Zakaria El Hamel- Morocco

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Young Dedicated Human Rights and Peace Activist

Mr Zakaria El Hamel as a dedicated Human rights and Peace Activist in Morocco, is encouraging a new Generation to stand up for peace and human rights in turbulent Arabic World.

Zakaria El Hamel, 36 years old, is so important for Morocco: for almost two decades, Zakaria has dedicated himself to creating a culture of tolerance and understanding by instilling an awareness and appreciation of human rights. Born in the city of Berkane in northwestern Morocco, Zakaria was introduced to equality and religious diversity at a very early age. He studied law in university, and in 2005 he founded ‘‘Youth for Peace and Dialogue between Cultures’’ in Oujda, where he now lives.

As the President of youth for Peace and Dialogue, Zakaria began to meet and collaborate with national and international active human rights groups to promote intercultural action. In August 2010, he took part in the Youth Summit for Human Rights International (YHRI) at the United Nations in Geneva as the Youth Delegate from Morocco. This event gave him a new inspiration in the following years to help protect the country from the growing threat of fanaticism in nearby lands by promoting all human rights, including freedom of religion and expression.

Zakaria reached further for even more help: Working alongside religious leaders from the Catholic, Islamic, Christian and Methodist faiths, Zakaria next staged an interfaith event in the Saint Louis Church in Oujda. This celebrated ‘‘World    Interfaith Harmony Week’’- a United Nations initiative to increase peace, tolerance and mutual understanding between different faiths.

With the contribution of different organizations, he has promoted human rights, respect for freedom of expression, thought and belief, through workshops and conferences. With his message he has reached street vendors, children, young leaders of schools and groups in different towns and cities throughout the country. From the Moroccan Observatory of Education and the National Council on Human Rights to the United Religions Initiative, more than twenty organisations and groups formed alliances. Together, they now work with Zakaria and his Foundation about Human rights education all over Morocco, maintaining the long tradition of peace and tolerance in this North African Kingdom.

Zakaria El Hamel is Member of Anna Lindh Foundation and Member of the Coalition for the International Criminal Court too.

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http://www.myafricanmagazine.com/zakaria-el-hamel-wins-the-2017-pan-african-humanitarian-award/

https://www.peacetraining.eu/documentary-human-rights-morocco-launched-to-celebrate-peace-and-interfaith-dialogue-in-morocco/

MOVIMIENTO RIOS VIVOS – Colombia

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Social organization for Defending the territory, the human rights and the environment

RIOS VIVOS is a movement that brings together social organizations from the sub-regions of western, northern and lower Cauca to Antioquia, a department of northwestern Colombia. This initiative was created to deal with the fear generated by so much violence in the region and to spread hope among the people.

They are families of fishermen, muleteers, farmers, cooks, housewives, shopkeepers, women and young people from other sectors of rural life, organized in associations called, in most cases, Association of victims and people affected by megaprojects.

RIOS VIVOS pursues a twofold objective: to preserve the right to inhabit a territory, and defend the territory as living space and civil, political, economic, social, cultural and environmental rights. They are also seeking to transform Colombia’s mining and energy policy, which has been seen as one of the causes of population displacement in recent decades.

RIOS VIVOS thus has a tradition of fighting against hydroelectric and mining megaprojects that cause human rights violations as well as serious and irreparable damage to the environment. Their actions and resistance, despite constant threats and attacks aimed at annihilating the population, have not only made possible their survival, but also the rebuilding the social fabric and consolidating peace. The fight against Hidroituango, the largest hydroelectric megaproject in Colombia, is considered emblematic because of the seriousness of the consequences it produces.

