MasterPeace received the Peace Symposium Award 2019
MasterPeace is honoured to receive the ‘Peace Symposium’ award!
We are very proud to announce that MasterPeace has been awarded the ‘Peace Symposium’ award for its innovative and inspirational message of positivity and ‘using culture and art in global peace actions’, presented by the city of Nijmegen in collaboration with the coalition Peace Mission Without Weapons.
MasterPeace global leader Aart Bos is receiving the prestigious award on behalf of the MasterPeace global movement, which he will dedicate to all the MasterPeace teams around the world.
In its official statement, the city of Nijmegen, which is no stranger to peace-building, stated that “The award comes as a recognition of MasterPeace’s unique standpoint of positivity realizing hundreds of projects in the Netherlands and worldwide based on the mission to mobilize talents from the local communities.’ As part of the city’s celebration of the International day of Non Violence, MasterPeace will be recognized among two other awardees, Peace Brigades International – The Netherlands for their work on assisting human rights defenders, and Eirene Netherlands for their work on non-violent communication in the Balkans.
As not a coincidence, today we also learnt that MasterPeace Sri Lanka received the N-Peace award recognizing stories of peacebuilders, and a few days ago, our Club in Delhi – Aarohan Ngo received National Healthcare Leadership award!
Thanks to you, our MasterPeace Clubs, for creating all these amazing moments of celebration and recognition!
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