikhyeIndia 1985UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
461Georg-Eckert-Institut für Internationale SchulbuchforschungGermany 1985UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
462Paulo FreireBrazil 1986UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
463Laurence DeonnaSwitzerland 1987UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
464"Servicio Paz y Justicia en America Latina"Costa Rica 1987UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
465Frère RogerFrance 1988UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
466Robert MullerFrance 1989UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
467International Peace Research Association (IPRA)Belgium 1989UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
468Rigoberta Menchú TumGuatemala 1990UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
469World Order Models Project (WOMP)United States 1990UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
470Ruth Leger SivardUnited States 1991UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
471Cours Sainte Marie de HannSenegal 1991UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
472Mother TeresaIndia 1992UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
473Madeleine de VitsBelgium 1993UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
474Graduate Institute of Peace Studies at Kyung Hee UniversitySouth Korea 1993UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
475Prayudh PayuttoThailand 1994UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
476Study Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution (Austria) Austria 1995UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
477Chiara LubichItaly 1996UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
478Francois GiraudFrance 1997UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
479Educators for Peace and Mutual UnderstandingUkraine 1998UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
480Fridtjof Nansen AcademyNorway 1998UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
481World Court ProjectNew Zealand 1998UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
482Ulpan Akiva Netanya Israel 1998UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
483Asociación Madres de Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires,Argentina 1999UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
484Verein für Friedenspädagogik, TübingenGermany 1999UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
485Toh Swee-Hin (Australian Peace Educator)Australia 2000UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
486Jewish-Arab Centre for Peace EducationIsrael 2001UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
487Bishop Nelson Onono OnwengUganda 2001UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
488City Montessori SchoolIndia 2002UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
489Emile Shoufani (Greek-Catholic Archimandrite in Nazareth)Israel 2003UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
490 Christopher Gregory WeeramantrySri Lanka 2006UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
491 Fundación para la ReconciliaciónColombia 2006UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
492 Institute for Justice and ReconciliationSouth Africa 2008UNESCO Prize for Peace Educationexcellent effort in the drive to reach a better quality education.
493Paul-Émile LégerCanada 1979Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
494J. King GordonCanada 1980Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
495E. L. M. BurnsCanada 1981Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
496Hugh L. KeenleysideCanada 1982Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
497George-Henri LévesqueCanada 1983Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
498George IgnatieffCanada 1984Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
499Lois Miriam WilsonCanada 1985Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
500Meyer BrownstoneCanada 1986Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
501Nancy Meek PocockCanada 1987Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
502Edward ScottCanada 1988Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
503Maurice StrongCanada 1989Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
504Murray ThomsonCanada 1990Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
505Muriel DuckworthCanada 1991Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
506Eric HoskinsCanada 1992Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
507Escott ReidCanada 1993Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
508Martin ConnellCanada 1994Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
509Gisèle Côté-HarperCanada 1995Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
510Gerry BarrCanada 1996Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
511Hanna NewcombeCanada 1997Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
512Pat Roy MooneyCanada 1998Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
513Flora MacDonaldCanada 1999Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
514No award madeCanada 2000Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
515Ursula M. FranklinCanada 2001Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
516Alex MorrisonCanada 2002Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
517Stephen LewisCanada 2003Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
518Roméo DallaireCanada 2004Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
519No award madeCanada 2005 - 2009Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
520Ernie RegehrCanada 2010Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
521Donald S. EthellCanada 2013Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
522Nigel FisherCanada 2014Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
523Louise ArbourCanada 2016Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
524Lloyd AxworthyCanada 2017Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
525Willie LittlechildCanada 2018Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
526No award madeCanada 2019 - 2020Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
527Beverly McLachlinCanada 2021Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
528John McGarryCanada 2022Pearson Medal of Peacecontribution towards international service
529Tadatoshi AkibaJapan 2006Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
530No winner2007Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
531Prince Hassan bin TalalJordan 2008Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
532Louise ArbourCanada 2009Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
533Sally ArmstrongCanada 2010Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
534Vandana ShivaIndia 2011Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
535Izzeldin AbuelaishCanada 2012Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
536Emmanuel JalCanada 2013Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
537Samantha NuttCanada 2014Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
538Roméo DallaireCanada 2015Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
539Murray SinclairCanada 2016Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
540Marie WilsonCanada 2016Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
541Wilton LittlechildCanada 2016Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
542Douglas RocheCanada 2017Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
543Rosalie AbellaCanada 2018Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
544Anote TongChina 2019Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
545Stephanie NolenCanada 2020Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
546No winnerCanada 2021Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
547Fatima HassanSouth Africa 2022Calgary Peace Prizeglobal work for supporting peace and non-violance
548Cindy SheehanUnited States 2008American Peace Awardpromoting and preservation of world peace
549Rosalynn CarterUnited States 2009American Peace Awardpromoting and preservation of world peace
550Jimmy CarterUnited States 2009American Peace Awardpromoting and preservation of world peace
551Greg MortensonUnited States 2010American Peace Awardpromoting and preservation of world peace
552Roy BourgeoisUnited States 2011American Peace Awardpromoting and preservation of world peace
553Niels BohrDenmark 1957Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
554George C. de HevesyHungary 1958Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
555Leó SzilárdHungary 1959Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
556Eugene Paul WignerHungary 1959Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
557Alvin M. WeinbergUnited States 1960Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
558Walter Henry ZinnCanada 1960Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
559Sir John CockcroftUnited Kingdom 1961Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
560Edwin M. McMillanUnited States 1963Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
561Vladimir I. VekslerRussia 1963Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
562Isidor I. RabiUnited States 1967Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
563W. Bennett LewisCanada 1967Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
564Bertrand GoldschmidtFrance 1967Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
565Sigvard EklundSweden 1968Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
566Abdus SalamPakistan 1968Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
567Henry DeWolf SmythUnited States 1968Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
568Aage BohDenmark 1969Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
569Ben Roy MottelsonUnited States 1969Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
570Floyd L. Culler, Jr.United States 1969Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
571Henry KaplanUnited States 1969Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
572Anthony L. TurkevichUnited States 1969Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
573Mikhail IoffeRussia 1969Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
574Compton A. RennieEngland 1969Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
575Dwight D. EisenhowerUnited States 1969Atoms for Peace Awarddevelopment and application of peaceful nuclear technology
576Dr. Jehan SadatEgypt 1993Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
577Dr. M. Scott PeckUnited States 1994Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
578Lily Ho PeckSingapore 1994Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
579Marian Wright EdelmanUnited States 1995Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
580Senator Juan MPhilippinis 1997Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
581Rev. Dr. Marie Fortune, founder of FaithTrust InstituteUnited States 1998Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
582Dr. Jane GoodallEngland 1999Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
583Dr. John Paul LederachUnited States 2000Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
584Dr. Swanee HuntUnited States 2001Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
585Ms. Ela Gandhi, MP, ANC, South AfricaSouth Africa 2002Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
586Dr. Jean Vanier (revoked)Canada 2003Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
587Rev. James LawsonUnited States 2004Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
588Craig KielburgerCanada 2005Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
589Dr. Howard ZehrUnited States 2006Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
590Dolores HuertaUnited States 2007Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
591Virgilio ElizondoMexico 2007Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
592Koinonia PartnersGeorgia 2008Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
593Dr. Halima BashirSudan 2009Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
594Greg MortensonUnited States 2010Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
595Terry Tempest WilliamsUnited States 2011Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
596Tadatoshi AkibaJapan 2012Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
597John L. BellScotland 2013Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
598Bread for the WorldUnited States 2014Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
599Leymah GboweeLibya 2016Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
600Gary WhiteUnited States 2019Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
601Sister Andrea KantnerUnited States 2020Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
602Community Peacemaker TeamsUnited States 2023Community of Christ International Peace Awardworking for peace making
603Alva MyrdalSweden 1980Albert Einstein Peace PrizeFor "her outspoken insistence on action by the great powers toward control over their nuclear competition and for her major contributions to the achievement of the Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty of 1963, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty of 1969, and agreements prohibiting the deployment of nuclear weapons on the seabed and in space."
604George F. KennanUnited States 1981Albert Einstein Peace Prize"For his continuing efforts to reduce tension between the United States and the Soviet Union and the world in general." Kennan had not heard of the prize when informed he had won it. His conferral ceremony was attended by members of the Reagan administration and Anatoly Dobrynin.
605McGeorge BundyUnited States 1982Albert Einstein Peace PrizeJoint award for opposing pre-emptive nuclear strikes
606Robert McNamaraUnited States 1982Albert Einstein Peace PrizeJoint award for opposing pre-emptive nuclear strikes
607Gerard C. SmithUnited States 1982Albert Einstein Peace PrizeJoint award for opposing pre-emptive nuclear strikes
608Joseph BernardinUnited States 1983Albert Einstein Peace Prizefor his part in drafting the U.S. bishops' pastoral letter calling for new arms agreements
609Pierre TrudeauCanada 1984Albert Einstein Peace Prizefor working to promote disarmament
610Willy BrandtGermany 1985Albert Einstein Peace Prizewiderange effort on behalf of peace.
611Olof PalmeSweden 1986Albert Einstein Peace PrizeAwarded posthumously for "wide-ranging efforts on behalf of peace"
612Andrei SakharovRussia 1988Albert Einstein Peace PrizeFearless commitment in upholding the fundamental principles for peace
613Mikhail GorbachevRussia 1990Albert Einstein Peace PrizeContribution to peace and mutual understanding among people.
614Joseph RotblatUnited Kingdom 1992Albert Einstein Peace PrizeConferred at a conference marking the fiftieth anniversary of Chicago Pile-1.
615Hans BetheGermany 1992Albert Einstein Peace PrizeConferred at a conference marking the fiftieth anniversary of Chicago Pile-1.
616Martin DentUnited Kingdom 2001Gandhi International Peace AwardJubilee 2000 Internation colliation for cancellation of 3rd world debt.
617Bill Peters.United Kingdom 2001Gandhi International Peace AwardJubilee 2000 Internation colliation for cancellation of 3rd world debt.
618Denis HallidayIreland 2003Gandhi International Peace AwardIn his acceptance speech, he described Gandhi as one of his formative influences.
619Helen StevenScotland 2004Gandhi International Peace Award for their non-violent campaigning against weapons of mass destruction
620Ellen MoxleyScotland 2005Gandhi International Peace Award for their non-violent campaigning against weapons of mass destruction
621David EdwardsUnited Kingdom 2007Gandhi International Peace AwardIn his acceptance speech, Cromwell cited Gandhi's maxim that "non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind".
622David CromwellUnited Kingdom 2007Gandhi International Peace AwardIn his acceptance speech, Cromwell cited Gandhi's maxim that "non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind".
623Coram Children's Legal Centre (CLC)United Kingdom 2009Gandhi International Peace Awardfor children's right
624The Parents Circle-Families Forum (PC-FF)Palestine/Israel2010Gandhi International Peace Awardfor supporting families who have lost immediate family member due to conflict.
625Binayak SenIndia 2011Gandhi International Peace Awardfor his humanitarian work with India's Adivasis. The award was presented by Lord Bhikhu Parekh.
626Bulu ImamIndia 2012Gandhi International Peace Awardfor his humanitarian work with India's Adivasis. The award was presented by Lord Bhikhu Parekh.
627St. John of Jerusalem Eye Hospital GroupIsrael 2012Gandhi International Peace Award for their humanitarian work.
628Jeremy CorbynUnited Kingdom 2013Gandhi International Peace Awardfor his "consistent efforts over a 30 year Parliamentary career to uphold the Gandhian values of social justice and non-violence."
629Godric BaderUnited Kingdom 2014Gandhi International Peace Awardfor "the alternative business model created by him and his family."
630The Scott Bader CommonwealthUnited Kingdom 2014Gandhi International Peace Awardfor "the alternative business model created by him and his family."
631Bike for Peace founders Tore Nærland and Frank Tomlinson.Norway 2015Gandhi International Peace Awardfor spreading peace.
632Peter TatchellUnited Kingdom 2016Gandhi International Peace Awardfor his "consistent dedication over many decades in promoting human and gay rights".
633Ramzi Aburedwan and his organisation, Al Kamandjâti, Palestine 2017Gandhi International Peace Awardfor teaching music skills to children in the Occupied Palestinian territories and south Lebanon.
634Victoria Tauli-CorpuzPhilippinis 2018Gandhi International Peace Awardfor indegenos people's fundamental rights
635Roger MoodyUnited Kingdom 2019Gandhi International Peace AwardFor people's rights for mines.
636Esther Trienekins of Action Village India.United Kingdom 2022Gandhi International Peace Awardfor strenthening the livelhood of indian rural communities.
