Prize Of Tolerance

Tolerance is one of the core values of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts; since 1997, the Academy has been awarding the Prize of Tolerance to individuals or institutes who are committed to tolerance, humanity, transnational dialogue as well as anti-racism.

Laureates 1997-2018

1997 – Teddy Kollek †, Jerusalem

1998 – Suzanne Mubarak, Cairo

1999 – Franz Cardinal König †, Vienna

2000 – International Red Cross and Red Crescent, Geneva

2002 – Dorothea Rosenblad, Stockholm

2003 – Djibrail Kassab, Basra

2005 – Giandomenico Picco, New York

2006 – Hans-Dietrich Genscher †, Bonn

2007 – Flavio Cotti, Brione sopra Minusio

2008 – Eugen Biser †, Munich

2009 – Klaus Töpfer, Höxter

2010 – Karl Cardinal Lehmann, Mainz

2011 – Daniel Barenboim, Buenos Aires

2013 – Fr. Pedro Opeka, Antananarivo

2015 – International Olympic Committee, Lausanne

2016 – Roland Riz, Bozen

2018 – Marko Feingold