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International Simón Bolívar Prize Winner List – Simón Bolívar Prize

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International Simón Bolívar Prize serves to recognise activities of outstanding merit that, in accordance with the ideals of Latin American independence hero Simón Bolívar, “contribute to the freedom, independence and dignity of peoples and to the strengthening of a new international economic, social and cultural order”.

The International Simón Bolívar Prize serves to recognise activities of outstanding merit that, in accordance with the ideals of Latin American independence hero Simón Bolívar, “contribute to the freedom, independence and dignity of peoples and to the strengthening of a new international economic, social and cultural order”.

              The Prize is awarded by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) every second year, on 24 July (the anniversary of Bolívar’s birth).

International Simón Bolívar Prize Winner List

Year

Recipient

Country

1983

Juan Carlos I of SpainSpain
Nelson MandelaSouth Africa

1985

Contadora GroupColombia, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela

1988

Vicariate of SolidarityChile

1990

Václav HavelCzechoslovakia

1992

Aung San Suu KyiBurma
Julius NyerereTanzania

1996

Muhammad YunusBangladesh

1998

Mário SoaresPortugal
Milad HannaEgypt

2000

Samuel Ruiz GarcíaMexico
Julio SanguinettiUruguay

2004

Nadia Al-Jurdi NouaihedLebanon
Casa de las AméricasCuba

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