637Saidie PattersonNorthern Ireland 1977World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
638Anwar SadatEgypt 1978World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
639Abel HendricksSouth Africa 1980World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
640Donald Soper, Baron SoperGreat Britain 1981World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
641Kenneth MewZimbabwe 1982World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
642Tai-Young LeeNorth Korea 1984World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
643Jimmy CarterUnited States 1985World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
644Sir Alan WalkerAustralia 1986World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
645Lady Winifred WalkerAustralia 1986World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
646Bert BissellUnited Kingdom 1987World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
647Woodrow Bradley SealsUnited States 1987World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
648Gordon WilsonNorthern Ireland 1988World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
649Mikhail GorbachevUSSR 1990World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
650Bärbel BohleyGermany 1991World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
651Zdravko BeslovBulgaria 1992World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
652Bishop Elias ChacourPalestine 1994World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
653Stanley MogobaSouth Africa 1996World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
654Community of Sant'EgidioItaly 1997World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
655Kofi AnnanGhana 1998World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
656Grandmothers of the Plaza de MayoArgentina 1999World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
657Nelson MandelaSouth Africa 2000World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
658Evangelist Joseph Rice HaleUnited States 2001World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
659Boris TrajkovskiMacedonia 2002World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
660Casimira RodríguezVenezuela 2003World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
661Millard FullerUnited States 2004World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
662Habitat for HumanityUnited States 2004World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
663Bishop Lawi ImathiuKenya 2005World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
664Sunday MbangNigeria 2006World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
665Harold GoodNorthern Ireland 2007World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
666Helen PrejeanUnited States 2008World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
667Jeannine BrabonColombia 2009World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
668Rosalind ColwillNigeria 2011World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
669Joy BalazoPhilippinis 2012World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
670MarionAngola 2013World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
671Anita WayBrazil 2013World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
672Dr. HughAlgeria 2014World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
673Shirliann JohnsonAlgeria 2014World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
674Jo Anne LyonUnited States 2015World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
675Nassar FamilyIsrael 2017World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
676Tent of NationsPalestine 2017World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
677Methodist Churches (OPCEMI)Italy 2017World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
678Inderjit BhogalUnited Kingdom 2018World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
679 James T. LaneyUnited States 2019World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
680John K. YambasuSierra Leone 2020World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
681Rev. Olav PärnametsEstonia 2021World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
682Rev. Ebenezer JosephSri Lanka 2022World Methodist Peace Awardsignificant contribution to peace restoration, reconcilliation and justice on the basis of courage, creativity and consistancy.
683John Howard GriffinUnited States 1964Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor his "powerful book, Black Like Me, which has showed us how we are too often judged not by the content of our character but by the color of our skin."
684John F. KennedyUnited States 1964Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "awakened in us a hope that no problem was too great to conquer — race relations, violence or poverty — when citizens work together" (posthumously awarded)
685Martin Luther King Jr.United States 1965Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "challenged us to dream of a world transformed through nonviolent civil rights activism."
686Sargent ShriverUnited States 1966Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "taught us that one person can indeed make a difference."
687A. Philip RandolphUnited States 1967Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor his "efforts to organize railway employees convinced us that the dignity of work must be rewarded with a just wage."
688James GroppiUnited States 1968Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor "waking people to the injustice of unfair housing and racial prejudice in Milwaukee."
689Saul AlinskyUnited States 1969Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "taught people how to organize and to act together in promoting justice in society."
690Dorothy DayUnited States 1972Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "founded the Catholic Worker Movement and reminded us to look for Christ in the faces of the poor."
691Harold HughesUnited States 1974Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "brought the message of the Gospel to the cause of equal education, civil rights and opposition to capital punishment."
692Hélder CâmaraBrazil 1975Pacem in Terris Peace Awardas "gentle shepherd of the poor of northwestern Brazil, who embraced the impoverished and gave sharp prophecy to the wealthy."
693Mother Teresa, M.C.India 1976Pacem in Terris Peace Awardwho "gave hope to the desperate and offered light to those living in abject poverty."
694Thomas GumbletonUnited States 1979Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "challenged church leadership to embrace nonviolence instead of the just war theory."
695Crystal Lee SuttonUnited States 1980Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "organized labor in the South and reminded us that equal work demands equal pay."
696Ernest Leo UnterkoeflerUnited States 1980Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "advocated for the rights of workers and helped to buoy the labor movement among the poor in Appalachia."
697George F. KennanUnited States 1982Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "realized that the only hope for solving the world's problems lies in abandoning violence."
698Helen CaldicottUnited States 1983Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having " spoken on behalf of the world's children in the face of possible nuclear holocaust."
699Joseph BernardinUnited States 1985Pacem in Terris Peace Award"through his notion of the consistent ethic of life and the seamless garment taught us that all life is God-given and therefore precious."
700Maurice John DingmanUnited States 1986Pacem in Terris Peace Award"through his love for the land worked for peace and justice and reminded all of us of our roots in the soil."
701Desmond TutuSouth Africa 1987Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "helped free South Africa from the yoke of apartheid, teaching the entire world that racial injustice is sacrilege."
702Eileen EganUnited States 1989Pacem in Terris Peace Award"through her work with Pax Christi and Catholic Relief Services addressed the world's problems through missionary zeal and creative nonviolence."
703Mairead MaguireUnited States 1990Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "become a global force against violence in the name of religion."
704María Julia HernándezEl Salvador 1991Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "directed the Human Rights Committee and spoke for the victims of the long civil war in El Salvador."
705Cesar ChavezUnited States 1992Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "become a passionate voice for workers who have long been disenfranchised."
706Daniel Berrigan, S.J.United States 1993Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "offered powerful witness on behalf of peace and justice."
707Jim WallisIreland 1995Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having " brought people of faith to espouse radical social engagement."
708Samuel RuizMexico 1996Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "lent great courage to his fight against violence and injustice inflicted against the poor and oppressed of Chiapas, Mexico."
709James W. DouglassUnited States 1997Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "been steadfast in their efforts to build a world of peace based on justice."
710Shelley DouglassUnited States 1997Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "been steadfast in their efforts to build a world of peace based on justice."
711Helen Prejean, C.S.J.United States 1998Pacem in Terris Peace Award"through her loving presence on death row has fostered reconciliation and spiritual healing."
712Adolfo Pérez EsquivelArgentina 1999Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "inspired the world with his Gospel-rooted work on behalf of Argentina's 'disappeared ones.'"
713George G. HigginsUnited States 2000Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "wove together communities of faith and organized labor to support economic justice."
714Lech Wa??saPoland 2001Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "become a global leader for freedom and democracy."
715Gwen Hennessey, O.S.F.United States 2002Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "devoted their lives and ministry to local activism on global issues of peace and justice."
716Dorothy Hennessey, O.S.F.United States 2002Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "devoted their lives and ministry to local activism on global issues of peace and justice."
717Arthur SimonUnited States 2004Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "shown how one person can make a difference alleviating world hunger."
718Donald MosleyUnited States 2005Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "served others by offering hospitality to refugees, housing for the homeless and mediation to situations of war."
719Salim GhazalLebanon 2007Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "worked with Muslims and Christians to promote reconciliation, peace and hope for young people and others displaced by Lebanon's civil war."
720Marvin MottetUnited States 2008Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "devoted his life to walking the two feet of social action: direct service and social justice."
721Hildegard Goss-Mayr Austria 2009Pacem in Terris Peace Award"one of the world's leading experts on nonviolence, a teacher, visionary and pioneer who helped forge a new path toward peace on earth for all humanity."
722John DearUnited States 2010Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "delivered the message of the nonviolent Jesus in word and deed in confronting nuclear arms manufacturing and use."
723Álvaro Leonel Ramazzini ImeriGuatemala 2011Pacem in Terris Peace Award"for his continuing efforts on behalf of Guatemala's most vulnerable communities, the indigenous people of Guatemala."
724Kim BoboUnited States 2012Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "educated a nation about the prevalence of wage theft and injustice that disproportionately affects the poor amongst us."
725Jean VanierCanada 2013Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "founded L’Arche, an international, faith-based federation of communities where people with and without intellectual disabilities share life together."
726Simone CampbellUnited States 2014Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "organized the "Nuns on the Bus" Campaign in 2012 that riveted the nation's attention. She is the driving force for programs and policies that support faith, families and fairness."
727Thích Nh?t H?nhVietnam 2015Pacem in Terris Peace Award"honored for his lifelong commitment to peace and for his inspired, dedicated work to bridge Eastern and Western spiritual traditions."
728Gustavo Gutiérrez, O.P.Peru 2016Pacem in Terris Peace Award"recognized as a prominent figure in Latin American Catholicism with his book A Theology on Liberation led many to view him as the founder of liberation theology."
729Widad AkrawiIraq 2017Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "cofounded the human rights organization, Defend International."
730Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai LamaTibet 2019Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "worked tirelessly for peace and justice and advocates for human dignity for all in Asia."
731Munib YounanPalestine 2019Pacem in Terris Peace Awardfor having "committed to cultivating peace by building bridges among religions."
732Norma Pimentel, M.J.United States 2022Pacem in Terris Peace Award"for her dedication to serving asylum seekers as executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley in the Brownsville Diocese in Texas."
733Lien ChanTaiwan 2010Confucius Peace Prizefor positive ties between Taiwan and Mainland china.
734Vladimir PutinRussia 2011Confucius Peace Prizefor his opposition to NATO's Libya action.
735Kofi AnnanSouth Africa 2012Confucius Peace Prizefor having revitalised the UN and having given priority to Human Right.
736Yuan LongpingChina 2013Confucius Peace Prizefor outstanding contribution towards agricultural research.
737YichengChina 2013Confucius Peace Prizefor his work as chairman of the Buddhist Association of China and his contribution for Chinese Buddhism.
738Fidel CastroCuba 2014Confucius Peace Prize"never used any violence or force when faced with problems and conflicts in international relations, especially in Cuba's relationship with the United States."
739Robert MugabeZimbabwe 2015Confucius Peace Prizefor working tirelessly to build the political and economics stability of Zimbabwe.
740 Shen LiangliangChina 2016Confucius Peace Prizeserving on the mission in Mali
741Yang ShupengChina 2016Confucius Peace Prizeserving on the mission in South Sudan
742Li LeiChina 2016Confucius Peace Prizeserving on the mission in South Sudan
743Hun SenCambodia 2017Confucius Peace Prizefor his patriotic oppertunism than official response
744Parliamentarians for Global Action –1986Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
745Mikhail GorbachevSoviet Union 1987Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
746Gro Harlem BrundtlandNorway 1988Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
747UNICEFUnited Nations1989Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
748Sam NujomaNamibia 1990Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
749Rajiv GandhiIndia 1991Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
750Saburo OkitaJapan 1992Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
751Václav Havel Czech Republic 1993Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
752Trevor HuddlestonUnited Kingdom 1994Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
753Olusegun ObasanjoNigeria 1995Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
754Médecins Sans FrontièresFrance 1996Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
755Jimmy CarterUnited States 1997Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
756Muhammad YunusBangladesh 1998Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
757M. S. SwaminathanIndia 1999Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
758Mary RobinsonIreland 2000Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
759Sadako OgataJapan 2001Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
760Shridath RamphalGuyana 2002Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
761Kofi AnnanGhana 2003Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
762Maha Chakri SirindhornThailand 2004Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
763Hamid KarzaiAfghanistan 2005Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
764Wangari MaathaiKenya 2006Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
765Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationUnited States 2007Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
766Mohamed ElBaradeiEgypt 2008Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
767Sheikh HasinaBangladesh 2009Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
768Luiz Inacio Lula da SilvaBrazil 2010Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
769Ela BhattIndia 2011Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
770Ellen Johnson SirleafLiberia 2012Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
771Angela MerkelGermany 2013Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
772Indian Space Research OrganisationIndia 2014Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
773UNHCR United Nations2015Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
774Manmohan SinghIndia 2017Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
775Centre for Science and EnvironmentIndia 2018Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
776Sir David AttenboroughUnited Kingdom 2019Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
777PrathamIndia 2021Indira Gandhi Prizecreative efforts toward promoting international peace, development and a new international economic order; ensuring that scientific discoveries are used for the larger good of humanity, and enlarging the scope of freedom.
778Tenzin Gyatso ( 14th Dalai Lama )China 2019Gandhi Mandela Awardscarried legacies of Mahatma Gandhi & Nelson Mandela.
