Nobel Peace Prize 2020 – Full List of Qualified Nominations

NOBEL LAUREATES, 17 Feb 2020

Fredrik S. Heffermehl - The Nobel Peace Prize Watch – TRANSCEND Media Service

11 Feb 2020 – A new page on Facebook, Nobel Peace Prize Watch, has been established to present the 36 nominations found qualified for 2020 and permit public exchange and debate around the candidates. Please follow, comment and encourage others to follow.

The full list of nominations qualified to win for 2020: http://www.nobelwill.org/index.html?tab=10

Nobel Peace Prize Watch, NPPW, publishes the only survey that meets academic standards, based as it is on concrete nominations found by an active worldwide search and a scrutiny of qualifications based on the actual intention of Alfred Nobel´s testament.

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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 [2014] Russian). fredpax@online.nohttp://www.nobelwill.org.


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