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Tipperary International Peace Award

Tipperary International Peace Award

The Atoms for Peace Award was established in 1955 through a grant of $1,000,000 by the Ford Motor Company Fund. An independent nonprofit corporation was set up to administer the award for the development or application of peaceful nuclear technology. It was created in response to U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower's Atoms for Peace speech to the United Nations.

SlName CountryFlagYearAwarded For
1(Late) Seán MacBrideTimor Leste (East Timor)1984made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
2Bob GeldofTimor Leste (East Timor)1985made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
3Gordon WilsonMyanmar (Burma)1987made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
4Mikhail GorbachevMyanmar (Burma)1988made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
5Nelson MandelaZimbabwe1989made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
6Bill ClintonColombia2000made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
7Rudy GiulianiMyanmar (Burma)2001made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
8John O’SheaIreland2003made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
9Benazir BhuttoCrotia2007made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
10Edward KennedyIran2009made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
11Dr. Sima SamarBaharain2010made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
12Mary McAleese and Martin McAleeseLibya2011made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
13Malala YousafzaiSouth Africa2012made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
14Richard HaassTurkey2013made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
15Ban Ki-moonRussia2014made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
16Juan Manuel SantosColombia2017made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.
17Sviatlana TsikhanouskayaBelarus2022made significant contributions to the promotion of peace and the resolution of conflicts on a global scale.

Tipperary International Peace Awardee (1984 ~ 2000)

Seán MacBride

Tipperary International Peace Award 1984

Bob Geldof

Tipperary International Peace Award 1985

Gordon Wilson

Tipperary International Peace Award 1987

Mikhail Gorbachev

Tipperary International Peace Award 1988

Nelson Mandela

Tipperary International Peace Award 1989

Tipperary International Peace Awardee (2001 ~ 2010)

Bill Clinton

Tipperary International Peace Award 2000

Rudy Giuliani

Tipperary International Peace Award 2001

John O’Shea

Tipperary International Peace Award 2003

Benazir Bhutto

Tipperary International Peace Award 2007

Edward Kennedy

Tipperary International Peace Award 2009

Sima Samar

Tipperary International Peace Award 2010

Tipperary International Peace Awardee (2011 ~ 2020)

Mary McAleese and Martin McAleese

Tipperary International Peace Award 2011

Malala Yousafzai

Tipperary International Peace Award 2012

Richard Haass

Tipperary International Peace Award 2013

Ban Ki-moon

Tipperary International Peace Award 2014

Juan Manuel Santos

Tipperary International Peace Award 2017

Tipperary International Peace Awardee (2021 ~ 2030)

Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya

Tipperary International Peace Award 2021