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UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Aiman Musakhodzhaeva (Kazakhstan)
Violinist
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Alain Husson-Dumoutier (France)
Painter
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Angele Assele (Gabon)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Ariel Britos Navas (Uruguay)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Arnold Djoud Ogula
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Bibi Russell (Bangladesh)
Designer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Boris Trajanov (Macedonia)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Chico Bouchikhi
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Céline Dion (Canada)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Cyprien Katsaris (France)
Pianist
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Dani Karavan (Israel)
Sculptor
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Eijin Nimura (Japan)
Violinist
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Enriqueta Ulloa (Bolivia)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Fernanda Montenegro (Brazil)
Actress
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Georges Moustaki (France)
Singer and Comedian
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Gervasio Sanchez (Spain)
Photographer and Reporter
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Gilberto Gil (Brazil)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Gong Li (China)
Actress
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Gérard Voisin (France)
Sculptor and Poet
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Hakuho (Davaajargal Munkhbat) (Mongolia)
Wrestler
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Ilija Marinkovic (Serbia and Montenegro)
Violinist
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Ino Mirkovic (Croatia)
Violinist
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Jean N'Dong (Gabon)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Jean Serge Essous (Congo)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Joaquin Achucarro (Spain)
Pianist
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Joaquin Cortes (Spain)
Dancer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Joël Mve (Gabon)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Lluis Llach (Spain)
Composer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Luis Giron May (Guatemala)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Malangatana (Mozambique)
Painter
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Manu Dibango (Cameroon)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Marcel Khalifé (Lebanon)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Mariana Nicolesco (Romania)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Marisa Berenson (USA)
Actress
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Miguel Bose (Panama)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Milton Masciadri (Uruguay)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Missa Johnouchi (Japan)
Composer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Miyako Yoshida (Japan)
Dancer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
N. Scott Momaday (USA)
Writer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Paoletta Maroccu (Russia)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Patricio Aizaga (Ecuador)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Patricia Velásquez (Venezuela)
Actress
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Relja Basic (Croatia)
Actor
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Rosalie Aboumi (Gabon)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Sayon Camara (Guinea)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Serguei Markarov (Russia)
Pianist
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Setsuko Klossowska De Rola (Japan)
Painter
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Shirley Bassey (United Kingdom)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Silvio Rodriguez (Cuba)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Sumi Jo (Japan)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Susy Acra (Dominician Republic)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Tania Libertad (Peru)
Singer
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Titouan Lamazou (France)
Sailor, Artist and Author
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Twins Seven-Seven (Nigeria)
Painter, Scultor and musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Valery Gergiev (Russia)
Musician
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Vladimir Spivakov (Russia)
Violinist
UNESCO Artist for Peace
   was awarded to   
Zulma Yugar (Bolivia)
Singer
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1980)
   was awarded to   
Roger Y. Stanier
Canada
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1983)
   was awarded to   
César Milstein, FRS
Argentina, United Kingdom
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1985)
   was awarded to   
Victor Nussenzweig and Ruth Nussenzweig
Brazil
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1987)
   was awarded to   
Hélio Gelli Pereira. Peter Reichard
Brazil and Sweden
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1989)
   was awarded to   
Georges Cohen,Walter Fiers
France and Belgium
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1991)
   was awarded to   
Margarita Salas, Eladio Viñuela ,Jean-Marie Ghuysen
Spain and Belgium
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1993)
   was awarded to   
James Michael Lynch, James, Tiedge, Johannes Antoinie Van Veen
UK, USA and Netherlands
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1995)
   was awarded to   
Jan Balzarini and Pascale Cossart
Belguim and France
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1996)
   was awarded to   
Etienne Pays and Sheikh Riazzudin
Belguim and Pakistan
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (1999)
   was awarded to   
Adam Kondrosi
Hungary
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (2001)
   was awarded to   
Susana Lopez Charreton and Carlos Arias Ortiz
Mexico
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (2003)
   was awarded to   
Antonio Pena Diaz
