2023 GLOBAL PLURALISM AWARD RECIPIENTS
In recognition of outstanding achievements to support more inclusive societies worldwide, the renowned international jury selected 3 winners and 7 honourable mentions for the 2023 Global Pluralism Award.
2023 Award Winners
Esther Omam is a peacebuilder, mediator and human rights defender mobilizing women and youth from across Cameroon to advocate for an end to conflict and hostilities.
Red de Intérpretes y Promotores Interculturales Asociación Civil
Red de Intérpretes y Promotores Interculturales Asociación Civil is an Indigenous youth collective in Oaxaca, Mexico tackling exclusion by providing otherwise unavailable Indigenous language interpretation to those involved in legal proceedings.
REFORM: The Palestinian Association for Empowerment and Local Development
REFORM: The Palestinian Association for Empowerment and Local Development is a non-governmental organization building solidarity between groups in Palestine by empowering them to get involved in social life and influence decision-making.
Build Up | Kenya/United States/Global
Build Up works with peacebuilding institutions and a network of peace innovators to tackle polarization and make peacebuilding processes more inclusive of diverse voices and perspectives with a specific focus on digital technologies.READ MORE
Deeyah Khan | Norway/United States
Deeyah Khan is a documentary filmmaker and activist countering extremism and fostering understanding and empathy across ideological, religious and racial divides.READ MORE
The Global Interfaith Network for People of All Sexes, Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities and Expressions – GIN-SSOGIE | Global
The Global Interfaith Network for People of All Sexes, Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities and Expressions – GIN-SSOGIE supports LGBTIQ+ people of faith from the Global South and East to advocate for an end to violence and persecution against sexual and gender minorities.READ MORE
India Love Project | India
India Love Project challenges exclusion and prejudice in India by sharing love stories of non-traditional unions between interfaith, inter-caste and LGBTQ+ couples on social media.READ MORE
Lea Baroudi | Lebanon
Lea Baroudi is a peace mediator using art, culture and social enterprise to provide Lebanese youth with the rare opportunity to build a future outside of violent extremism and sectarianism.READ MORE
Politize! Civic Education Institute | Brazil
Politize! Civic Education Institute is a non-partisan and non-profit organization tackling polarization in Brazil by producing free and unbiased political education, training civic leaders to solve public policy problems and training teachers to educate youth to become engaged citizens.READ MORE