On Thursday November 19, 2015 at the Quai Branly museum, the 2015 Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention was awarded to Latifa Ibn Ziaten. The Cultural Banks of Maliet were equally awarded the 2015 Culture for Peace Prize, in partnership with the Culture & Diversité foundation.. The President of the French Republic, François Hollande, and members of the Fondation Chirac Jury were in attendance.
Prize for Conflict Prevention
Latifa Ibn Ziaten was distinguished for her work promoting inter-religious dialogue and defending a culture of peace with her Association "Imad Ibn Ziaten pour la jeunesse et la paix".
THE MAGAZINE PUBLISHED ITS LIST OF THE 50 MOST INFLUENTIAL AFRICAN WOMEN IN THE WORLD. AMIRA YAHYAOUI IS INCLUDED.
THE LAUREATE OF THE 2014 FONDATION CHIRAC PRIZE FOR CONFLICT PREVENTION AND THE 2014 CULTURE FOR PEACE PRIZE, BESTOWED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE FOUNDATION FOR CULTURE AND DIVERSITY, WERE AWARDED FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2014 AT THE QUAI BRANLY MUSEUM. FRANCOIS HOLLANDE, THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, AND PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC, ALONG WITH THE FONDATION CHIRAC JURY MEMBERS WERE ALL IN ATTENDANCE.
Denis Mukwege, 2013 laureate of the Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention, has been once again recognized for his work with female victims of rape and sexual violence in armed conflicts.
Biography Born in Ksar Hadada – in southern Tunisia, near Tataouine – Amira Yahyaoui spent most of her childhood in Tunis. She is the daughter of Judge Mokthar Yahyaoui, who was dismissed in 2001 following the publication of...
The Laureates of the 2013 Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention were honored during a Ceremony at the Quai Branly Museum on Thursday November 21. In attendance were the President of the French Republic, François Hollande, President Jacques Chirac, and numerous ministers and high level political leaders, and international figures.
On Monday, May 27, 2013, the second meeting of the Expert Committee was held in preparation of the fifth edition of the Fondation Chirac Prize for Conflict Prevention.
The former Vice-President of the Senate of the Italian Republic has accepted President Jacques Chirac's invitation to become a Jury member for the Prize for Conflict Prevention.
Alain Juppé, former Prime Minister and former Minister of Foreign Affairs, has agreed to serve on the Jury of the Prize for Conflict Prevention alongside other prestigious figures.