779Dom Hélder CâmaraBrazil 1983Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
780Homer A. JackUnited States 1984Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
781Zhao PuchuChina 1985Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
782Philip A. PotterDominican Republic 1986Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
783World Muslim CongressPakistan 1987Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
784Etai YamadaJapan 1989Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
785Norman CousinsUnited States 1990Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
786Dr. Hildegard Goss-MayrAustria 1991Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
787A. T. AriyaratneSri Lanka 1992Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
788Neve Shalom/Wahat al-SalamIsrael 1993Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
789Cardinal Paulo Evaristo Arns, Archbishop of Sao PauloBrazil 1994Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
790M. AramIndia 1995Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
791Marii HasegawaUnited States 1996Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
792Corrymeela CommunityNorthern Ireland 1997Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
793Maha GhosanandaCambodia 1998Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
794Community of Sant'EgidioItaly 1999Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
795Kang Won YongSouth Korea 2000Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
796Elias Chacour, bishop of the Melkite-Catholic ChuchIsrael 2001Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
797Samuel Ruiz García, Bishop Emeritus of San Cristobal de las CasasMexico 2002Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
798Dr. Scilla ElworthyUnited Kingdom 2003Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
799Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative (ARLPI)Uganda 2004Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
800Dr. Hans KüngSwitzerland 2005Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
801Rabbis for Human RightsIsrael 2006Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
802Master Cheng Yen (Tzu-Chi,
the Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu-Chi Foundation)
Taiwan 2007Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
803Prince El Hassan bin TalalJordan 2008Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
804Reverend Canon Gideon ByamugishaUganda 2009Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
805Ela BhattIndia 2010Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
806Sulak SivaraksaThailand 2011Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
807Rosalina TuyucGuatemala 2012Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
808Gunnar StålsettNorway 2013Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
809Dena MerriamUnited States 2014Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
810Esther IbangaNigeria 2015Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
811Center for Peace Building and Reconciliation (CPBR)Sri Lanka 2016Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
812Munib YounanPalestine 2017Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
813Adyan FoundationLebanon 2018Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
814John Paul LederachUnited States 2019Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
815Ven. Pomnyun SunimSouth Korea 2020Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
816Venerable Shih Chao-hweiTaiwan 2021Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
817Michael LapsleySouth Africa 2022Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
818Rajagopal P. V.India 2023Niwano Peace Prizeinter-religious cooperation in the cause of peace.
819Hon. John MoustosGreece 2017Gusi Peace PrizeBanking and Finance
820Hon. Lascelles ChinJamaica 2017Gusi Peace PrizeHumanatarianism and social service
821Dr. Ronald HardenGreat Britain 2017Gusi Peace Prizeeducational medicine
822Hon. Mhd. Abdulaziz Suleiman AI-AfaleqSaudi Arabia 2017Gusi Peace Prizejob alleviation
823Dr. Ashok Kumar Yogendra GuptaIndia 2017Gusi Peace Prizemedicine-cardiovascular surgery
824Dr. Pauline Jean Roselle UbialPhilippinis 2017Gusi Peace Prizemedicine and public service
825Dr. Leilani Mercado AsisPhilippinis 2017Gusi Peace Prizeeducational medicine and patient care
826Hon. Asif ChowdhuryBangladesh 2017Gusi Peace Prizebusiness ecomonics
827Dr. Wang Yao XianChina 2017Gusi Peace Prizemedicine naturapathy
828Engr. Khalid IsmaelEgypt 2017Gusi Peace Prizetechnological engineering and scientific research
829Dr. Fiorentino De Araujo Cardoso FilhoBrazil 2017Gusi Peace Prizeoncological medicine
830Dr. Nikolai Korpan Austria 2017Gusi Peace Prizemedicine cryo surgery
831Dr. Susana PesisArgentina 2018Gusi Peace Prizeeconomics
832Dr. Isaias Salas HeirraCosta Rica 2018Gusi Peace Prizemedicine, medicine pain management and palliative care
833Engr. Dawit TesfayeEthiopia 2018Gusi Peace Prizeengineering science of fabrication of insecticide nets against malaria.
834Dr. Peter SeebergerGermany 2018Gusi Peace Prizescientif research of Tesfa llg (Hope of Africa Healthcare)
835Dr. Madalena PatricioPortugal 2018Gusi Peace Prizeacademe
836Hon. Faruk CengicTurkey 2018Gusi Peace Prizeecononic sustainabilities and development ethics
837Prof. Lincoln Mc CurdyUnited States 2018Gusi Peace Prizesocial service
838Lucas P. BersaminPhilippinis 2018Gusi Peace PrizeHumanatarian Law
839Brig. General. Antonio L. TamayoPhilippinis 2018Gusi Peace Prizeacademic excellence
840Prof. Malcolm MccullochSouth Africa 2018Gusi Peace Prizesustainable energy technology
841Dr. Mirza Ikhtiar BaigPakistan 2018Gusi Peace Prizesocial service
842Prof. Katte Bharathiramachar AkhileshIndia 2018Gusi Peace Prizeengineering research on future technology
843Dr. Gerhardt Wolfgang SennewaldGermany 2018Gusi Peace Prizemedicine-hiperthermic oncology
844Dr. Paul BeaverAustralia 2018Gusi Peace Prizenutrigenomics
845Dr. Jose Ricardo Navarro De VergasColombia 2018Gusi Peace Prizeanesthesiology
846Operation BrotherhoodPhilippinis 1958Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"in acknowledgement of the spirit of service to other peoples in a time of need, with which it was conceived and has been carried forward, as well as the international amity it has fostered."
847No Award1959Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award
848Y.C. James YenTaiwan 1960Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his continuing concern for the whole man and molding his social institutions, rather than simply refashioning the physical environment."
849Genevieve CaulfieldUnited States 1961Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for her international citizenship and guidance to full and useful lives of those in other lands afflicted like herself."
850Mother Teresa, M.C.Albania 1962Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for her merciful cognizance of the abject poor of a foreign land, in whose service she has led a new congregation."
851Peace Corps in AsiaUnited States 1963Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"in recognition of the Peace Corps Volunteers serving in the Near East, Africa and Latin America."
852Welthy Honsinger FisherUnited States 1964Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for her unstinting personal commitment to the cause of literacy in India and other Asian countries whose teachers have sought her guidance."
853Bayanihan Folk Arts CenterPhilippinis 1965Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for their projection of a warm and artistic portrayal of the Filipino people to audiences on five continents."
854Committee for Coordination of Investigations of the Lower Mekong Basin and Cooperating EntitiesCambodia 1966Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for its purposeful progress toward harnessing one of Asia's greatest river systems, setting aside divisive national interests in deference to regional opportunities."
855Shiroshi NasuJapan 1967Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his practical humanitarianism, enhancing cooperation in agriculture by learning through multinational experience."
856Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere (CARE)United States 1968Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for its constructive humanitarianism, fostering dignity among the needy in Asia and on three other continents for over 22 years."
857International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)United States 1969Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for its seven years of innovative, interdisciplinary teamwork by Asian and Western scientists, unprecedented in scope, that is achieving radical, rapid advances in rice culture."
858No Award1970Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award
859Sabur? ?kitaJapan 1971Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his sustained and forceful advocacy of genuine Japanese partnership in the economic progress of her Asian neighbors."
860Summer Institute of LinguisticsUnited States 1973Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for its inspired outreach to non-literate tribespeople, recording and teaching them to read their own languages and enhancing their participation in the larger community of man."
861William Masterson, S.J.United States 1974Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his multinational education and inspiration of rural leaders prompting their return to and love of the land."
862Patrick James McGlinchey, S.S.C.M.E.Ireland 1975Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for mobilizing international support and foreign volunteers to modernize livestock farming in his adopted country."
863Henning Holck-LarsenDenmark 1976Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his signal contribution towards India's technical modernization, complementing industrialization with human concern."
864College of Agriculture, University of the Philippines at Los Baños (UPLB)Philippinis 1977Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for its quality of teaching and research, fostering a sharing of knowledge in modernizing Southeast Asian agriculture."
865Soedjatmoko MangoendiningratIndonesia 1978Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his persuasive presentation of the case for developing Asia's basic needs in the councils of world decision making."
866Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)Indonesia 1979Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for its supplanting national jealousies that led to confrontation, with increasingly effective cooperation, goodwill among the neighboring peoples of Southeast Asia."
867Shigeharu MatsumotoJapan 1980Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for building constructive relations between Japanese and others through shared knowledge of their diverse histories, needs and national aspirations."
868Augustine Joung KangSouth Korea 1981Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his practical democracy and use of regional cooperation to foster economically and humanly sound credit unions."
869Aloysius SchwartzUnited States 1983Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for mobilizing European and American support to succor acutely deprived Korean youngsters, homeless elderly and infirm."
870Jiro KawakitaJapan 1984Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for winning the participating of remote Nepalese villagers in researching their problems, resulting in practical benefits of potable water supplies and rapid ropeway transport across mountain gorges."
871Harold Ray WatsonUnited States 1985Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for encouraging international utilization of the Sloping Agricultural Lang Technology created by him and his coworkers to help the poorest of small tropical farmers."
872International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR)Philippinis 1986Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for its training of agrarian development workers from four continents, enabling them to share experience and ideas for more effective progress."
873Richard William Timm, C.S.C.United States 1987Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his 35 years of sustained commitment of mind and heart to helping Bangladeshis build their national life."
874The Royal ProjectThailand 1988Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for its concerted national and international effort to curtail opium growing by bringing worthy livelihoods to Thailand’s hill tribes."
875Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)Thailand 1989Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for shaping a new generation of engineers and managers committed to Asia in an atmosphere of academic excellence and regional camaraderie."
876Press Foundation of AsiaPhilippinis 1991Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for guiding Asia's press to look beyond national borders and speak intelligently to complex issues of regional change and development.
877Washington SyCipPhilippinis 1992Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for fostering economic growth and mutual understanding in Asia through professionalism, public-spirited enterprise, and his own esteemed example."
878Noboru IwamuraJapan 1993Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for heeding the call of the true physician in a lifetime of service to Japan's Asia neighbors."
879Eduardo Jorge AnzorenaArgentina 1994Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for fostering a collaborative search for humane and practical solutions to the housing crisis among Asia’s urban poor."
880Asian Institute of Management (AIM)Philippinis 1995Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for setting regionwide standards for excellence and relevance in training Asians to manage Asia's business and development."
881Toshihiro TakamiJapan 1996Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for enlisting community leaders from fifty countries in the common cause of secure, sustainable, and equitable livelihoods for the world's rural people."
882Sadako OgataJapan 1997Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for invoking the moral authority of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to insist that behind the right of every refugee to asylum lies the greater right of every person to remain at home in peace."
883Corazon AquinoPhilippinis 1998Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for giving radiant moral force to the nonviolent movement for democracy in the Philippines and in the world."
884Jockin ArputhamIndia 2000Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for extending the lessons of community building in India to Southeast Asia and Africa and helping the urban poor of two continents improve their lives by learning from one another."
885Ikuo HirayamaJapan 2001Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his efforts to promote peace and international cooperation by fostering a common bond of stewardship for the world's cultural treasures."
886Pomnyun SunimSouth Korea 2002Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his compassionate attention to the human cost of Korea's bitter division and his hopeful appeal for reconciliation."
887Tetsu NakamuraJapan 2003Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his passionate commitment to ease the pain of war, disease, and calamity among refugees and the mountain poor of the Afghanistan-Pakistan borderlands."
888Seiei ToyamaJapan 2003Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for his twenty-year crusade to green the deserts of China in a spirit of solidarity and peace."
889Laxminarayan RamdasIndia 2004Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for reaching across a hostile border to nurture a citizen-based consensus for peace between Pakistan and India."
890Sanduk RuitNepal 2006Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for placing Nepal at the forefront of developing safe, effective, and economical procedures for cataract surgery, enabling the needlessly blind in even poorest countries to see again."
891Tang XiyangChina 2007Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for guiding China to meet its mounting environmental crisis by heeding the lessons of its global neighbors and the timeless wisdom of nature itself."
892Ahmad Syafi'i MaarifIndonesia 2008Ramon Magsaysay Peace Award"for guiding Muslims to embrace tolerance and pluralism as the basis for justice and harmony in Indonesia and in the world at large."
