Building inclusive societies requires great effort, but often comes with little recognition or support. The Global Centre for Pluralism (the Centre) has launched a new Global Pluralism Award to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of organizations, individuals and governments who are tackling the challenge of living peacefully and productively with diversity.
The Award is part of the Centre’s ongoing efforts to learn about successful and innovative approaches to pluralism, share information about best practices and support examples of pluralism in action.
“The Centre aims for the Award to recognize the impressive work being done around the world to support more peaceful, prosperous and inclusive societies,” said John McNee, Secretary General of the Centre.
Nominations are being accepted until August 31st 2016. The first three awardees will be chosen by an international jury of prominent experts and will be announced in early 2017.