Deadline for applications: 29 February 2024.
Created in 1989, this annual Prize honours individuals, institutions, or private or public bodies which have significantly contributed to the promotion, research, safeguarding or maintenance of peace, in accordance with the United Nations Charter and the Constitution of UNESCO. World-renowned figures that have received the Prize include Nelson Mandela, Frederik W. De Klerk, and Jimmy Carter.
The Prize is awarded to a maximum of three laureates, selected by the Director-General of UNESCO on the basis of the assessments and recommendations by an international jury.
Applications must be received by the Secretariat in English or French no later than 29 February 2024 (at midnight, UTC+1): PrixFHB@unesco.org
The award winners receive a monetary award of US $150,000, a commemorative gold medal and a diploma.