893Lokamitra Jeremy GoodyUnited Kingdom 2008Manhae Peace PrizePeace, Social Service, Academic Excellence, Art, Literature, and Buddhist Missionary Work awarded by The Society for the Promotion and Practice of Manhae's Thoughts in memory of Buddhist reformer and anti-Japanese independence activist Han Yong-un
894Shirin EbadiIran 2009Manhae Peace PrizePeace, Social Service, Academic Excellence, Art, Literature, and Buddhist Missionary Work awarded by The Society for the Promotion and Practice of Manhae's Thoughts in memory of Buddhist reformer and anti-Japanese independence activist Han Yong-un
895World Fellowship of BuddhistsSri Lanka 2013Manhae Peace PrizePeace, Social Service, Academic Excellence, Art, Literature, and Buddhist Missionary Work awarded by The Society for the Promotion and Practice of Manhae's Thoughts in memory of Buddhist reformer and anti-Japanese independence activist Han Yong-un
896Mohsen MakhmalbafIran 2014Manhae Peace PrizePeace, Social Service, Academic Excellence, Art, Literature, and Buddhist Missionary Work awarded by The Society for the Promotion and Practice of Manhae's Thoughts in memory of Buddhist reformer and anti-Japanese independence activist Han Yong-un
897Alxis DuddenUnited States 2015Manhae Peace PrizePeace, Social Service, Academic Excellence, Art, Literature, and Buddhist Missionary Work awarded by The Society for the Promotion and Practice of Manhae's Thoughts in memory of Buddhist reformer and anti-Japanese independence activist Han Yong-un
898Margarida Maria Alves (Confederação Nacional dos Trabalhadores na Agricultura)Brazil 1988Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
899Luis Pérez AguirreUruguay 1989Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
900Dana Nemcova Czech Republic 1990Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
901Osservatorio MeridionaleItaly 1991Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
902Joaquim Pinto de AndradeAngola 1992Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
903Ray WilliamsUnited States 1993Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
904Dorraine Booth-WilliamsUnited States 1993Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
905José Mpundu E'BootoCongo 1994Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
906Janina OchojskaPoland 1995Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
907Franjo KomaricaCroatia 1996Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
908Hadzi HaillovicBosnia and Herzegovina 1996Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
909Jelena SanticBosnia and Herzegovina 1996Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
910Gordana StojanovicSerbia 1996Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
911Domingos SoaresTimor Leste 1997Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
912Maria de Lourdes Martins CruzTimor Leste 1997Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
913Laurien NtezimanaRwanda 1998Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
914Modeste MungwararebaRwanda 1999Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
915Clonard Fitzroy FellowshipNorthern Ireland 1999Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
916Ann PettiforUnited Kingdom 2000Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
917Laura Vargas (Jubilee 2000)Peru 2001Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
918Eddie KneeboneAustralia 2001Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
919Teesta SetavaidAustralia 2001Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
920Roberto LaysonPhilippinis 2002Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
921Franjo StarcevicCroatia 2003Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
922Sérgio Vieira de MelloBrazil 2004Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
923Jacques DelorsFrance 2005Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
924Ogarit YounanLabanon 2006Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
925Rami George KhouriPalestine 2006Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
926Women's Active Museum on War and PeaceJapan 2007Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
927Luiz Flávio CappioBrazil 2008Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
928Justine Masika Bihamba, Democratic Republic of the CongoCongo 2009Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
929Louis Raphaël I SakoIraq 2010Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
930PontanimaBosnia and Herzegovina 2011Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
931John OnaiyekanNigeria 2012Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
932MemorialRussia 2013Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
933Jesuit Refugee ServiceSyria2014Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
934Women, Peace and Security Collective for Reflection and ActionColombia 2015Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
935Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace of Pakistan and Human Rights Commission of PakistanPakistan 2016Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
936ZODEVITEMexico 2017Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
937No Boundaries CoalitionUnited States 2018Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
938European Lawyers in Lesvos (ELIL)Greece 2019Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
939Pacific Climate WarriorsAustralia 2020Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
940Catholic Radio Network for South Sudan and Nuba MountainsSouth Sudan 2021Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
941CONCORDIA Social ProjectsSwitzerland 2022Pax Christi International Peace Awardhonour men and women who standup for peace, justice, non-violence across the globe.
942Juan Antonio SamaranchSpain 1990Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
943George ShultzUnited States 1992Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
944Médecins Sans FrontièresSwitzerland 1996Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
945Kofi AnnanGhana 1998Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
946Sadako OgataJapan 2000Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
947OxfamUnited Kingdom 2002Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
948Václav Havel Czech Republic 2004Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
949Muhammad YunusBangladesh 2006Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
950Suzanne ScholteUnited States 2008Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
951José Antonio AbreuVenezuela 2010Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
952Ban Ki-moonSouth Korea 2012Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
953Angela MerkelGermany 2014Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
954Denis MukwegeCongo 2016Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
955Narendra ModiIndia 2018Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
956Thomas BachGermany 2020Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
957Tim Berners-LeeUnited Kingdom 2022Seoul Peace Prizefor harmony and friendship
958Anote Tong Kiribati 2015Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizeImproved global awareness of the severity of climate change and sought action by the international community for its solution.
959Modadugu Vijay GuptaIndia 2015Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizePioneered the blue revolution and made innovative contributions to aquaculture development as an alternative solution to the looming food crisis.
960Gino StradaItaly 2017Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizeProviding emergency medical relief in the Middle East and Africa and advocating for refugees’ right to be cured
Contributing to spreading a culture of peace through anti-war movement
961Sakena YacoobiAfghanistan 2017Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizePresenting a fundamental solution to refugee resettlement through education and contributing to the improvement of human rights and status of Muslim women
962Waris DirieSomalia 2019Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizeA human rights activist who publicized the issue of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) to the world
Advocating human rights of girls and women and calling for a worldwide resolution to eradicate FGM
963Akinwumi Ayodeji AdesinaNigeria 2019Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizeSpearheading Good Governance of Africa through Agricultural Innovation and Eradication of Poverty.
964Macky SallSenegal 2020Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizePromoting a model of good governance in Africa
Reducing the presidential term
Developing Senegal as a model democratic country through reformations such as the Plan Senegal Emergent
965Munib YounanIsrael 2020Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizePioneering religious harmony
Promoting harmony among Islam, Christianity and Judaism in the Middle East leading the reconciliation between the Catholic and Protestant Churches
966Dame Sarah Catherine GilbertUnited Kingdom 2022Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizeProtecting lives in underdeveloped countries with vulnerable medical conditions by providing affordable Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines for easy storage and transportation during the COVID-19 outbreak.
967Gavi, The Vaccine AllianceSwitzerland 2022Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizeImproving the overall health of humanity by increasing access to vaccines for children in vulnerable countries
Leading the "Covax Facility," an international joint vaccine purchase and distribution project after the outbreak of COVID-19
968Ban Ki-moonSouth Korea 2020Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizeRaising the alarm on the seriousness of climate change, and led the adoption of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change in 2015
Presenting a joint masterplan for humanity by adopting Sustainable Development Goals
969H.E. Samdech Hun SenCambodia 2022Sunhak Peace PrizeSunhak Peace PrizePromoting international cooperation for peace by leading international peace forums and peace initiatives
Demonstrating outstanding leadership for the sustainable development in Southeast Asia
970Julius FucíkCzechoslovakia 1950World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous.
971Pablo PicassoSpain 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
972Pablo NerudaChile 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
973Paul RobesonUnited States 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
974Nâz?m HikmetTurkey 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
975Wanda JakubowskaPoland 1950World Peace Council PrizesFor her 1948 film Ostatni etap ("The Last Stage")
976Candido PortinariBrazil 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
977Jean-Richard BlochFrance 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
978Mihail SadoveanuRomania 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
979Renato GuttusoItaly 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
980Václav DobiašCzechoslovakia 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
981Louis DaquinFrance 1950World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
982Al-TariqLebanon 1950World Peace Council PrizesJournal.
983Yunost' mira ("Youth of the World")Soviet Union 1950World Peace Council PrizesDocumentary about the 1949 World Youth Festival in Budapest.
984WarsawPoland 1950World Peace Council PrizesAn exceptional award to the city as "a symbol of peaceful restoration".
985Nikola VaptsarovBulgaria 1953World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award.
986Leopoldo MéndezMexico 1953World Peace Council PrizesMember of the Comite por la Paz Mexicano
987Mulk Raj AnandIndia 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
988W.E.B. Du BoisUnited States 1953World Peace Council PrizesWon the Lenin Peace Prize in 1959.
989Paul ÉluardFrance 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
990Halldór LaxnessIceland 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
991Martin HellbergGermany 1953World Peace Council PrizesFor directing Das verurteilte Dorf ("The condemned village").
992Kurt SternGermany 1953World Peace Council PrizesFor co-writing Das verurteilte Dorf ("The condemned village").
993Jeanne SternGermany 1953World Peace Council PrizesFor co-writing Das verurteilte Dorf ("The condemned village").
994Jean EffelFrance 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
995Vít?zslav NezvalCzechoslovakia 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
996James AldridgeAustralia 1953World Peace Council PrizesFor his novel The Diplomat.
997Cláudio SantoroBrazil 1953World Peace Council PrizesFor his orchestral work Canto de Amor e Paz.
998Maria Rosa OliverArgentina 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
999Toshiko AkamatsuJapan 1953World Peace Council PrizesFor Hiroshima panels
1000Iri MarukiJapan 1953World Peace Council PrizesFor Hiroshima panels
1001Bozorg AlaviIran 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1002Jean SalandreFrance 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1003S. CsorvásRomania 1953World Peace Council PrizesFor sculpture "Korean partisans"
1004Carlos Augusto LeónVenezuela 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1005Luis Carlos PérezColombia 1953World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1006Wäinö AaltonenFinland 1953World Peace Council PrizesFor statue entitled "Peace".
1007Charlie ChaplinUnited Kingdom 1954World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1008Dmitri ShostakovichSoviet Union1954World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1009Béla BartókHungary 1955World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award
1010Édouard HerriotFrance 1955World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1011Joris IvensBelgium 1955World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1012Cesare ZavattiniItaly 1955World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1013Josué de CastroBrazil 1955World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1014Irène Joliot-CurieFrance 1956World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award
1015William Howard MelishUnited States 1956World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1016Qi BaishiChina 1956World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1017Nikos KazantzakisGreece 1956World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1018Bertrand RussellUnited Kingdom 1957World Peace Council PrizesRefused award.
1019Guo MoruoChina 1957World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1020Manolis GlezosGreece 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1021Tristao de Braganza CunhaIndia 1959World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award
1022Afro-Asian People's Solidarity OrganisationInternational1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1023Mouvement de la PaixFrance 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1024Czechoslovak Peace CommitteeCzechoslovakia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1025Boris PolevoyRussia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1026Zaharia StancuRomania 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1027George HannaLebanon 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1028Olga Poblete de EspinosaChile 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1029Eva SandersonCanada 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1030Alexei AdzhubeiRussia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1031Yevgeny ZhukovRussia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1032Konstantin FedinRussia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1033Trofim LysenkoUkraine 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1034Aleksandr V. TopchievRussia ?World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1035Katharine Susannah PrichardAustralia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1036Igor KurchatovRussia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1037Bill MorrowAustralia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1038R. K. AggarwalIndia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1039Pyotr KapitsaRussia 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1040Juan Marinello VidaurretaCuba 1959World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1041Ferdinando TargettiItaly 1960World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1042Walter DiehlGermany 1960World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1043Edith Höreth-MengeGermany 1960World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1044Erwin EckertGermany 1960World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1045Gerhard WohlrathGermany 1960World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1046Gustav TiefesGermany 1960World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1047Johannes OberhofGermany 1960World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1048Erich KompallaGermany 1960World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1049Nikita KhrushchevRussia 1960World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1050Ilya EhrenburgRussia 1961World Peace Council PrizesMarking his 70th birthday.
1051Eugénie CottonFrance 1961World Peace Council PrizesMarking her 80th birthday.
1052World Federation of Democratic YouthInternational1961World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1053Political prisoners in Francoist SpainSpain ?World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1054Nicolai GribachovRussia ?World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1055Dmitri SkobeltsynRussia ?World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1056Lazaro CardenasMexico ?World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1057Manolis GlezosGreece 1963World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1058Gregoris LambrakisGreece 1963World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award
1059Jaramogi Oginga OdingaKenya 1963World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1060Julián GrimauSpain 1964World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award.
1061Tawfiq MunirIraq 1964World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award.
1062Ahmed BoumendjelAlgeria 1964World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award.
1063Árpád SzakasitsHungary 1964World Peace Council PrizesMarking his 75th birthday.
1064Ferdinando TargettiItaly 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1065Walter FriedrichGermany 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1066Alfred WeberGermany 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1067Wilhelm ElfesGermany 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1068Hewlett JohnsonUnited Kingdom 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1069Stanis?aw Kulczy?skiPoland 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1070Yiangos PotamitisCyprus 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1071Alberto T. CasellaArgentina 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1072José R. GabaldónVenezuela 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1073Jean BoulierFrance 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1074Wanda WasilewskaRussia 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1075Viktor ChkhikvadzeRussia 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1076Mikhail KotovRussia 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1077HiroshimaJapan 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1078NagasakiJapan 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1079Nelson MandelaSouth Africa 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1080Jaros?aw IwaszkiewiczPoland 1964World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1081Khaled Mohi El DinEgypt 1965World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1082Shafi Ahmed el SheikhSudan 1965World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1083Francis John HartleyAustralia 1965World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1084Eric Henry Stoneley BurhopAustralia 1965World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1085Valentina TereshkovaRussia 1966World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1086Agostinho NetoAngola 1966World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1087Juan Marinello VidaurretaCuba 1966World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1088Pablo NerudaChile 1968World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1089György LukácsHungary 1969World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1090Dondogiyn TsevegmidMongolia 1969World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1091Denis Nowell PrittUnited Kingdom 1969World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1092Hugo PescePeru 1969World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award.
1093Jawaharlal NehruIndia 1970World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award.
