The Larger Committee of Human Fraternity has opened nominations for the 2024 Zayed Award for Human Fraternity, to acknowledge those that work to advertise human progress and peaceable coexistence.
By Vatican Information
The Zayed Award for Human Fraternity at the moment opened nominations for its 2024 award.
The Award was arrange in February 2019 in response to Pope Francis’ historic assembly with the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar within the United Arab Emirates and the publication of the Doc on Human Fraternity signed by the 2 non secular leaders.
The Zayed Prize goals to supply worldwide recognition to people and entities who’ve made profound contributions to human progress and the facilitation of peaceable coexistence.
The award – which features a USD $1 million monetary prize – can go to people and organizations of all backgrounds.
As Zayed Award for Human Fraternity Secretary-Common Choose Mohamed Abdelsalam mentioned: “Because the 2024 version of the award begins, we name for nominations of individuals and organizations who’re advancing human fraternity in any respect ranges of society, inspiring others to serve the frequent good, and altering our world for the higher.”
Eligible nominators can submit nominations by way of the Zayed Award for Human Fraternity’s official web site: https://zayedaward.org/.
Nominations will likely be accepted till October 1, 2023. An impartial judging committee of consultants in peacebuilding and coexistence will evaluation the nominations and choose the honoree(s).
The recipient(s) will likely be honoured throughout a ceremony to be held on February 4, 2024 – coinciding with the UN-recognized Worldwide Day of Human Fraternity and the anniversary of the signing of the Doc on Human Fraternity by Pope Francis and the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar.
For the reason that award’s inception, leaders, activists, and humanitarian organizations from world wide have been honoured together with Pope Francis (honorary recipient); the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Professor Ahmed Al-Tayeb (honorary recipient); UN Secretary-Common António Guterres; activist towards extremism Latifa Ibn Ziaten; His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and his spouse, Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah; Haitian humanitarian group the Basis for Data and Liberty (FOKAL); the Group of Sant’Egidio group; and Kenyan peacebuilder Shamsa Abubakar Fadhil.