Muhammad Aasim among 3 Indians shortlisted for the ICP World Peace Prize
The three finalists were shortlisted for the International Children’s Peace (ICP) award by a panel of experts from over 169 nominees from 39 countries.
Bangalore: Three teenagers, a disabled boy and two brothers, from India, have been shortlisted for this year’s International Children’s Peace Prize (ICP), South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu said on behalf of KidsRights on Thursday. Foundation.
Muhammad Aasim is a 15-year-old disabled boy from Kerala who inspires young people with disabilities around the world to continue their education.
Christina Adane is an 18 year old girl born in the Netherlands to Ethiopian parents and now living in the UK who has made a name for herself in the fight against food injustice.
Vihaan, 17, and Nav Agarwal, 14, are two brothers from Delhi who are committed to reducing pollution as the eyes of the world are on the COP26 Climate Change Conference.
The three finalists were shortlisted by an expert panel of over 169 nominees from 39 countries, reflecting the impact and importance of global recognition that provides the winner with a global platform of hundreds of millions of people to promote his work.
Announcing the finalists, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, sponsor of the ICP Prize said:
âThis year’s finalists are worthy of all of my 13 years as a sponsor of the International Children’s Peace Prize, the quintessential global youth award with so many famous laureates. worldwide. They show, through their values ââand determination, what children can achieve by campaigning to improve the rights of others around the world.
The hybrid ceremony will take place on November 13 at the Knights Hall in The Hague and will be broadcast live so that the winner’s message can reach a global audience.
Each year, the prize is awarded by a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and in 2021, Kailash Satyarthi, the 2014 recipient, will declare the winner of the Nkosi statuette as well as a scholarship and care grant to enable him to ‘get an education.
The recipient will also receive a project fund of 100,000 euros, half of which will go to the winner’s theme, half of which will be invested by KidsRights in other projects of other young change agents fighting for children’s rights.
The International Children’s Prize for Peace was launched in 2005 at the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Rome, chaired by Mikhail Gorbachev. It is awarded annually to a child who has made a significant contribution to the defense of the rights of the child and to the improvement of the situation of vulnerable children such as orphans, child laborers and children with HIV / AIDS. .
The award is an initiative of Marc Dullaert, founder and president of the KidsRights Foundation, an international children’s rights organization based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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