The independent jury is made up of distinguished experts from the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. Through their work in government, human rights, education, academia and the private sector, jury members have an intimate understanding of the extraordinary effort it takes to build societies where differences are valued and respected.
Nominate or apply today for the 2019 Global Pluralism Award.
The Centre has officially launched the 2019 Global Pluralism Award. The Award recognizes individuals and organizations championing respect for diversity and inclusion around the world. Do you know a pluralism champion? Nominate or apply online today!
The 2017 Global Pluralism Award recipients are a source of inspiration of the incredible, diverse ways to champion inclusion worldwide. Listen to their experience to inspire your 2019 submissions!
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 international jury for the Award is made up of distinguished members from a range of disciplines and backgrounds. Read more.
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