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Nobel Peace Prize Festival

The Nobel Peace Prize Forum is an annual event that inspires students and other citizens to become active participants in peacemaking efforts around the world.

The Nobel Peace Prize Forum is excited to announce that youthrive will be the producer of the upcoming Nobel Peace Prize Youth Festival! Together we are continuing a shared tradition of inspiring young people – through celebrating the work of Nobel Peace Prize laureates – to take action locally and globally. The Nobel Peace Prize Festival will be held on the Augsburg College campus in Minneapolis on Friday, March 7th, 2014.

Nobel Peace Prize Forum


Teachers / advisers / chaperons must register their own groups. Sign up your 4th – 12th- graders for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be inspired by Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Doctors Without Borders and Leymah Gbowee. The a.m. session is for grades 4 through 12 while the afternoon session is for high school students.




Videos & Photos of Past Peace Prize Festivals


Video from the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize Festival:


2011 Nobel Peace Prize Festival Photos



Videos of the March 5, 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Festival at Augsburg featuring 2008 Nobel Laureate Martti Ahtisaari are below.

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Videos of the March 5, 2009 Nobel Peace Prize Festival at Augsburg College are available below. The complete video, including summary and Professor Alley's talk, is available for purchase.

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Part II:

Pennsylvania State University Professor Richard Alley's complete and very engaging talk to the students on Climate Change is accessible below.  Prof. Alley was one of the co-winners of the 2007 Nobel Prize as part of the Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change.
 
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