These eleven years of history have been times of resistance, resilience, and social fabric. RIOS VIVOS is constantly on the lookout for solutions, particularly peace in its region, beyond the harsh realities faced by communities: “At first we thought the idea of ​​protesting in front of the ‘monster’ was crazy that they would kill us on the first attempt or they would make us disappear, or throw us in jail, even some people continue to think and with reason, because all this was true, all this happened to us and continues to happen. First, large and small meetings, almost clandestine meetings, because the army and the police have made every effort from the beginning to avoid our meetings; a lot of coffee and one meeting after another in the cafeterias, in every park of the affected municipalities, we were talking in a low voice what to do, some said that anyway, if we stayed silent, they could also kill us, that doing nothing was no guarantee of being alive, but doing it either, that life on these lands has always been worth very little.”

RIOS VIVOS, like hundreds of organizations, is committed to peace in Colombia. In various ways, they call for peace with social justice, to guarantee human rights and to end foreign or domestic megaprojects that seek only to satisfy the economic interests of large corporations over life and culture of whole populations.

RIOS VIVOS expresses the feelings of many people and entire countries who are victims of the extractive industry around the world. Their voices and actions defy a monster. This process has a long trajectory, where it faces death, enforced disappearance, perpetual killings and environmental damage.

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More on (In Spanish) https://riosvivoscolombia.org/

 

Etienne De Jonghe – Belgium

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Builder of peace, engaged in the formation of international networks for the demilitarization, the disarmament, the reconciliation and the rights of the peoples.

Mr. Etienne De Jonghe grew up in Belgium in a Europe immersed in the uncertainties of the Cold War. After studying political science, international relations at the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium), and the sciences of peace and conflict at the Polemological Institute of the University of Groningen (the Netherlands, 1968-1970), he directed his professional life towards peace education. For thirty years he was Secretary General of Pax Christi International where he worked to consolidate and develop this movement born in 1945 for Franco-German reconciliation. When he retired in 2008, the movement has a hundred member organizations spread across worldwide.

Endowed with a strong contact capacity and a deep sense of justice, he has patiently woven links with citizens of Central and Eastern Europe who have engaged in civil society to advance respect for human rights. In critical years when Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo appeal to Pax Christi, Etienne helps to organize a continental network of groups and organizations that mobilize for peace and reconciliation. At the call of Archbishop Oscar Romero, El Salvador, and other circles in Colombia, Peru and Brazil, a continental network is taking shape in Latin America, in defense of communities affected by violent conflict and the mining industries.

Since retiring, Etienne has been participating in seminars, symposiums and conferences alongside people eager to create a world free from violence, for a lasting peace. His extensive knowledge of European institutions and East-West relations is thus used to create and organize new forums for dialogue to combat intolerance and the effects of populism. For more than thirty years, he has been interested in the role that major religions can play in promoting the conditions for a just and lasting peace, for example by participating in dialogues between the Russian Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church. Also, he has regularly been involved in the CCADD, Christian Approaches to Demilitarization and Disarmament to organise annual gatherings.

Currently, he is active at the European Council of Religious Leaders; he sits on the boards of directors of the International Peace Bureau (IPB) based in Berlin and Brussels, the European Network on Religions and Beliefs (ENORB), and VIRA, a Dutch-Flemish association which organizes conferences on international affairs and brings together a large group of diplomats, journalists and academics in Brussels. Since 2018, in the name of Pax Christi International and with the leaders of Dutch civil society and two Polish faith-based organizations, Etienne has set up a four-year project (2018-2022) which is developing a network with faith-based civil society groups active in Central and Eastern Europe. The aim is to promote pluralistic democracy, dialogue and cooperation, in particular because of the rise of populism and authoritarianism on the European continent.

In short, by his faith, his convictions, his action, and with the constant support of his wife Magda Van Damme, Etienne De Jonghe is a true builder of peace. He is well deserving of this recognition by the Public Peace Prize.

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Rehmat Aziz Khan Chitrali – Pakistan

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The Voice of the Communities without Voice, Pacifist and Defender of Human Rights for all

Rehmat Aziz Chitrali lives in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, and is a linguist, poet, author, translator, social activist, cultural researcher, human rights activist, volunteer, keyboards developer and Inventor.