1094Martin Luther King Jr.United States 1971World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award, accepted by Ralph Abernathy of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
1095Auschwitz-Birkenau State MuseumPoland 1971World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1096Amílcar CabralGuinea-Bissau 1972World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1097Fidel CastroCuba 1972World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1098Yumjaagiin TsedenbalMongolia 1972World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1099Gamal Abdel NasserEgypt 1972World Peace Council PrizesPosthumous award.
1100Salvador AllendeChile 1972World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1101Coalition for Peace and JusticeUnited States 1972World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1102Organization of African UnityInternational1972World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1103"the people of Lao fighting for independence and freedom"Laos 1972World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1104Raymond GoorBelgium 1973World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1105Sheikh Mujibur RahmanBangladesh 1973World Peace Council PrizesFor his contribution to the establishment of world peace.
1106Edward GierekPoland 1974World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1107Urho KekkonenFinland 1975World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1108Yasser ArafatPalestine 1975World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1109Makarios IIICyprus 1975World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1110Government of North VietnamVietnam 1975World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1111Government of South VietnamVietnam 1975World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1112United Nations Special Committee against ApartheidInternational1975World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1113United Nations Special Committee on DecolonisationInternational1975World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1114Leonid BrezhnevSoviet Union 1975World Peace Council PrizesConsidered a riposte to Andrei Sakharov's 1975 Nobel Peace Prize.
1115Samora MachelMozambique 1976World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1116VietnamVietnam 1977World Peace Council PrizesPresented to Nguy?n H?u Th?. The Vietnamese government had earlier awarded the WPC its Friendship Order.
1117World Marxist ReviewCzechoslovakia 1977World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1118Nicolae Ceau?escuRomania 1977World Peace Council PrizesThe award was delayed by Soviet objections, but pushed through by Indira Gandhi.
1119Mengistu Haile MariamEthiopia 1978World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1120Laos President SouphanouvongLaos 1979World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1121Michael ManleyJamaica 1979World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1122Heng SamrinCambodia 1980World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1123Yasser ArafatPalestine 1980World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1124Federico Sotolongo GuerraCuba 1980World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1125Sandinista National Liberation FrontNicaragua 1981World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1126Líber SeregniUruguay 1981World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1127Enuga Sreenivasulu ReddyIndia 1983World Peace Council PrizesDirector of the UN Centre against Apartheid
1128Yusuf Maitama SuleNigeria 1983World Peace Council PrizesChairman of the UN Special Committee against Apartheid
1129James E. JacksonUnited States 1985World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1130African National CongressSouth Africa 1986World Peace Council PrizesAccepted by Oliver Tambo.
1131Sam NujomaNamibia 1986World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1132BratislavaSlovakia 1986World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1133Julius NyerereTanzania 1988World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1134Pimen I of MoscowSoviet Union 1988World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1135Daniel OrtegaNicaragua 1989World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1136P. J. PattersonJamaica ?World Peace Council Prizesfor peace among nations
1137Max TauNorway 1950Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1138Albert SchweitzerFrance 1951Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1139Romano GuardiniGermany 1952Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1140Martin BuberIsrael 1953Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1141Carl Jacob BurckhardtSwitzerland 1954Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1142Hermann HesseGermany 1955Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1143Reinhold SchneiderGermany 1956Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1144Thornton WilderUnited States 1957Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1145Karl JaspersGermany 1958Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1146Theodor HeussGermany 1959Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1147Victor GollanczUnited Kingdom 1960Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1148Sarvepalli RadhakrishnanIndia 1961Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1149Paul TillichUnited States 1962Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1150Carl Friedrich von WeizsäckerGermany 1963Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1151Gabriel MarcelFrance 1964Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1152Nelly SachsGermany 1965Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1153Augustin Bea Germany 1966Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1154W. A. Visser 't HooftBelgium 1966Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1155Ernst BlochGermany 1967Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1156Léopold Sédar SenghorSenegal 1968Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1157Alexander MitscherlichGermany 1969Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1158Alva MyrdalSweden 1970Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1159Gunnar MyrdalSweden 1970Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1160Marion Gräfin DönhoffGermany 1971Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1161Janusz Korczak (posthumous)Poland 1972Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1162Club of RomeItaly 1973Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1163Frère Roger, prior of TaizéSwitzerland 1974Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1164Alfred GrosserGermany 1975Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1165Max FrischSwitzerland 1976Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1166Leszek KolakowskiPoland 1977Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1167Astrid LindgrenSweden 1978Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1168Frederik HetmannSweden 1979Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1169Yehudi MenuhinUnited States 1979Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1170Ernesto CardenalNicaragua 1980Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1171Lev KopelevRussia 1981Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1172George F. KennanUnited States 1982Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1173Manès Sperber Austria 1983Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1174Octavio PazMexico 1984Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1175Teddy KollekIsrael 1985Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1176Wladyslaw BartoszewskiPoland 1986Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1177Hans JonasGermany 1987Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1178Siegfried LenzGermany 1988Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1179Václav HavelCzechoslovakia 1989Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1180Karl DedeciusGermany 1990Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1181György KonrádHungary 1991Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1182Israel Amos OzIsrael 1992Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1183Friedrich SchorlemmerGermany 1993Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1184Jorge SemprúnSpain 1994Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1185Annemarie SchimmelGermany 1995Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1186Mario Vargas LlosaPeru 1996Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1187Yasar KemalTurkey 1997Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1188Martin WalserGermany 1998Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1189Fritz SternUnited States 1999Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1190Assia DjebarAlgeria 2000Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1191Jürgen HabermasGermany 2001Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1192Chinua AchebeUnited States 2002Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1193Susan SontagUnited States 2003Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1194Péter EsterházyHungary 2004Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1195Orhan PamukTurkey 2005Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1196Wolf LepeniesGermany 2006Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1197Saul FriedländerIsrael 2007Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1198Anselm KieferGermany 2008Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1199Claudio MagrisItaly 2009Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1200David GrossmanIsrael 2010Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1201Boualem SansalAlgeria 2011Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1202Liao Yiwu China 2012Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1203Belarus Svetlana AlexievichBelarus 2013Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1204Jaron LanierUnited States 2014Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1205Navid KermaniGermany 2015Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1206Carolin EmckeGermany 2016Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1207Margaret AtwoodCanada 2017Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1208Aleida and Jan AssmannGermany 2018Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1209Sebastião SalgadoBrazil 2019Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1210Amartya Kumar SenIndia 2020Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1211Tsitsi DangarembgaZimbabwe 2021Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1212Serhiy Zhadan (Sasha Marianna SalzmannUkraine 2022Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1213Salman RushdieUnited Kingdom 2023Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandelsfor made an important contribution to peace, humanity and understanding between peoples.
1214Sandro PertiniItaly 1988Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1215 Mikhail GorbachevRussia 1989Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1216Simon WiesenthalAustralia 1991Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1217Sir Karl R. PopperUnited Kingdom 1993Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1218Hans KoschnickGermany 1995Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1219Lord Yehudi MenuhinUnited Kingdom 1997Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1220 Gerd RugeGermany 1999Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1221Miriam MakebaSouth Africa 2001Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1222Muhammad Ali United States 2003Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1223 Hans Küng Switzerland 2005Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1224Daniel BarenboimArgentina 2008Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1225 Tadatoshi AkibaJapan 2010Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1226Manfred Nowak Austria 2012Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1227Melinda GatesUnited States 2014Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1228John KerryUnited States 2016Otto Hahn Peace Medal Outstanding services to peace, tolerance and international understanding
1229Michael D. HigginsIreland 1992Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor human rights advocacy domestically, and in Nicaragua, Chile, Cambodia, Iraq, and Somalia
1230Motarilavoa Hilda LiniVanuatu 1993Seán MacBride Peace PrizePlayed a key role in the WHO's decision to approve a request to the World Court on the legal status of nuclear weapons.
1231Mordechai VanunuIsreal 1994Seán MacBride Peace PrizeSentenced to 18 years solitary confinement for revealing details of Israel's nuclear arsenal.
1232The Committee of Soldiers' Mothers of RussiaRussia 1995Seán MacBride Peace PrizeForemost among Russian citizens’ groups opposing the war in Chechnya.
1233Selim Bešlagi?Germany 1996Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "his fight against nationalism, ethnic cleansing and intolerance during his country's war."
1234Seeds of Hope GroupUnited Kingdom 1997Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor disarming a Hawk aircraft bound for Indonesia.
1235John HumeIreland 1998Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "his contribution to the Northern Ireland peace process."
1236Barbara GladyschSouth Africa 1999Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor her "extraordinary and year-long commitment to disarmament and practical solidarity with victims of wars and disasters."
1237Praful BidwaiIndia 2000Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor being at the "forefront of the international campaign against the nuclearisation of South Asia."
1238Achin VanaikSwitzerland 2000Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor being at the "forefront of the international campaign against the nuclearisation of South Asia."
1239Rosalie BertellUnited States 2001Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "her lifelong engagement to the cause of peace and for her deep concern for the well-being of peoples all over the planet.
1240Barbara LeeUnited States 2002Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "her sole vote against the bombing of Afghanistan."
1241Nihon Hidanky?Japan 2003Seán MacBride Peace PrizeSurvivors of the A bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. They have devoted the rest of their lives to the elimination of nuclear weapons.
1242Leaders of the Geneva Initiative on the Middle EastSwitzerland 2004Seán MacBride Peace Prize
1243Tadatoshi Akiba (Mayors for Peace)Japan 2006Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "its achievements in arousing international public demand for the abolition of nuclear weapons and lasting world peace."
1244Iccho Itoh (Mayors for Peace)Japan 2006Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "its achievements in arousing international public demand for the abolition of nuclear weapons and lasting world peace."
1245Jayantha DhanapalaSri Lanka 2007Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "his dedication to the cause of disarmament and his initiatives towards creating the Central Asian Nuclear-Weapons Free Zone."
1246Jacqueline CabassoUnited States 2008Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "her years of outstanding work with NGOs and initiatives toward peace and the abolition of nuclear weapons."
1247Betty ReardonUnited States 2009Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "her contribution to peace education and to the wider peace movement."
1248Binalakshmi NepramIndia 2010Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "her extraordinary efforts to promote disarmament and an end to gun violence in India."
1249Hanaa EdwarIraq 2011Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "her contribution to the advancement of democracy and human rights, as well as her firm stand against violence and war;"
1250Dr. Peter BeckerGermany 2011Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor his work with the German section of the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (IALANA).
1251 Lina Ben MhenniTunisia 2012Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor showing "great courage and ... substantial contributions to what is known as the Arab Spring."
1252Nawal El SaadawiEgypt 2012Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor showing "great courage and ... substantial contributions to what is known as the Arab Spring."
1253Chelsea ManningUnited States 2013Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor her "courageous actions in revealing information about US war crimes."
1254The People and Government of the Republic of the Marshall IslandsMarshall Islands 2014Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "courageously taking the nine nuclear weapons-possessing countries to the International Court of Justice to enforce compliance with the Non-Proliferation Treaty and international customary law."
1255The People and the Island Communities of Lampedusa, Italy and Jeju Island, South KoreaItaly/South Korea2015Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor showing "a profound commitment to peace and social justice."
1256Colin Archer (IPB Secretary-General )United Kingdom 2016Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor 26 years "in the service of peace and of the IPB community."
1257All Okinawa Council Against Henoko New BaseJapan 2017Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "its unflagging commitment to close the Futemna Marine Air Base, and for its nonviolent opposition to the construction of a massive new air, land and sea base in Henoko;"
1258Noam ChomskyUnited States 2017Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor his "tireless commitment to peace, his strong critiques to U.S. foreign policy, and his anti-imperialism;"
1259Jeremy CorbynUnited Kingdom 2017Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor his "sustained and powerful political work for disarmament and peace."
1260Association For Historical Dialogue and Research and Home for CooperationCyprus 2018Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor its "efforts and promotion of [a] Culture of Peace and as well as the peace building activities;"
1261Helena MalenoSpain 2018Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor her "efforts to save hundreds of lives in the Mediterranean Sea, and her strong commitment to defending human rights;"
1262Douglas RocheCanada 2018Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor his "tireless efforts to promote international peace and disarmament."
1263Bruce KentUnited Kingdom 2019Seán MacBride Peace PrizeAn "internationally known peace activist and a 'real peace hero' who, even in his 90th year, remains an active campaigner and organizer for peace and human rights."
1264Elayne Whyte GómezUnited States 2019Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor "her invaluable contribution to the completion of the historic Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons."
1265Black Lives MatterUnited States 2020Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor its ‘leading roles in building resistance to and transforming local policies against systemic police violence and extrajudicial murders of Black people across the United States.’
1266Alexander KmenttAustralia 2021Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor his dedication towards disarmament and the elimination of nuclear weapons, bringing these issues to the highest level of government and imploring decision makers to take notice and action and being one of the key architects to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
1267Assistant Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP)Burma 2021Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor their dedication, courage and diligence ensuring that every life taken by military during the country's struggle to return the power to the right hands is properly documented –  in the face of threats due to the military coup in Myanmar in February 2021.
