2007 -– Albert Arnold (Al) Gore (born in 1948), former Vice President of the United States, and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Al Gore and the IPCC were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for disseminating knowledge on climate change and laying the foundations for counteracting such change.

Al Gore, a professional journalist and author of several books, was for many years active on the political stage of the United States. He was a long-term Democratic member of the US Congress. He served as the 45th Vice President of the United States and was the...

2005 – International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and its Director General Mohamed ElBaradei (born in 1942), Egyptian politician and lawyer. The IAEA and Mohamed ElBaradei were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for preventing the use of nuclear energy for military purposes and for striving for the safest possible use of this energy for peaceful purposes.

Mohamed ElBaradei completed his law studies at the University of Cairo. In 1974, he received a doctorate in international law at New York School of Law. He began his career in the Egyptian Diplomatic Service in 1964 and worked in the Egyptian Ministry for Foreign...

2002 – Jimmy (James) Earl Carter (born 1924), former US President (1977-1981), mediator in international conflicts. President Carter has been awarded for decades of his untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts.

He served as a Georgia state senator (1962-1966) and the Governor (1971-1975). A champion of the civil rights movement and racial desegregation. Carter’s first official act as the President was issuing a blanket pardon for all dissenters who evaded conscription during...