The Luxembourg Peace Prize for Outstanding Peace Education seeks to recognize educational organizations fostering a culture of peace with all ages, groups, youngsters, elderly, women, refugees, etc. with a global impact over the years.
UWC International is the organisation at the centre of the United World Colleges, a global educational movement whose mission is "to make education a force to unite people, nations, and cultures for peace and a sustainable future".
Dulce Magalhaes is considered one of the 100 leaders of peace according to Geneve for Peace Foundation. She has written multiple books and published more than 900 articles for the newspaper Correio do Povo since 2011 and several other magazines.
Founder of the participatory art movement for Peace “Elephants for Peace” in 2002. To this she has initiated many peace events around the world with the mission to make the peaceful majority aware that they are in majority as well as to introduce the elephant as a symbol for powerful Peace.