18th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates
SEOUL 2020

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Nobel Peace Summit’s Educational Book “Being Nobel”

“We are extremely pleased to present the book Being Nobel by our Permanent Secretariat colleague, Livia Malcangio, as one of the main tools of our educational programme “Leading by Example”. This fascinating and informative book recounts the gripping stories of recent...

Final Statements of the Summit

Read the Final statements of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates

Youth Declarations

Read the declaration of the youth at the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates

Venezuela Declaration

Nobel Peace Laureates call the government of Venezuela to stop the crisis and restore the democratic order in the country.

17th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates

Merida, Yucatán, Mexico – September 19-22, 2019 

Figures of the last summit in Merida

Students and youth activists

Workshops

Universities

Peace labs

NGO and youth organizations

Youth projects in progress

Summit History

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Would you like to attend the 2020 World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates? Here are answers to some important questions prior to your participation in the next Summit.

General Public
- Do I need to buy a ticket?

No, the Summit is a free event for the general public. However, seating is limited depending on the capacity of the venue. You will need to register online to secure your seat, and registration usually opens two months before the Summit. Follow us here for updates.

Youth Programme
- How can I join the Youth Programme “Leading by Example”?

Each year, we have official delegations from universities and youth organisations from the globe. If you would like to attend as an individual delegate or if you represent a youth organisation, please email
i.tutberidze@nobelpeacesummit.com for more information.
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Would you like to attend the 2020 World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates? Here are answers to some important questions prior to your participation in the next Summit.

General Public
- Do I need to buy a ticket?

No, the Summit is a free event for the general public. However, seating is limited depending on the capacity of the venue. You will need to register online to secure your seat, and registration usually opens two months before the Summit. Follow us here for updates.

Youth Programme
- How can I join the Youth Programme “Leading by Example”?

Each year, we have official delegations from universities and youth organisations from the globe. If you would like to attend as an individual delegate or if you represent a youth organisation, please email
i.tutberidze@nobelpeacesummit.com for more information.

Today is the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust 2020. Today we remember the tragedy, commemorate the victims of the genocide and promise never to forget.

Nobel Peace Laureate, Elie Wiesel, survived two WWII death camps. He received theNobel Peace Prize for dedicating his life to being the voice for millions of Holocaust victims. He poignantly called on all to remember those who did not survive saying "To forget the dead would be akin to killing them a second time..."
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2 days ago

Today is the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust 2020. Today we remember the tragedy, commemorate the victims of the genocide and promise never to forget. 

Nobel Peace Laureate, Elie Wiesel, survived two WWII death camps. He received theNobel Peace Prize for dedicating his life to being the voice for millions of Holocaust victims. He poignantly called on all to remember those who did not survive saying To forget the dead would be akin to killing them a second time...
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