Monthly Archives: October 2013

Peace Scholar Post: Mallory Schulte

How many of you have a planner? I have a planner. Correction, I have a day planner. It runs from 7 am to 7 pm each day. It allows me to carefully schedule out each moment of my day to … Continue reading

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“Nobel Peace Prize winner: barely known but close to home” by Maureen K. Reed (Article in the Pioneer Press)

Maureen K. Reed, Executive Director of the Nobel Peace Prize Forum, writes about the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. You can read the full article by following the link below. “We all saw … Continue reading

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Don’t Blame the Norwegians by Jochen Bittner (New York Times article)

Mr. Michael Roan, one of the founders of the Nobel Peace Prize Forum and of the Festival, stays closely in touch with us.  He kindly brought this article from the NY Times to our attention.  In the wake of yesterday’s … Continue reading

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The 2013 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Announcement!

The Norwegian Nobel Committee just announced that the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize is going to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) for its dedicated work in eliminating chemical weapons. OPCW promotes and verifies the adherence to the … Continue reading

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