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Global Centre for Pluralism Announces the 2019 Global Pluralism Award Winners

Deborah Ahenkorah (Ghana), the Center for Social Integrity (Myanmar) and ‘Learning History That Is Not Yet History’ (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia) recognized as outstanding leaders promoting inclusion worldwide.

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2019 Global Pluralism Award Finalists Announced

In recognition of outstanding achievements to support more inclusive societies worldwide, the renowned international jury selected 10 finalists for the 2019 Global Pluralism Award.

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What is the Global Pluralism Award?

Recognizing Pluralism in Action

The Global Pluralism Award recognizes pluralism in action. It celebrates the extraordinary achievements of organizations, individuals and governments who are tackling the challenge of living peacefully and productively with diversity.


What is Pluralism?

Pluralism, founded on respect for diversity, requires that human differences are protected and valued. Read more.

The Jury

The Jury

The international jury for the Award is made up of distinguished members from a range of disciplines and backgrounds. Read more.

Selection Process

Selection Process

Through a multi-stage process, the jury will select awardees that have demonstrated exceptional and sustained achievement for pluralism. Read more.

2019 Global Pluralism Award Winners

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NDERITU: Buying a book? Make that by an African for Africans

NDERITU: Buying a book? Make that by an African for Africans

The East African By ALICE WAIRIMU NDERITU WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 2019 Ghana’s Deborah Ahenkorah received the 2019 Global Pluralism Award In Ottawa Canada on November 20. Few Africans remember reading children’s books written by African writers. They remember reading...

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