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Outstanding Peace Organization

The Luxembourg Peace Prize for Outstanding Peace Organization seeks to recognize a non-profit or non-governmental or inter-governmental organization with global coverage over the years as either building or promoting peace.

2018

Nonviolent Peaceforce

A global organization deploying civilian peacekeepers in areas of armed conflict. One of the most respected and dedicated in the field. They are doing exceptional work in South Sudan and are now developing civilian peacekeeping engagement in Syria.

2017

PATRIR

Since its founding in 2001, PATRIR (Cluj Napoca, Romania) has been a pioneering organisation developing the field of peace-building.

Croix Rouge Luxembourgeoise

2016

Croix Rouge Luxembourgeoise

Volunteer-based humanitarian network.

2015

New Humanity, Focolare Movement

Steve Killelea is the founder of The Global Index (GPI) which measures peace in 162 countries according to 23 qualitative and quantitative indicators.

MasterPeace Netherlands

2015

Masterpeace Foundation, Netherlands

MasterPeace aims at turning 200,000 of youth by 2020 into active peacemakers – calling them ‘Nelsons’ – by awakening their talents and creativity and inspiring each one to turn into promoters and messengers of peace.

MasterPeace Egypt

2015

Masterpeace Foundation, Egypt

MasterPeace aims at turning 200,000 of youth by 2020 into active peacemakers – calling them ‘Nelsons’ – by awakening their talents and creativity and inspiring each one to turn into promoters and messengers of peace.

2018 Luxembourg Peace Prize

June, 2018
Robert Schuman Building 5
Place de l’Europe
Luxembourg City, Kirchberg