1268Hiroshi "Taka" TakakusakiJapan 2022Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor his lifelong dedication to a just peace, the abolition of nuclear weapons and social justice, as well as his care and unstinting support for the Hibakusha.
1269Asya MaruketRussia 2022Seán MacBride Peace PrizeActivist from Russia for their work towards peace, women's and human rights – showing us what commitment and bravery looks like in the face of unjust war.
1270Yurii SheliazhenkoUkraine 2022Seán MacBride Peace PrizeActivist from Ukraine for their work towards peace, women's and human rights – showing us what commitment and bravery looks like in the face of unjust war.
1271Fred LubangPhilippinis 2022Seán MacBride Peace PrizeFor his unflagging work and commitment towards peacebuilding, disarmament and non-violence, especially in the face of ongoing wars.
1272Committee for Basic Liberties and DemocracyGermany 2003Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1273Lama TarayraPalestine 2004Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1274 Giuliana SgrenaItaly 2005Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1275Wolfram HülsemannGermany 2006Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1276Agustín AguayoUnited States 2007Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1277POEMAGermany 2008Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1278Susan BardóczGermany 2009Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1279Árpád PusztaiSouth Africa 2009Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1280Werner BaumgartenGermany 2010Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1281 Fatuma Abdulkadir AdanKenya 2011Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1282Aktion AufschreiGermany 2012Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1283Enio ManciniItaly 2013Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1284Enrico PieriItaly 2013Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1285Edward SnowdenUnited States 2014Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1286Giusi NicoliniItaly 2015Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1287Jürgen GrässlinGermany 2016Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1288Asl? Erdo?anTurkey 2017Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1289 X GonzálezItaly 2018Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1290 Sea-WatchGermany 2019Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1291 Julian AssangeAustralia 2020Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1292Maria KalesnikavaBelarus 2021Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1293 Reporters Without BordersGermany 2022Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1294Seebrücke Baden-WürttembergGermany 2023Stuttgart Peace Prize involved "in a special way for peace, justice and world solidarity".
1295Fernanda PivanoItaly 2002Art, Science and Peace PrizeFor translating and disseminating great USA pacifist writers who bring a message of peace and non-violence to the world
1296 Franco ZeffirelliItaly 2005Art, Science and Peace PrizeFor his directing of the movies “Jesus of Nazareth”, “Brother Sun and Sister Moon” and “Romeo and Juliet”, which have expressed a message of brotherhood and peace worldwide.
1297Umberto VeronesItaly 2012Art, Science and Peace PrizeFor his long career dedicated to alleviating suffering and spreading principles directed to respect for the human person in the world
1298Tenor Andrea BocelliItaly 2015Art, Science and Peace PrizeFor spreading with his voice a worldwide message of brotherhood and peace, beyond all barriers of race, nationality or religion
1299 Roberto BenigniItaly 2018Art, Science and Peace PrizeFor his unequalled ability to reach the heart of the public by transmitting a message of high artistic, human and spiritual value aimed at reawakening one’s conscience and favoring understanding and love between people and populations
1300Roberto BenigniItaly 2002Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1301Italian National Singers' Football TeamItaly 2003Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1302Cat StevensUnited Kingdom 2004Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1303Bob Geldof Ireland 2005Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1304The PeaceJam FoundationUnited States 2005Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1305Peter GabrielUnited Kingdom 2006Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1306Don CheadleUnited States 2007Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1307George ClooneyUnited States 2007Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1308BonoIreland 2008Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1309Annie LennoxScotland 2009Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1310Roberto BaggioItaly 2010Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1311Sean PennUnited States 2011Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1312Sharon StoneUnited States 2012Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1313Bernardo BertolucciItaly 2013Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1314Rene PerezPuerto Rico 2014Man of Peacestood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1315 PeaceJamUnited States 2005Peace Summit Award for Social Activismstood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1316Nihon HidankyoJapan 2010Peace Summit Award for Social Activismstood up for human rights and for the spread of the principles of Peace and Solidarity in the world.
1317Community of San Josè de ApartadòColombia 2007Premio Testimone di Pace (Peace's Witness Award)for commitment and action in the field of peace and non-violence
1318Father Fabrizio VallettiItaly 2008Premio Testimone di Pace (Peace's Witness Award)for commitment and action in the field of peace and non-violence
1319Salvatore CancemiItaly 2009Premio Testimone di Pace (Peace's Witness Award)for commitment and action in the field of peace and non-violence
1320The weavers of RiaceItaly 2010Premio Testimone di Pace (Peace's Witness Award)for commitment and action in the field of peace and non-violence
1321Shachman AkbulatovKazakhstan 2011Premio Testimone di Pace (Peace's Witness Award)for commitment and action in the field of peace and non-violence
1322Bruno Pesce and Romana BlasottiPalestine 2012Premio Testimone di Pace (Peace's Witness Award)for commitment and action in the field of peace and non-violence
1323Jerry Essan Masslo volunteer associationItaly 2013Premio Testimone di Pace (Peace's Witness Award)for commitment and action in the field of peace and non-violence
1324Don Walter FiocchiItaly 2014Premio Testimone di Pace (Peace's Witness Award)for commitment and action in the field of peace and non-violence
1325Anderious Gorguees OrahaIraq 2015Premio Testimone di Pace (Peace's Witness Award)for commitment and action in the field of peace and non-violence
1326Nkosi JohnsonSouth Africa 2005International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1327Om Prakash GurjarIndia 2006International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1328Thandiwe ChamaZambia 2007International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1329Mayra Avellar NevesBrazil 2008International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1330Baruani NdumeTanzania 2009International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1331Francia SimonDominican Republic 2010International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1332Michaela MycroftSouth Africa 2011International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1333Kesz ValdezPhilippinis 2012International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1334Malala YousafzaiPakistan 2013International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1335Neha GuptaUnited States 2014International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1336Abraham KeitaLiberia 2015International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1337Kehkashan BasuUnited Arab Emirates 2016International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1338Mohamad Al JoundeSyria 2017International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1339March for Our LivesUnited States 2018International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1340Greta ThunbergSweden 2019International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1341Divina MaloumCameroon 2019International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1342Sadat RahmanBangladesh 2020International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1343VihaanIndia 2021International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1344Nav AgarwalIndia 2022International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1345Rena KawasakiJapan 2022International Children's Peace Prizefor fighting courageously for children's rights
1346 Dr Robert MathewsAustralia 2014OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1347VERIFINVirgin Island 2014OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1348Dr Mahdi Balali-MoodIran 2015OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1349Dr Alastair HayAustralia 2015OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1350African Centre for the Study and Research on Terrorism (ACSRT)Algeria 2017OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1351International Master Courses in Protection Against CBRNe EventsItaly 2017OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1352Robert MikulakBelgium 2019OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1353Cheng TangChina 2019OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1354International Union of Pure and Applied ChemistrySwitzerland 2019OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1355Special Risks Brigade of the Federal Police of ArgentinaArgentina 2022OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1356Chemical Weapons Convention CoalitionBelgium 2022OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1357Population Protection Institute, Fire Rescue Service of the Czech RepublicCzech Republic 2022OPCW–The Hague Awardfor outstanding contributions to achieving a world free of chemical weapons.
1358Union Internationale des Associations pour la Société des NationsSwitzerland 1931Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1359Vereeniging voor Volkenbond en VredeBelgium 1932Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1360Mr. Arthur HendersonUnited Kingdom 1933Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1361Afdeeling Nederland van den Wereldbond voor Internationale Vriendschap door de KerkenSwitzerland 1934Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1362Radio-Omroepdienst van den VolkenbondSwitzerland 1935Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1363Haagsche Academie voor Internationaal RechtBelgium 1936Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1364The Right Hon. Lord Baden-PowellUnited Kingdom 1937Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1365Nederlandsche Jeugd-Herberg Centrale; Oecomenische VereenigingBelgium 1938Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1366American Friends' Service Committee, Philadelphia; Friends' Service CouncilEngland 1939Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1367H.Ch.G.J. van der MandereBelgium 1948Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1368World Council of ChurchesSwitzerland 1949Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1369Haagsche Academie voor Internationaal RechtBelgium 1950Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1370Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales à GenèveSwitzerland 1951Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1371His Excellency Mr. D.U. StikkerBelgium 1952Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1372M. Jean Monnet, ParisFrance 1953Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1373Nederlandse Raad der Europese BewegingBelgium 1954Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1374Sir Anthony EdenEngland 1955Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1375Mr. G.J. van Heuven GoedhartBelgium 1956Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1376UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund)UN1957Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1377Dr. A. PeltBelgium 1958Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1378Count Moens de FernigBelgium 1959Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1379Stichting Opbouwfonds JeugdherbergenSwitzerland 1960Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1380Mlle Marguérite NobsSwitzerland 1961Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1381Dr. W.A. Visser 't HooftBelgium 1962Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1382Dag Hammarskjøld MinnesfondSweden 1963Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1383Jongeren Vrijwilligers ProgrammaBelgium 1964Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1384World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA)Switzerland 1965Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1385Eduard van Beinum StichtingBelgium 1966Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1386La Communauté de TaizéFrance 1967Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1387Interkerkelijk Overleg in Radio Aangelegenheden (I.K.O.R.), special t.b.v. de Commissie voor de Wilde Ganzen OmroepFrance 1968Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1388Mrs. Martin Luther KingUnited States 1969Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1389Nederlandse Vereniging voor Internationaal RechtBelgium 1970Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1390International Social ServiceSwitzerland 1971Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1391Prof. Dr. B.V.A. RölingBelgium 1972Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1392Mrs. Alva MyrdalSweden 1973Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1393Dr. Ir. A.H. Boerma (F.A.O.)Belgium 1974Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1394Dr. H.A. KissingerUnited States 1975Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1395Drs. M. KohnstammItaly 1976Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1396H.E. Dr. Manfred LachsBelgium 1977Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1397Leger des HeilsBelgium 1980Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1398Danny KayeUnited States 1981Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1399Mr. Cornelis BrouwerBelgium 1982Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1400Prof. Dr. H. Gmeiner Austria 1983Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1401Dr. J.H. van RoijenBelgium 1984Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1402International Commission of JuristsSwitzerland 1985Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1403UNIFIL DetachmentBelgium 1986Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1404Dr. Verghese KurienIndia 1986Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1405De Stichting Nederlandse GehandicaptenraadBelgium 1987Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1406Sir Brian UrquhartEngland 1988Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1407Artsen zonder grenzen Nederland (MSF the Netherlands/Médécins sans frontières Pays-Bas)Belgium 1989Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1408Jiří HájekCzech 1990Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1409The City of LeydenBelgium 1991Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1410Wilhelm Huber, SOS - Kinderdorpen InternationalGermany 1992Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1411Dr Krijn, his wife Mrs. Krijn-van Goudoever and their child (posthumously)Bosnia and Herzegovina 1993Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1412The Jewish Cultural and Humanitarian Society “La Benevolencia Sarajevo”Bosnia and Herzegovina 1994Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1413M. van der StoelBelgium 1995Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1414Ambassador Rolf EkéusSweden 1996Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1415Ambassador J. RamakerBelgium 1997Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1416Permanent Court of ArbitrationBelgium 1998Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1417Het Liliane FondsBelgium 1999Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1418The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)UN2000/01Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1419Theo van BovenBelgium 2004Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1420Javier SolanaSpain 2006Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1421Patrick CammaertBelgium 2008Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1422Peace One Day and its founder Jeremy GilleyUnited Kingdom 2010Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1423War ChildUnited Kingdom 2012Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1424Lakhdar BrahimiAlgeria 2014Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1425Sigrid KaagBelgium 2016Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1426Rudi VranckxBelgium 2018Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1427Centre for Humanitarian DialogueSwitzerland 2022Wateler Peace Prizemade themselves meritorious in the cause of peace
1428Ross P. MarineSlovakia 2020Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1429Joachim ErnstGermany 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1430Rustambek QurbanovUzbekistan 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1431Ján BórySlovakia 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1432International Commission for the Protection of the AlpsLiechtenstein 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1433Borwin Herzog zu MecklenburgGermany 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1434Alice, Duchess of MecklenburgEngland 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1435Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander of SerbiaYugoslavia 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1436Grace Andrej, BishopRomania 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1437Momcilo BabicSerbia 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1438Ivan KorcokSlovakia 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1439Lubomír Rehák PPSPSlovakia 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1440Pavol DubcekSlovakia 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1441Alexander Vladimirovich NaginRussia 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1442Margareta the Custodian of the Romanian CrownRomania 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1443Prince Radu of RomaniaRomania 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1444Karan SinghIndia 2021Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1445Michael-BenedictUnited States 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1446Archdeacon Ngira SimmondsNew Zealand 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1447Tomáš FerkoSlovakia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1448Margaret Beazley AC QCAustralia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1449Gaj Singh II of Marwar-JodhpurIndia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1450N’ga TiaipoiSlovakia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1451Maurice Lau Poui CheungFrance 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1452Dr. Tapio LuomaFinland 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1453Major Gabriel IonRomania 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1454Peter FiabáneSlovakia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1455Dr. Štefan ŽídekSlovakia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1456Peter ŠtanskýSlovakia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1457Jozef FeilerSlovakia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1458Tomáš GalisSlovakia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1459Markus Habsburg-LothringenAustria 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1460Jozef PalubaSlovakia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1461Erika JurinováSlovakia 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1462Dominik Cardinal Duka O.P.Czech Republic 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1463Daniel PetrescuRomania 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1464Kyle SticeFiji 2022Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1465Gerry ManolasSlovakia 2023Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1466Dom DuartePortugal 2023Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1467Dona IsabelPortugal 2023Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1468Eduard, Duke of AnhaltGermany 2023Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1469Princess Angelika Latufuipeka Halaevalu Mata’aho Napua-o-kalani Lavaka ‘Ata Tuku’ahoTonga 2023Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1470Stefan Finck von FinckensteinGermany 2023Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1471Dr. Albrecht TintelnotSlovakia 2023Memorial Medal of Tree of Peacecontribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations and significant environmental merits leading to sustainable development of human society.