As peacemaker he works on countering violent extremism in Pakistan. He spreads the message of peace through his initiative “My language and my poetry for Peace”. He works on the conflict resolution issues between the villagers, mainly between men and women. He is known for his ability to mobilize people and resources for peacebuilding. Rehmat Aziz has wide-ranging experience in advocating for systemic change relating to women and youth’s inclusion in prevention, conflict resolution, peacebuilding and security at a regional level.

Committed to protecting the human rights of young women, girls and children in Pakistan; he is convincing the parents to admit their girls in school for imparting mother language education. Through his initiative “Stop Forced Marriage” he is also fighting against the forced marriage of young girls with aged men. He is also fighting against the physical torture, violence against women and girls in this man dominated society. He is mobilizing women and girls for peacebuilding in their areas.

He is world record holder in the field of linguistics and IT. He is the first person in the world to create software which allows the typing of 40 ‎endangered languages on a single platform. While living in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province during the Taliban regime, Rehmat Aziz created ‎Khowar Wikipedia on the internet and wrote Khowar language articles on topics the Taliban ‎discouraged, namely education, human rights, youth rights, peace, women’s rights, Children rights, fundamental rights, mother language education for boys and girls in primary level and the ‎preservation of regional endangered languages in northern Pakistan and played an active role for mother languages.  In spite of the region’s struggles with remoteness and security tensions, Rehmat Aziz has continued to ‎promote the Khowar language and its development along with the other 69 regional endangered languages of Pakistan. He is well known for his linguistics acumen, integrity, sincerity to the cause of language and culture documentation and dedication to the profession. His literary and linguistic works promoted essential qualities for a progressive society such as gender equality, love and affection, dedication to service, truthfulness, tolerance for each other, peace and inter provincial linguistic harmony.

He has already been awarded many national and international awards, gold medals, recognitions on excellent performance, contribution and dedicated works towards linguistics. He continues to pursue his activities in linguistics and literary works for mother languages and is a source of inspiration for younger generations.

He has participated in the United Nations Youth Forum on behalf of Pakistan. He has worked as voice over artist in the first ever Khowar environmental film namely Markhoor. His voice and art are widely applauded in the Khowar speaking community. He has been justly called “The Linguistic Mastermind” by the Pakistani civil society organization “My Voice Unheard”. Another civil society organization “Bolo Jawan” has also called him “The Preservers of Languages”.

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https://www.poemhunter.com/rehmat-azizchitrali/biography/

https://tribune.com.pk/story/791766/tech-talk-typing-in-tongues-now-a-click-away/

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2019 FINALISTS

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Campaign to promote and broadcast the finalists of the 2019 edition of the Public Peace Prize

The Public Peace Prize is at the stage of promotion and dissemination. The objective of this stage is to make visible internationally all the initiatives, candidates and candidates that have reached the status of finalist. To do this, we will publish a finalist profile every week on our website and on our Facebook page.

As in the previous edition, this year the support team of each finalist has the mission to support each application and not only that of its support team, so that it is known in all possible countries.

It is then about helping us advertise this candidacy on the own social networks. We remind people that this award is more collaborative than competitive. The aim is that all our finalists reach the final stage which is the declaration of the winners.

It is the set of reactions and actions such as dissemination, comments or congratulations which will determine whether the objectives of visibility have been achieved for a candidate.

The time to offer your support to the finalists of the 2019 Public Peace Award has arrived!

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The 2019 edition of the Public Peace Prize is officially launched!

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For the sixth consecutive year, the Public Peace Prize is receiving nominations of peacemakers and their initiatives for reconciliation, non-violence, justice, solidarity and peace, at a local, national or international level.

The Public Peace Prize (PPP) is the only distinction for world peace for which candidates are proposed nominated and supported by ordinary citizens of the world. It is the public’s mission to identify and find any person or initiative deserving to emerge from anonymity through their commitment for peace.