Mexico
UNESCO Carlos J. Fine Prize for Microbiology (2005)
   was awarded to   
Khatijah Binti Mohamad Yusoff
Malaysia
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (1991)
   was awarded to   
Nelson Mandela, Frederik Willem De Klerk
South Africa
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (1992)
   was awarded to   
Hague Academy of International Law
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (1993)
   was awarded to   
Yitzhak Rabin, Shimon Peres, Yasser Arafat
State of Isreal and President of the Palastinian National Authority
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (1994)
   was awarded to   
King Juan Carlos I of Spain, Jimmy Carter
Spain, Uinited States
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (1995)
   was awarded to   
Sadako Ogata
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (1996)
   was awarded to   
Álvaro Enrique Arzú Irigoye, Comandante Rolando Morán
President of the Republic and Guatemala, Representative of the Guatemalan National Revolutionary Unity
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (1997)
   was awarded to   
Fidel V. Ramos, Nur Misauri
President of the Republic of the Phillippines, Chairman of the Moro National Libertaion Front - Phillippines
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (1998)
   was awarded to   
Sheikh Hasina, George J. Mitchell
Prime Minister of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, US Senator
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (1999)
   was awarded to   
Community of Sant'Egidio, Italy
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (2000)
   was awarded to   
Mary Robinson
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (2002)
   was awarded to   
H.E Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão
President of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (2003)
   was awarded to   
Cardinal Roger Etchegaray, Dr Mustafa Ceric
President Emeritus of the Vatican's Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, Grand Mufti of Bosnia
UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize (2005)
   was awarded to   
Abdoulaye Wade
President of the Republic of Senegal
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (1997)
   was awarded to   
Gao Yu
China
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (1998)
   was awarded to   
Christina Anyanwu
Nigeria
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (1999)
   was awarded to   
Jesús Blancornelas
Mexico
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (2000)
   was awarded to   
Nizar Nayyouf
Syria
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (2001)
   was awarded to   
U Win Tin
Myanmar
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (2002)
   was awarded to   
Geoffrey Nyarota
Zimbabwe
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (2003)
   was awarded to   
Amira Hess
Israel
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (2004)
   was awarded to   
Raúl Rivero
Cuba
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (2005)
   was awarded to   
Cheng Yizhong
China
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (2006)
   was awarded to   
May Chidiac
Lebanon
UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (2007)
   was awarded to   
Anna Politkovskaya
Russia (posthumous award)
UNESCO/Institut Pasteur Medal (1995)
   was awarded to   
Natth Bhamarapravati
Thailand
UNESCO/Institut Pasteur Medal (1997)
   was awarded to   
Esther Orozco
Mexico
UNESCO/Institut Pasteur Medal (1999)
   was awarded to   
Luiz Pereira Da Silva
Brazil
UNESCO/Institut Pasteur Medal (2001)
   was awarded to   
Sima Rafati Seyedi Yazdi
Iran
UNESCO/Institut Pasteur Medal (2003)
   was awarded to   
Fadila Boulahbal
Algeria
UNESCO/Institut Pasteur Medal (2005)
   was awarded to   
Mireille Dosso
Côte d'Ivoire
UNESCO International José Martí Prize (1995)
   was awarded to   
Celsa Albert Batista
Historian, vice-rector of the Catholic University of Santo Domingo
UNESCO International José Martí Prize (1999)
   was awarded to   
Oswaldo Guayasamín
Ecuador; painter, particularly of indigenous themes
UNESCO International José Martí Prize (2003)
   was awarded to   
Pablo Gonzalez Casanova
Sociologist, former rector of the National Autonomous University of Mexico
UNESCO International José Martí Prize (2005)
   was awarded to   
Hugo Chavez
President of Venezuela
UNESCO International Simón Bolívar Prize (1983)
   was awarded to   
King Juan Carlos I, Nelson Mandela
Spain and South Africa
UNESCO International Simón Bolívar Prize (1985)
   was awarded to   
The Contadora Group
The efforts of Colombia, Mexico, Panama, and Venezuela to promote peace in Central America
UNESCO International Simón Bolívar Prize (1988)
   was awarded to   
Vicaría De Solidaridad
Chile
UNESCO International Simón Bolívar Prize (1990)
   was awarded to   
Václav Havel
Former President of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic
UNESCO International Simón Bolívar Prize (1992)
   was awarded to   
Aung San Suu Kyi, Julius Nyerere
Myanmar, Tanzania
UNESCO International Simón Bolívar Prize (1998)
   was awarded to   
Mário Soares, Milad Hanna
Portugal, Egypt
UNESCO International Simón Bolívar Prize (1998)
   was awarded to   
Muhammad Yunu
Founder and President of the Grameen Bank (Bangladesh)
UNESCO International Simón Bolívar Prize (2000)
   was awarded to   
Samuel Ruiz García, Julio Sanguinetti
Mexico, Uruguay
UNESCO International Simón Bolívar Prize (2004)
   was awarded to   
Nadia Al-Jurdi Nouaihed, Casa De Las Américas
Lebanon, Cuba
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1978)
   was awarded to   
Mümtaz Soysal
Turkey
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1979)
   was awarded to   
Paul Morren
Belgium
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1981)
   was awarded to   
Ali Sadek Abou-Heif
Egypt
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1983)
   was awarded to   
Felix Ermacora
Austria
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1986)
   was awarded to   
Héctor Fix Zamudio
Mexico
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1988)
   was awarded to   
Asamblea Permanente De Los Derechos Humanos
Bolivia
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1990)
   was awarded to   
Václav Havel
Czech Republic.
