Defender of the most vulnerable among the poor
For nearly sixty years, Maria del Carmen Fuentes Quesada, better known as Sister Maria, has been working in the working-class neighborhood of the Aquiles Serdan Quarter, one of the most troubled areas of Mexico City.
She has dedicated her life to ensuring those street children, alcoholics and drug addicts, single mothers, prostitutes, the disabled, the elderly and the chronically destitute can access a more dignified life. And this, thanks to the different projects she has developed.
At 85 years of age, this woman bequeaths to us a call for increased tolerance, compassion, solidarity, assistance and social inclusion.
Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/maria-del-carmen-fuentes-quesada/
How to support her: https://publicpeaceprize.org/2018-public-peace-prize-finalists/
Offer your support! Each Like, Comment, Share is giving more visibility to this finalist and makes him better known as a justice and peace builder.
Launch of the period to support the Finalists of the 2018 Public Peace Prize campaign
NOW is the time to offer your support/vote to the finalists!
Completely new in 2018 is a less competitive approach which proposes to make better known a maximum of peacemakers and their initiatives. Accordingly the new voting process request that all participants will be called upon to contribute to sustaining each initiative or artisan of peace beyond any form of competition.
About the finalists
The 2018 edition introduces eight new candidates and three finalists of the 2017 edition, each of them being supported by ten individuals or organisations.
What are the public visibility criteria?
- Recognition in as many countries as possible
- The number of shares, comments and likes
- The sustained support of all the teams to all the finalists.
How does a finalist go to the laureate’s stage?
Important : each week a new profile is introduced on our website and our Facebook page. The quality and number of all forms of support during seven days in a row following the launching of this finalist will illustrate the real success of the present edition of the PPP.
How to support a finalist?
Each visit on the web page of a finalist
Each “Like” on Facebook PPP page
= 1 support /vote
Each “Share” on Facebook
= 2 supports /votes
Each “Comment” giving your appreciation on PPP website and Facebook
or sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
= 3 supports /votes
Your support is important!
The Public Peace Prize is not an economic award but is offering a public recognition and visibility to the Finalists and Laureates. All marks of support, comments will contribute to make better known all finalists beyond borders.
Noticeable is that since four years, the PPP contributed to make better known more than thirty Finalists and Laureates all over the world, thanks to the public support.