The PPP does not offer any financial reward, but since 2014, it has made a significant contribution to making 57 finalists and 38 laureates known around the world, thanks to public support on social media.

Inspiration for the Public Peace Prize comes from the deepest desire to offer a way to make peacemakers visible: an equal number of men and women, groups and communities who have worked anonymously during most of their existence to create conditions for peace and social justice, often at great personal risk.

For the second year, this prize’s collective and community vocation takes precedence over the competitive aspect.

The nomination period – when it will be possible to submit a complete candidacy file, including the formation of a support team – will last until July 31.

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To see this year’s calendar and the details of how to nominate a person or initiative, go to: https://publicpeaceprize.org/propose-an-initiative-or-a-person/

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Lanzamiento de la edición 2019

Proponer una iniciativa o una persona:

Unveiling of the winners of the Public Prize for Peace, 2018 edition

December 10, 2018

This much desired moment of individuals and communities in search of hope and peace has finally arrived!

The public this year presented a total of 19 candidates from 10 countries: four candidates from India, three from Pakistan, three from Colombia, and other candidates from Argentina, Cameroon, , Mexico, Peru, Sierra Leona, Trinidad and Tobago, United States. Once again, the origin of the candidates is different, as are the different ways that people find to express their deepest desire to live in peace.

The Public Peace Prize (PPP) is awarded to 11 finalists who have fulfilled all the conditions to become laureates. The PPP recognizes all of their efforts and their undeniable contribution to peace in their countries.

What’s new in the 2018 edition?

This 5th edition of the PPP has innovated by developing a more collaborative than competitive approach. Finalists’ support teams were invited to support and publicize all the finalists from any country, not just the nominally nominated candidate. The visibility given to each winner depends entirely on the sum total of the various forms of support that the public has given them during the period determined after the launch of each finalist.

2018 Laureates who transform their community

The PPP congratulates and notes the enthusiasm, courage, perseverance, dedication and determination of men and women, human rights defenders, environmentalists, artists committed to peace, media initiatives such as community radio, newspaper or the virtual platform.

The PPP congratulates and recognizes the laureates as artisans and peacemakers who carry out their work to respond to various issues in a context of war or armed conflict, political violence, poverty, economic marginalization, social exclusion. They focus their actions on groups of women and children who are victims of violence, physically disabled, vulnerable groups, marginalized and excluded, so that they can access a dignified life, in tolerance, compassion, solidarity, mutual aid and social inclusion. These artisans and peacemakers work to promote education, non-violence and the rights of women and children beyond social and cultural prejudices. They are also aimed at resolving conflicts, building peace and making cities safer and protecting the environment.

The PPP also congratulates them because they have succeeded in developing particular approaches that integrate justice, economics, culture and technology in one way or another to meet the challenges of today’s societies. They bring with them a world of tolerance and harmony that builds relationships between men and women on gender equality, respect, non-violence and non-discrimination. Finally, these solidarity and collective initiatives become lighthouses that mobilize hope and build the future in a culture of peace.

The mission of the Public Prize for Peace

The PPP honors and celebrates the work of an individual or initiative that has profoundly contributed to the culture of peace. It does not grant the winners any monetary compensation but the will to make them better recognized on a planetary scale, through the social networks. In addition, a plaque in the image of the representation on the web will be given in memory of this distinction.

The PPP would like to thank everyone who participated in this edition for their openness to the new approach that is more collaborative than competitive. PPP is pleased to offer visibility to all peace initiatives, whether known or not. The only objective of this prize is to make known a maximum of initiatives and artisans of peace to the general public, and this beyond any form of competition!

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The Public Peace Prize team is constantly looking for correspondents in various countries, artists, musicians, volunteers for writing, translation and communications among others, to contribute to the process of recognition of initiatives and craftsmen of peace in the world!

