Help Secure a New Prize for Nobel Peace in 2018!!!
NOBEL LAUREATES, 8 Jan 2018
Fredrik S. Heffermehl | Nobel Peace Prize Watch – TRANSCEND Media Service
Deadline for Nobel Nominations for 2018: BY JAN 31
Our efforts to make the peace prize serve the visionary peace idea of Alfred Nobel continue. The winner in 2018 was from the list of candidates approved in the NPPW website: http://www.nobelwill.org/index.html?tab=8.
We publish, each year, this screened list of nominations that are 1) properly lodged with the Nobel committee (by a person with nomination rights, by Jan 31, and 2) for a candidate within the purpose of Nobel´s will.
The list gives you an idea of what persons and forms of peace work Nobel had in mind. Please consider using the Nobel award as a formidable tool for fundraising and political awareness that there is an alternative to armaments and militarism, steady arms racing, and recurring wars.
ACTION: PLEASE make sure the Nobel awarders receive a good range of valuable nominations to choose from. Act well ahead of the Jan 31 DEADLINE (to permit us to include in our list). See attached letter to the peace movement – with a draft article to publish or pass on, and …. nominate (forward a copy to us).
Fredrik S. Heffermehl and Tomas Magnusson (addresses in attachment below)
DOWNLOAD PDF ATTACHMENT: Help Secure a New Prize for Nobel Peace in 2018!!!
Fredrik S. Heffermehl, cand. jur, LLM NYU, is a member of the TRANSCEND Network and ex-Vice President of the International Peace Bureau. He is the author of The Nobel Peace Prize, What Nobel Really Wanted (Praeger, 2010 – expanded versions in Chinese, Swedish, Finnish, Spanish and  Russian). email@example.com – http://www.nobelwill.org.
This article originally appeared on Transcend Media Service (TMS) on 8 Jan 2018.
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