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1992)
   was awarded to   
Arab Institute of Human Rights
Tunis, Tunisia
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1994)
   was awarded to   
José Zalaquett Daher
Chile
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1996)
   was awarded to   
President Jean Bertrand Aristide
Republic of Haiti
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (1998)
   was awarded to   
Justice Michael Kirby
High Court, Australia
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (2002)
   was awarded to   
Academia Mexicana De Derechos Humanos
Mexico City, Mexico
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (2004)
   was awarded to   
City of Nuremberg
Germany
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (2004)
   was awarded to   
Professor Vitit Muntarbhorn, Chulalongkorn University
Bangkok, Thailand
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education (2006)
   was awarded to   
Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria
South Africa.
UNESCO Science Prize (1968)
   was awarded to   
Robert Simpson Silver (UK)
For his discovery of a process for the demineralization of sea water
UNESCO Science Prize (1970)
   was awarded to   
Austria (9 Researchers)
For their development of the L-D process designed for recovery of steel from low phosphorus pig iron
UNESCO Science Prize (1970)
   was awarded to   
Mexico and Phillippines
For their work which made it possible to produce, in the space of a few years, improved strains of cereals
UNESCO Science Prize (1970)
   was awarded to   
Viktor Kovda (USSR)
For his theory on the hydromorphic origin of the soils of the great plains of Asia, Africa, Europe and America
UNESCO Science Prize (1976)
   was awarded to   
Alfred Champagnat
For his findings on the low-cost mass production of new proteins from petroleum
UNESCO Science Prize (1978)
   was awarded to   
Lawes Agricultural Trust Team (U.K.)
A team of research workers from the Lawes Agricultural Trust, for their work on synthetic insecticides related to natural pyrethrum
UNESCO Science Prize (1980)
   was awarded to   
Ireland
For their work on the synthesis of an anti-leprosy agent, B-633
UNESCO Science Prize (1980)
   was awarded to   
Leonardo Mata (Costa Rica)
For his work on the relationship between malnutrition and infection, particularly in infants
UNESCO Science Prize (1983)
   was awarded to   
Roger Whitehead (UK)
For his work on the role of maternal nutrition and lactation in infant growth
UNESCO Science Prize (1985)
   was awarded to   
Australia
For their work on the biological control of Salvinia molesta infestations in the Sepik River Basin of Papua New Guinea
UNESCO Science Prize (1987)
   was awarded to   
Yuan Longping (China)
For his work leading to the creation of an hybrid rice with high yield potential
UNESCO Science Prize (1989)
   was awarded to   
Johanna Döbereiner (Brazil)
For her work in exploiting biological nitrogen fixation as the major source of nitrogen in tropical agriculture
UNESCO Science Prize (1991)
   was awarded to   
Venezuela
A group of researchers and engineers from the Instituto Tecnológico Venezolano del Petróleo S.A.
UNESCO Science Prize (1993)
   was awarded to   
O.A. Novaro-Peñalosa (Mexico)
For his contribution to the phenomenon of catalysis
UNESCO Science Prize (1995)
   was awarded to   
Wang Xuan (China)
For his contribution to the Chinese photocomposition system
UNESCO Science Prize (1997)
   was awarded to   
Marcos Moshinsky (Mexico)
For his work in nuclear physics
UNESCO Science Prize (1999)
   was awarded to   
Atta Ur Rahman (Pakistan)
For his work in organic chemistry which has contributed to the development of plant-based therapies for cancer, AIDS and diabetes
UNESCO Science Prize (1999)
   was awarded to   
José Leite Lopes (Brazil)
For his contribution to the development of physics in Latin America
UNESCO Science Prize (2001)
   was awarded to   
Baltasar Mena Iniesta (Mexico)
For his ability to relate his research in rheology and new materials
UNESCO Science Prize (2003)
   was awarded to   
Somchart Soponronnarit (Thailand)
For research on areas of renewable energy and drying technology.
UNESCO Science Prize (2005)
   was awarded to   
Alexander Balankin (Mexico)
For his pioneer contributions in development of fractal mechanics and their technological applications


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