Announcing the 2014 Sydney Peace Prize recipient:

Australian barrister, human rights advocate and author,

Julian Burnside AO QC

 

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Call for NomNominate an Artist - p3inations for 2015 Sydney Peace Prize:

The Art of Peace

With the centenary of the First World War upon us, this theme draws attention to the important role of art in its many forms, such as painting, sculpture, music, dance, film making, photography and literature, in the pursuit of peace.

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Nominations close 31 August.

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ANNUAL REPORT 2013 — first page

The Foundation’s 2013 Annual Report

 

spf dove invertedFind out what we have been up to in 2013,
discover what we have in store for 2014
and Spot yourself in the Peace Snaps!

 

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Peace with Justice

Peace with justice is a way of thinking and acting which promotes nonviolent solutions to everyday problems and thereby contributes to a civil society

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Sydney Peace Prize

The awarding of a Peace prize is a celebration of inspiring people and their achievements. The Sydney Peace Prize has national and international significance in terms of support given to leaders for peace. It also identifies Sydney as a city with a prominent peace agenda.

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