Outstanding Peace Process

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Outstanding Peace Process

The Luxembourg Peace Prize for Outstanding Peace Process seeks to recognize an ongoing process in a specific area of peace/future build- ing which has advanced significantly towards reaching a resolution. The purpose is to bring attention to important achievements in peace processes in the world today.

  • An ongoing process in a specific area of peace/future building which has advanced significantly towards reaching a resolution;
  • Can be a geographical area, a Committee or other form of Group;
  • Purpose it to bring attention to important achievements in peace processes in the world today;
  • Global coverage over the years;
  • Can be combined with another award category.
Eritrea and Ethiopia

Eritrea and Ethiopia

2019 Outstanding Peace Process

The 2018 Eritrea Ethiopia bilateral summit took place in July 2018 in Asmara, Eritrea, between Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and officials from the two countries.
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North and South Korea Initiatives

North and South Korea Initiatives

2018 Outstanding Peace Process

We are awarding it jointly to the negotiators and families of North Korea and South Korea. Giving the award to the North and South Korea peace process is a way of ‘supporting’ efforts there
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Colombia Negotiators and Civil Society Actors

Colombia Negotiators and Civil Society Actors

2017 Outstanding Peace Process


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Outstanding Environmental Peace
Outstanding Inner Peace
Outstanding Art for Peace
Outstanding Peace Technology
Outstanding Peace Journalism
Outstanding Environmental Peace
Outstanding Art for Peace
Outstanding Inner Peace