The 2023 honoree(s) shall be introduced subsequent month in Abu Dhabi
The six-member judging committee for the fourth version of the Zayed Award for Human Fraternity are assembly in Rome to assessment nominations and determine on the 2023 honoree(s) to be introduced subsequent month in Abu Dhabi.
The members intention to recognise and assist people and/or entities working tirelessly and selflessly throughout divides to create breakthroughs in direction of peaceable coexistence.
“The world has an pressing want for mutual respect, solidarity, and understanding. This award embodies all of those values and I look ahead to honouring this yr’s recipients and their dedication to advancing human fraternity,” UN Beneath-Secretary-Normal and Excessive Consultant for the Alliance of Civilisations Miguel Ángel Moratinos stated.
Dr Ouided Bouchamaoui, a member of the Tunisian Nationwide Dialogue Quartet that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2015, stated: “By means of this award, we will convey a various vary of voices into our international dialog on fraternity. I want the nominees success of their journeys and that they grow to be function fashions by their work and initiatives all over the world.”
Kailash Satyarthi, 2014 Nobel Peace Laureate and baby rights activist, identified: “I’m searching for individuals and teams with the sunshine of compassion to make long-lasting adjustments in society. We want sturdy actions and daring concepts to make an attractive, extra simply, and equitable world.”
Zayed Award for Human Fraternity Secretary-Normal and Muslim Council of Elders Secretary-Normal Choose Mohamed Abdelsalam, stated: “It can be crucial that we search understanding and respect between all peoples and solidify the ideas of human fraternity – that’s the reason the award goals to focus on people and organisations that contribute to creating long-term influence and who’re constructing a framework for initiatives and concepts that foster the event of a extra harmonious international human neighborhood.”
Different two judging committee members are former Vice President of Costa Rica Dr Epsy Campbell Barr and Professional-Prefect of the Dicastery for Evangelisation on the Holy See Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle. The judging committee will choose the honoree(s), who shall be awarded $1 million in assist of their efforts and for the continuation of their work in advancing human fraternity, collaborating throughout divides, and driving actual progress.
The Award was launched in 2019 after Pope Francis, head of the Catholic Church, and Professor Ahmed Al Tayeb, Grand Imam of Al Azhar, co-signed the historic Doc on Human Fraternity in Abu Dhabi.