The Noble Peace Prize has been awarded 92 times to about 124 Noble Laureates between 1901 and 2011 — 99 times to individuals and around 23 times to organizations. It is awarded to those who have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of world peace.
Noble Peace Prize Winners contains an exhaustive list of about 100 Noble Laureates, their brief life histories, education, achievements, work forwards human welfare and their invaluable contribution to bring global peace and harmony.
Some of the well-known names included in this book are Jane Addams, Kofi Annan, Aung San Suu Kyi, Emily Greene Balch, Jimmy Carter, Michael Gorbachev, Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, Betty Williams, Woodrow Wilson Barrack Obama and many more. These eminent personalities have devoted their entire lives for the betterment and well— being of the human society, irrespective of cast, creed, colour, race or sex. They have brought fighting nations and people together, abolishing wars and war threats, advocating peace and brotherhood across the globe.
In fact these people who strived hard and worked for a noble cause are always a source of inspiration for all of us especially the children and the youth. Read and learn from their lives works and achievement and try to adhere to their principles, bringing peace success happiness glory and fulfillment.