1472Dagmar Havlová VeškrnováCzech Republic 2020Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1473Markus Habsburg-Lothringen Austria 2020Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1474Farah PahlaviIran 2020Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1475Soane Patita Paini Cardinal MafiTonga 2020Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1476King Simeon IIBulgaria 2020Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1477Kiingi Tuheitia Pootatau Te Wherowhero VIINew Zealand 2020Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1478Sir Iakoba Taeia Italeli CMT, GCMGTuvalu 2020Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1479Sir David SuchetUnited Kingdom 2021Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1480Grand Ducal House of Mecklenburg-StrelitzGermany 2021Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1481Mr. Olivier MerbauFrance 2023Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1482Mr. Antony McCallumUnited Kingdom 2023Friend of PeaceBy awarding this title and award, international personalities express their support for the Tree of Peace initiative in their country of birth.
1483Dr. Marek SobolaRomania 2022Tree of Peace Around the World Commemorative Medalsignificantly contributed to the realization of this magnificent and successful journey, which at an excellent high level represented not only the Tree of Peace and Servare et Manere
1484Ms. Dominika SobolováBelgium 2022Tree of Peace Around the World Commemorative Medalsignificantly contributed to the realization of this magnificent and successful journey, which at an excellent high level represented not only the Tree of Peace and Servare et Manere
1485Mr. Gabriel RehákUnited States 2022Tree of Peace Around the World Commemorative Medalsignificantly contributed to the realization of this magnificent and successful journey, which at an excellent high level represented not only the Tree of Peace and Servare et Manere
1486Mr. Lubomír Rehák PPSPSlovakia 2022Tree of Peace Around the World Commemorative Medalsignificantly contributed to the realization of this magnificent and successful journey, which at an excellent high level represented not only the Tree of Peace and Servare et Manere
1487Mr. Robert StingrayAustralia 2022Tree of Peace Around the World Commemorative Medalsignificantly contributed to the realization of this magnificent and successful journey, which at an excellent high level represented not only the Tree of Peace and Servare et Manere
1488Mrs. Kristina StingraySlovakia 2022Tree of Peace Around the World Commemorative Medalsignificantly contributed to the realization of this magnificent and successful journey, which at an excellent high level represented not only the Tree of Peace and Servare et Manere
1489Mr. Lukáš MacekCzechoslovakia 2022Tree of Peace Around the World Commemorative Medalsignificantly contributed to the realization of this magnificent and successful journey, which at an excellent high level represented not only the Tree of Peace and Servare et Manere
1490Mr. Martin FroncSlovakia 2022Tree of Peace Around the World Commemorative Medalsignificantly contributed to the realization of this magnificent and successful journey, which at an excellent high level represented not only the Tree of Peace and Servare et Manere
1491Milan Rastislav Štefánik Society / Spolocnost Milana Rastislava ŠtefánikaSlovakia 2022Tree of Peace Around the World Commemorative Medalsignificantly contributed to the realization of this magnificent and successful journey, which at an excellent high level represented not only the Tree of Peace and Servare et Manere
1492Zuzana CaputováSlovakia 2019Tree of Peace Memorial Plaquemade a special contribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations, as well as have made a major contribution to the spreading and implementation of the Tree of Peace initiative.
1493Lubomír RehákSlovakia 2019Tree of Peace Memorial Plaquemade a special contribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations, as well as have made a major contribution to the spreading and implementation of the Tree of Peace initiative.
1494Queen Margrethe IIDenmark 2020Tree of Peace Memorial Plaquemade a special contribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations, as well as have made a major contribution to the spreading and implementation of the Tree of Peace initiative.
1495Kiingi Tuheitia Pootatau Te Wherowhero VIINew Zealand 2022Tree of Peace Memorial Plaquemade a special contribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations, as well as have made a major contribution to the spreading and implementation of the Tree of Peace initiative.
1496Edouard FritchFrance 2022Tree of Peace Memorial Plaquemade a special contribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations, as well as have made a major contribution to the spreading and implementation of the Tree of Peace initiative.
1497International Committee of the Red CrossSwitzerland 2023Tree of Peace Memorial Plaquemade a special contribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations, as well as have made a major contribution to the spreading and implementation of the Tree of Peace initiative.
1498Tsar Simeon IIBulgaria 2023Tree of Peace Memorial Plaquemade a special contribution to spreading ideas of understanding and union among nations, as well as have made a major contribution to the spreading and implementation of the Tree of Peace initiative.
1499ETSSC, a student organizationTimor Leste 1993Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1500Antero Benedito da SilvaTimor Leste 1993Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1501ABFSU, a student organizationBurma 2001Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1502Min Ko NaingBurma 2001Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1503ZINASU, a student organizationZimbabwe 2003Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1504ACEU, a student organizationColombia 2005Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1505Charm TongBurma 2007Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1506Elkouria «Rabab» AmidaneWestern Sahara 2009Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1507Duško KosticCrotia 2011Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1508Majid TavakoliIran 2013Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1509Ayat Al-QurmeziBahrain 2015Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1510Hajer ShariefLibya 2017Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1511Fasiha HassanSouth Africa 2019Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1512METU LGBT+ Solidarity from Middle East Technical UniversityTurkey 2021Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1513DOXA MagazineRussia 2022Student Peace Prizehas made a significant contribution to creating peace and promoting human rights.
1514Louis AragonFrance 1957Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1515Emmanuel d'Astier de La VigerieFrance 1957Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1516Heinrich Brandweiner [de] Austria 1957Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1517Danilo DolciItaly 1957Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1518María Rosa OliverArgentina 1957Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1519Udakendawala Siri Saranankara TheroCeylon/Sri Lanka 1957Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1520Nikolai TikhonovSoviet Union 1957Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1521C. V. RamanIndia 1958Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1522Josef HromádkaCzechoslovakia 1958Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1523Artur LundkvistSweden 1958Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1524Louis SaillantFrance 1958Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1525Kaoru YasuiJapan 1958Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1526Arnold ZweigEast GermanyBurma 1958Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1527Otto BuchwitzEast GermanyBurma 1959Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1528W. E. B. Du BoisUnited States 1959Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1529Nikita KhrushchevSoviet Union 1959Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1530Ivor MontaguUnited Kingdom 1959Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1531Kostas VarnalisGreece 1959Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1532Laurent CasanovaFrance 1960Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1533Cyrus S. EatonCanada 1960Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1534Aziz Sharif [ar]Iraq 1960Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1535SukarnoIndonesia 1960Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1536Fidel CastroCuba 1961Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1537Ostap D?uski [pl]Poland 1961Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1538Bill MorrowAustralia 1961Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1539Rameshwari NehruIndia 1961Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1540Mihail SadoveanuRomania 1961Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1541Antoine TabetLebanon 1961Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1542Ahmed Sékou TouréGuinea 1961Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1543István DobiHungary 1962Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1544Faiz Ahmad FaizPakistan 1962Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1545Kwame NkrumahGhana 1962Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1546Pablo PicassoSpain 1962Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1547Olga PobleteChile 1962Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1548Manolis GlezosGreece 1963Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1549Modibo KeïtaMali 1963Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1550Oscar NiemeyerBrazil 1963Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1551Georgi TraykovBulgaria 1963Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1552Rafael AlbertiSpain 1964Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1553Aruna Asaf AliIndia 1964Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1554Ahmed Ben BellaAlgeria 1964Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1555Herluf BidstrupDenmark 1964Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1556Dolores IbárruriSpain 1964Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1557Ota KaoruJapan 1964Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1558Peter Ayodele Curtis JosephNigeria 1965Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1559Jamsrangiin SambuuMongolia 1965Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1560Mirjam Vire-TuominenFinland 1965Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1561David Alfaro SiqueirosMexico 1966Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1562Miguel Ángel AsturiasGuatemala 1966Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1563Bram FischerSouth Africa 1966Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1564Rockwell KentUnited States 1966Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1565Ivan MálekCzechoslovakia 1966Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1566Giacomo ManzùItaly 1966Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1567Martin NiemöllerWest Germany 1966Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1568Herbert WarnkeEast Germany 1966Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1569Romesh ChandraIndia 1967Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1570Jean EffelFrance 1967Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1571Joris IvensBelgium 1967Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1572Nguy?n Th? ??nhVietnam 1967Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1573Endre SíkHungary 1967Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1574Jorge Zalamea BordaColombia 1967Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1575Akira IwaiJapan 1968-69Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1576Jaros?aw IwaszkiewiczPoland 1968-69Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1577Khaled MohieddinEgypt 1968-69Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1578Linus PaulingUnited States 1968-69Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1579Shafie Ahmed el SheikhSudan 1968-69Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1580Bertil SvahnströmSweden 1968-69Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1581Hikmat Abu ZaydEgypt 1970-71Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1582Eric BurhopAustralia 1970-71Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1583Ernst BuschEast Germany 1970-71Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1584Tsola DragoychevaBulgaria 1970-71Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1585Renato GuttusoItaly 1970-71Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1586Kamal JumblattLebanon 1970-71Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1587Funmilayo Ransome-KutiNigeria 1970-71Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1588Alfredo VarelaArgentina 1970-71Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1589James AldridgeAustralia 1972Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1590Salvador AllendeChile 1972Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1591Leonid Brezhnev Soviet Union 1972Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1592Enrique PastorinoUruguay 1972Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1593Luis CorvalánChile 1973-74Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1594Raymond GoorBelgium 1973-74Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1595Jeanne Martin CisséGuinea 1973-74Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1596Sam NujomaNamibia 1973-74Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1597Hortensia Bussi de AllendeChile 1975-76Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1598János KádárHungary 1975-76Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1599Seán MacBrideIreland 1975-76Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1600Samora MachelMozambique 1975-76Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1601Agostinho NetoAngola 1975-76Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1602Pierre PouyadeFrance 1975-76Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1603Yiannis RitsosGreece 1975-76Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1604Kurt BachmannWest Germany 1977-78Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1605Freda BrownAustralia 1977-78Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1606Vilma EspínCuba 1977-78Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1607K. P. S. MenonIndia 1977-78Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1608Halina SkibniewskaPoland 1977-78Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1609Hervé BazinFrance 1977-78Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1610Angela DavisUnited States 1977-78Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1611Urho KekkonenFinland 1979Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1612Abd al-Rahman al-KhamisiEgypt 1979Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1613Lê Du?nVietnam 1979Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1614Miguel Otero SilvaVenezuela 1979Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1615Mahmoud DarwishPalestine 1980-82Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1616John Hanly MorganUnited States 1980-82Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1617Líber SeregniUruguay 1980-82Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1618Mikis TheodorakisGreece 1980-82Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1619Charilaos FlorakisGreece 1983-84Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1620Indira GandhiIndia 1983-84Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1621Jean-Marie LegayFrance 1983-84Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1622Nguy?n H?u Th?Vietnam 1983-84Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1623Eva PalmærSweden 1983-84Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1624Luis VidalesColombia 1983-84Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1625Josef WeberWest Germany 1983-84Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1626Miguel d'Escoto BrockmannNicaragua 1985-86Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1627Dorothy HodgkinUnited Kingdom 1985-86Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1628Herbert MiesWest Germany 1985-86Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1629Julius NyerereTanzania 1985-86Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1630Petur TanchevBulgaria 1985-86Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1631Abdul Sattar EdhiPakistan 1988Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1632Nelson MandelaSouth Africa 1990Lenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1633Martti AhtisaariFinland Unknown yearLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1634Valerie GouldingIreland Unknown yearLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1635Eugénie CottonFrance 1950Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1636Heriberto Jara CoronaMexico 1950Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1637Hewlett JohnsonUnited Kingdom 1950Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1638Frédéric Joliot-CurieFrance 1950Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1639Arthur MoultonUnited States 1950Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1640Pak Chong-aeNorth Korea 1950Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1641Soong Ching-lingChina 1950Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1642Jorge AmadoBrazil 1951Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1643Monica FeltonUnited Kingdom 1951Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1644Guo MoruoChina 1951Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1645Pietro NenniItaly 1951Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1646Oyama IkuoJapan 1951Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1647Anna SeghersEast Germany 1951Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1648Johannes R. BecherEast Germany 1952Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1649Elisa BrancoBrazil 1952Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1650Ilya EhrenburgSoviet Union Burkina Faso 1952Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1651James Gareth EndicottCanada 1952Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1652Yves FargeFrance 1952Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1653Halldór Laxness Iceland 1952Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1654Saifuddin KitchlewIndia 1952Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1655Paul RobesonUnited States 1952Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1656Andrea AndreenSweden 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1657John Desmond BernalUnited Kingdom 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1658Isabelle BlumeBelgium 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1659Pierre CotFrance 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1660Howard FastUnited States 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1661Andrea GaggieroItaly 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1662Leon KruczkowskiPoland 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1663Pablo NerudaChile 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1664Nina Popova Soviet Union 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1665Sahib Singh SokheyIndia 1953Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1666André BonnardSwitzerland 1954Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1667Bertolt Brecht Austria 1954Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1668Nicolás GuillénCuba 1954Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1669Felix IversenFinland 1954Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1670Thakin Kodaw HmaingBurma 1954Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1671Alain Le LéapFrance 1954Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1672PrijonoIndonesia 1954Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1673Denis PrittUnited Kingdom 1954Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1674Baldomero Sanín CanoColombia 1954Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1675Muhammad al-AshmarSyria 1955Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1676Lázaro CárdenasMexico 1955Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1677Ragnar ForbechNorway 1955Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1678Seki AkikoJapan 1955Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1679Tôn ??c Th?ngVietnam 1955Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1680Karl Joseph WirthWest Germany 1955Stalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1681Martin Andersen NexøDenmark UnknownStalin Peace PrizeLenin Peace Prize "strengthened peace among comrades".
