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This year's finalists were excellent and all deserve recognition. The awards committee have made their decision on the 2014 Peacebuilder of the Year. The winner has been notified and will be announced publicly here on 21 September 2014.
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Nominations are open for the 2015 Peace Prize, which will go to an outstanding individual peacemaker:
World Vision would also like to thank the 2014 International Awards Committee:
Congratulations to all of our finalists and nominees for the Peacebuilding Award!
The 2014 prize recognises an agency or organisation that excels at integrating peacebuilding into relief, development or advocacy and that mobilises communities to build durable peace. The winner will demonstrate all of these criteria:
Video footage of the award ceremony held at Kaunda Grounds in Gulu, Uganda can be viewed here.
To watch an interview with the Archbishop on the importance of peace and non-violence click here.
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