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List of Laureates

Maria del Carmen Fuentes Quesada

Artisan of peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction granted for dedicate her life to the poor so they may live in dignity, tolerance, compassion, solidarity, assistance and social inclusion. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in her language that Public Peace Prize gives her to highlight this honorable distinction:

Maria del Carmen Fuentes Quesada PPP 2018

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/maria-del-carmen-fuentes-quesada/

Lenin Raghuvanshi

Artisan of peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for the enthusiasm and courage of a man committed to the human rights of the Dalits and marginalized social groups. Through the NEO-DALITS movement, his enlightened vision contributes hope and builds the future. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in his language that Public Peace Prize gives him to highlight this honorable distinction:

Lenin Raghuvanshi PPP 2018

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/lenin-raghuvanshi/

Dur Khan

Artisan of peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for his perseverance. He seeks peace and conflict resolution, and works defending human rights and the environment. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in his language that Public Peace Prize gives him to highlight this honorable distinction:

Dur Khan PPP 2018

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/dur-khan-pakistan/

Inés Palomeque

Artisan of peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for her commitment as an educator dedicated to the prevention of violence among children and young people. She has implemented peaceful and inclusive initiatives that contribute to establishing a culture of peace. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in her language that Public Peace Prize gives her to highlight this honorable distinction:

Ines Palomeque PPP 2018

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/ines-palomeque/

Nilanjana Sanyal

Artist for peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for the promotion of peace as fruit of social justice, she has made important contributions to discussions about sustainable and inclusive development for the rural poor, the underprivileged, the physically disabled, and for girls. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in her language that Public Peace Prize gives her to highlight this honorable distinction:

Nilanjana Sanyal PPP 2018

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/nilanjana-sanyal/

David and Renate Jakupca

Artists for peace, Laureates for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for their revolutionary approach, these artists and activists have successfully allied economy and culture with technology to bring about a just peace in harmony with nature. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in their language that Public Peace Prize gives them to highlight this honorable distinction:

David and Renate Jakupca PPP 2018

 

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/david-and-renate-jakupca-2/

SAFECITY

Initiative of peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for its virtual platform, it has contributed to making cities safer by promoting equal access to public spaces for all, especially women. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in its language that Public Peace Prize gives it to highlight this honorable distinction:

SAFECITY PPP 2018

 

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/safecity/

PazalaMujer

Initiative of peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for their community radio program, these young artisans of peace have shown courageous commitment by broadcasting proposals relative to the building of peace and the right to a violence-free life. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in its language that Public Peace Prize gives it to highlight this honorable distinction:

PazalaMujer PPP 2018

 

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/pazalamujer/

THE EYE Newspaper

Initiative of peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for its program for the promotion of democratic tolerance that has made coexistence among different communities possible again, in a country marked by political violence. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in its language that Public Peace Prize gives it to highlight this honorable distinction:

THE EYE Newspaper PPP 2018

 

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/the-eye-newspaper-2018/

INTERNATIONAL MEN’S DAY

Initiative of peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for promoting a worldview defined by tolerance and harmony that creates relationships between men and women based upon gender equality, respect, non-violence and non-discrimination. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in its language that Public Peace Prize gives it to highlight this honorable distinction:

 

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/international-mens-day-2018/

Miraj Bibi

Artisan of peace, Laureate for the 2018 Edition of the Public Peace Prize

Distinction awarded for her devotion and determination, she has relentlessly promoted education for children and women beyond social and cultural discrimination. She has become a symbol of social commitment in service of underprivileged people. CONGRATULATIONS!

This is the certificate in her language that Public Peace Prize gives her to highlight this honorable distinction:

Miraj Bibi PPP 2018

Consult the complete profile: https://publicpeaceprize.org/miraj-bibi/

Maria del Camen Fuentes Quesada

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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/

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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

PublicPeacePrize

Each “Like” on Facebook PPP page

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= 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 contact@publicpeaceprize.org

= 3 supports /votes

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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.

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