1682Hassan FathyEgypt 1980Right Livelihood Award"for developing an 'Architecture for the Poor'."
1683Stephen GaskinUnited States 1980Right Livelihood Award"for caring, sharing and acting with and on behalf of those in need at home and abroad."
1684Plenty InternationalUnited States 1980Right Livelihood Award"for caring, sharing and acting with and on behalf of those in need at home and abroad."
1685Mike CooleyUnited Kingdom 1981Right Livelihood Award"for designing and promoting the theory and practice of human-centred, socially useful production."
1686Bill MollisonAustralia 1981Right Livelihood Award"for developing and promoting the theory and practice of permaculture."
1687Patrick van RensburgSouth Africa 1981Right Livelihood Award"for developing replicable educational models for the third world majority."
1688Foundation for Education with Production (FEP) Botswana Burkina Faso 1981Right Livelihood Award"for developing replicable educational models for the third world majority."
1689Erik DammannNorway 1982Right Livelihood Award"for challenging Western values and lifestyles in order to promote a more responsible attitude to the environment and the third world."
1690Anwar FazalMalaysia 1982Right Livelihood Award"for fighting for the rights of consumers and helping them to do the same."
1691Petra KellyGermany 1982Right Livelihood Award"for forging and implementing a new vision uniting ecological concerns with disarmament, social justice and human rights."
1692Participatory Institute for Development Alternatives (PIDA)Sri Lanka 1982Right Livelihood Award"for developing exemplary processes of self-reliant, participatory development among the poor in Asia."
1693George TrevelyanUnited Kingdom 1982Right Livelihood Award"for educating the adult spirit to a new non-materialistic vision of human nature."
1694Leopold Kohr Austria 1983Right Livelihood Award"for his early inspiration of the movement for a human scale."
1695Amory LovinsUnited States 1983Right Livelihood Award"for pioneering soft energy paths for global security."
1696Hunter Sheldon-LovinsUnited States 1983Right Livelihood Award"for pioneering soft energy paths for global security."
1697Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI)United States 1983Right Livelihood Award"for pioneering soft energy paths for global security."
1698Manfred Max-NeefChile 1983Right Livelihood Award"for revitalising small and medium-sized communities through 'Barefoot Economics'."
1699Centre for Development Alternatives (CEPAUR)Chile 1983Right Livelihood Award"for revitalising small and medium-sized communities through 'Barefoot Economics'."
1700Ibedul Gibbons Palau 1983Right Livelihood Award"for upholding the democratic, constitutional right of their island to remain nuclear-free."
1701The People of Belau Palau 1983Right Livelihood Award"for upholding the democratic, constitutional right of their island to remain nuclear-free."
1702Imane Khalifeh Lebanon 1984Right Livelihood Award"for inspiring and organising the Beirut peace movement."
1703Ela BhattIndia 1984Right Livelihood Award"for helping home-based producers to organise for their welfare and self-respect."
1704Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA)India 1984Right Livelihood Award"for helping home-based producers to organise for their welfare and self-respect."
1705Winefreda GeonzonPhilippinis 1984Right Livelihood Award"for giving assistance to prisoners and aiding their rehabilitation."
1706Free Legal Assistance Volunteers' Association (FREE LAVA)Philippinis 1984Right Livelihood Award"for giving assistance to prisoners and aiding their rehabilitation."
1707Wangari MaathaiKenya 1984Right Livelihood Award"for converting the Kenyan ecological debate into mass action for reforestation."
1708Green Belt Movement (GBM)Kenya 1984Right Livelihood Award"for converting the Kenyan ecological debate into mass action for reforestation."
1709Theo van BovenBelgium 1985Right Livelihood Award"for speaking out on human rights abuse without fear or favour in the international community."
1710Cary FowlerUnited States 1985Right Livelihood Award"for working to save the world's genetic plant heritage."
1711Pat MooneyCanada 1985Right Livelihood Award"for working to save the world's genetic plant heritage."
1712Rural Advancement Fund International (RAFI)United States 1985Right Livelihood Award"for working to save the world's genetic plant heritage."
1713Rajni KothariIndia 1985Right Livelihood Award"for linking and strengthening local groups working to protect civil liberties, women's rights and the environment."
1714Dialogue of the People [Lokayan]India 1985Right Livelihood Award"for linking and strengthening local groups working to protect civil liberties, women's rights and the environment."
1715János VarghaHungary 1985Right Livelihood Award"for working under unusually difficult circumstances to preserve the river Danube, a vital part of Hungary's environment."
1716Danube Circle [Duna Kör]Hungary 1985Right Livelihood Award"for working under unusually difficult circumstances to preserve the river Danube, a vital part of Hungary's environment."
1717Robert Jungk Austria 1986Right Livelihood Award"for struggling indefatigably on behalf of peace, sane alternatives for the future and ecological awareness."
1718Rosalie Bertell, S.G.M.Canada 1986Right Livelihood Award"for raising public awareness about the destruction of the biosphere and human gene pool, especially by low-level radiation."
1719Alice StewartUnited Kingdom 1986Right Livelihood Award"for bringing to light in the face of official opposition the real dangers of low-level radiation."
1720Helena Norberg-HodgeSweden 1986Right Livelihood Award"for preserving the traditional culture and values of Ladakh against the onslaught of tourism and development."
1721Ladakh Ecological Development Group (LEDeG)India 1986Right Livelihood Award"for preserving the traditional culture and values of Ladakh against the onslaught of tourism and development."
1722Evaristo Nugkuag IkananPeru 1986Right Livelihood Award"for organising to protect the rights of the Indians of the Amazon basin."
1723Interethnic Association for the Development of the Peruvian Rainforest (AIDESEP)Peru 1986Right Livelihood Award"for organising to protect the rights of the Indians of the Amazon basin."
1724Johan GaltungNorway 1987Right Livelihood Award"for his systematic and multidisciplinary study of the conditions which can lead to peace."
1725The Chipko MovementIndia 1987Right Livelihood Award"for its dedication to the conservation, restoration and ecologically-sound use of India's natural resources."
1726Hans-Peter DürrGermany 1987Right Livelihood Award"for his profound critique of the strategic defence initiative (SDI) and his work to convert high technology to peaceful uses."
1727Global Challenges NetworkGermany 1987Right Livelihood Award"for his profound critique of the strategic defence initiative (SDI) and his work to convert high technology to peaceful uses."
1728Frances Moore LappéUnited States 1987Right Livelihood Award"for revealing the political and economic causes of world hunger and how citizens can help to remedy them."
1729Institute for Food and Development PolicyUnited States 1987Right Livelihood Award"for revealing the political and economic causes of world hunger and how citizens can help to remedy them."
1730Mordechai VanunuIsrael 1987Right Livelihood Award"for his courage and self-sacrifice in revealing the extent of Israel's nuclear weapons programme."
1731Inge GenefkeDenmark 1988Right Livelihood Award"for helping those whose lives have been shattered by torture to regain their health and personality."
1732International Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims (IRCT)Denmark 1988Right Livelihood Award"for helping those whose lives have been shattered by torture to regain their health and personality."
1733José LutzenbergerBrazil 1988Right Livelihood Award"for his contribution to protecting the natural environment in Brazil and worldwide."
1734John Charlewood TurnerUnited Kingdom 1988Right Livelihood Award"for championing the rights of people to build, manage and sustain their own shelter and communities."
1735Mohammed IdrisMalaysia 1988Right Livelihood Award"for their exemplary struggle to save the tropical forests of Sarawak."
1736Harrison Ngau LaingMalaysia 1988Right Livelihood Award"for their exemplary struggle to save the tropical forests of Sarawak."
1737Friends of Nature Malaysia [Sahabat Alam Malaysia, SAM]Malaysia 1988Right Livelihood Award"for their exemplary struggle to save the tropical forests of Sarawak."
1738the Penan peopleMalaysia 1988Right Livelihood Award"for their exemplary struggle to save the tropical forests of Sarawak."
1739Seikatsu Club Consumers' Co-operative Union (SCCCU)Japan 1989Right Livelihood Award"for creating the most successful, sustainable model of production and consumption in the industrialised world."
1740Melaku WoredeEthiopia 1989Right Livelihood Award"for preserving Ethiopia's genetic wealth by building one of the finest seed conservation centres in the world."
1741Aklilu LemmaEthiopia 1989Right Livelihood Award"for discovering and campaigning relentlessly for an affordable preventative against bilharzia."
1742Legesse Wolde-YohannesEthiopia 1989Right Livelihood Award"for discovering and campaigning relentlessly for an affordable preventative against bilharzia."
1743Survival InternationalUnited Kingdom 1989Right Livelihood Award"for working with tribal peoples to secure their rights, livelihood and self-determination."
1744Alice Tepper MarlinUnited States 1990Right Livelihood Award"for showing the direction in which the Western economy must develop to promote the well-being of humanity."
1745Council on Economic Priorities (SA8000)United States 1990Right Livelihood Award"for showing the direction in which the Western economy must develop to promote the well-being of humanity."
1746Bernard Lédéa Ouédraogo [fr]Burkina Faso 1990Right Livelihood Award"for strengthening peasant self-help movements all over West Africa."
1747Felicia LangerPoland 1990Right Livelihood Award"for the exemplary courage of her advocacy for the basic rights of the Palestinian people."
1748Association of Peasant Workers of the Carare (Asociación de Trabajadores Campesinos del Carare, ATCC)Colombia 1990Right Livelihood Award"for its outstanding commitment to peace, family and community in the midst of the most senseless violence."
1749Edward GoldsmithUnited Kingdom 1991Right Livelihood Award"for his uncompromising critique of industrialism and promotion of environmentally sustainable and socially just alternatives to it."
1750Baba AmteIndia 1991Right Livelihood Award"for their inspired opposition to the disastrous Narmada Valley dams project and their promotion of alternatives designed to benefit the poor and the environment."
1751Medha PatkarIndia 1991Right Livelihood Award"for their inspired opposition to the disastrous Narmada Valley dams project and their promotion of alternatives designed to benefit the poor and the environment."
1752Save the Narmada Movement [Narmada Bachao Andolan, NBA]India 1991Right Livelihood Award"for their inspired opposition to the disastrous Narmada Valley dams project and their promotion of alternatives designed to benefit the poor and the environment."
1753Bengt DanielssonSweden 1991Right Livelihood Award"for exposing the tragic results of, and advocating an end, to French nuclear colonialism."
1754Marie-Thérèse Sailley-DanielssonSweden 1991Right Livelihood Award"for exposing the tragic results of, and advocating an end, to French nuclear colonialism."
1755Jeton AnjainMarshall Islands 1991Right Livelihood Award"for their steadfast struggle against United States nuclear policy in support of their right to live on an unpolluted Rongelap island."
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