Nobel Peace Prize
Nobel Peace Prize
Peace, They Say: A History of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Most Famous and Controversial Prize in the World
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In this book, Jay Nordlinger gives a history of what the subtitle calls “the most famous and controversial prize in the world.” The Nobel Peace Prize, like the other Nobel prizes, began in 1901. So we have a neat, sweeping history of the 20th century, and about a decade beyond. The Nobel prize involves a first world war, a second world war, a cold war, a terror war, and more. It contends with many of the key issues of modern times, and of life itself.It also presents a parade of interesting people—more than a hundred laureates, not a dullard in the bunch. Some of these laureates have been historic statesmen, such as Roosevelt (Teddy) and Mandela. Some have been heroes or saints, such as Martin Luther King and Mother Teresa. Some belong in other categories—where would you place Arafat? Controversies also swirl around the awards to Kissinger, Gorbachev, Gore, and Obama, to name just a handful.Probably no figure in this book is more interesting than a non-laureate: Alfred Nobel, the Swedish scientist and entrepreneur who started the prizes. The book also addresses “missing laureates,” people who did not win the peace prize but might have, or should have (Gandhi?).Peace, They Say is enlightening and enriching, and sometimes even fun. It has its opinions, but it also provides what is necessary for readers to form their own opinions. What is peace, anyway? All these people who have been crowned “champions of peace,” and the world’s foremost—should they have been? Such is the stuff this book is made on.
 
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The Nobel Peace Prize Lecture
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The Nobel Lecture was delivered by Jimmy Carter on December 10, 2002, at the ceremony in Oslo, Norway, where he received the Nobel Prize for Peace.
 
Alfred Nobel: The Man Behind the Peace Prize (True Stories)
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Almost everyone has heard of the Nobel Prize, a collection of prizes awarded for accomplishments in science, medicine, literature, and peace. But few people know about the man who established the award and for whom it is named, Alfred Nobel. Alfred Nobel was born in Sweden in 1833. A quick and curious mind, combined with a love of science and chemistry, drove him to invent numerous technological devices throughout his long life. But he is perhaps most well known for his invention of dynamite. Intending it to help safely advance road and bridge construction, Nobel saw his most famous invention used in the development of military weaponry. After a newspaper headline mistakenly announces his death, Nobel was inspired to leave a legacy of another sort. The Man Behind the Peace Prize tells the story of the enduring legacy of Alfred Nobel.Kathy-jo Wargin is the bestselling author of more than 30 books for children. Among her many awards for her work are an International Reading Association Children's Choice Award for The Legend of the Loon and an IRA Teachers' Choice Award for Win One for the Gipper. She lives in the Great Lakes area. Zachary Pullen's character-oriented picture book illustrations have won awards and garnered starred reviews. He has been honored several times with acceptance into the prestigious Society of Illustrators juried shows and Communication Arts Illustration Annual of the best in current illustration. Zachary lives in Wyoming.
 
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My Name Is Jody Williams: A Vermont Girl's Winding Path to the Nobel Peace Prize
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As Eve Ensler says in her inspired foreword to this book, “Jody Williams is many things―a simple girl from Vermont, a sister of a disabled brother, a loving wife, an intense character full of fury and mischief, a great strategist, an excellent organizer, a brave and relentless advocate, and a Nobel Peace Prize winner. But to me Jody Williams is, first and foremost, an activist.”From her modest beginnings to becoming the tenth woman―and third American woman―to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, Jody Williams takes the reader through the ups and downs of her tumultuous and remarkable life. In a voice that is at once candid, straightforward, and intimate, Williams describes her Catholic roots, her first step on a long road to standing up to bullies with the defense of her deaf brother Stephen, her transformation from good girl to college hippie at the University of Vermont, and her protest of the war in Vietnam. She relates how, in 1981, she began her lifelong dedication to global activism as she battled to stop the U.S.-backed war in El Salvador.Throughout the memoir, Williams underlines her belief that an “average woman”―through perseverance, courage and imagination―can make something extraordinary happen. She tells how, when asked if she’d start a campaign to ban and clear anti-personnel mines, she took up the challenge, and the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) was born. Her engrossing account of the genesis and evolution of the campaign, culminating in 1997 with the Nobel Peace Prize, vividly demonstrates how one woman’s commitment to freedom, self-determination, and human rights can have a profound impact on people all over the globe.
 
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The Nobel Peace Prize: What Nobel Really Wanted
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In this groundbreaking and controversial critique of the selections of Nobel Peace Prize winners, an eminent Norwegian lawyer and peace activist calls for its return to legal and moral compliance with the will of Alfred Nobel who wished to support disarmament to prevent war.• Presents a list of all 120 laureates accompanied by gradings of the committee's justification for each of their choices, the results shown in easy-to-understand tables• Each chapter concludes with a comprehensive list of additional resources for further research • Photos of Alfred Nobel and Bertha von Suttner, the two key individuals behind the Nobel Peace Prize• Bibliography points to approximately 100 books and articles on the history of the peace prize and relevant sources on military security versus peace politics• The included appendix, "How to Earn the Nobel Peace Prize" provides the criteria and qualifications required in Nobel's will, lists of those entitled to nominate, application address and deadline, and more
 
Nobel Peace Prize Winners
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The Noble Peace Prize has been awarded 92 times to about 124 Noble Laureates between 1901 and 2011 - 99 times to individuals and around 23 times to organizations. It is awarded to those who have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of world peace. Noble Peace Prize Winners contains an exhaustive list of about 100 Noble Laureates, their brief life histories, education, achievements, work forwards human welfare and their invaluable contribution to bring global peace and harmony. Some of the well-known names included in this book are Jane Addams, Kofi Annan, Aung San Suu Kyi, Emily Greene Balch, Jimmy Carter, Michael Gorbachev, Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, Betty Williams, Woodrow Wilson Barrack Obama and many more. These eminent personalities have devoted their entire lives for the betterment and well- being of the human society, irrespective of cast, creed, colour, race or sex. They have brought fighting nations and people together, abolishing wars and war threats, advocating peace and brotherhood across the globe. In fact these people who strived hard and worked for a noble cause are always a source of inspiration for all of us especially the children and the youth. Read and learn from their lives works and achievement and try to adhere to their principles, bringing peace success happiness glory and fulfillment.
 
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