Right Livelihood Awards

Unlike the Nobel Prizes and most other international prizes, the Right Livelihood Award has no categories. It recognizes that, in striving to meet the human challenges of today’s world, the most inspiring and remarkable work often defies any standard classification. The Right Livelihood Award is not an award for the world’s political, scientific or economic elite, but an award for the people and their work and struggles for a better future. The Laureates come from all walks of life: they are farmers, teachers, doctors, or simply, concerned citizens. The prize money shared by all Laureates is SEK 3 million (2017). Normally, the Foundation makes three Cash awards and one Honorary Award each year. The prize money is for ongoing successful work, never for personal use.

Eligibility: Anyone – except Right Livelihood Award jury and staff members – can propose anyone (individuals or organisations), except themselves, close relatives or their own organisations to be considered for a Right Livelihood Award.

Note:If institutional nomination/external expert review is sought (individuals may also nominate candidates outside of the institutional process), please submit a candidate suggestion form by the internal deadline to recommend a candidate to the President’s Advisory Committee on Awards, Honours and Prizes. For more information, please contact awards@sfu.ca.

Agency Website: http://www.rightlivelihoodaward.org/honour/about-the-right-livelihood-award/

Upcoming Deadlines

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March 03, 2023March 03, 2023 *
16:00:00 16:00:00 America/Vancouver Application Deadline: Right Livelihood Awards Honours and supports those offering practical and exemplary answers to the most urgent challenges facing us today. .
* NOTE: This deadline is an estimate based on previous years, but a confirmed deadline has not yet been published. We will update the deadline when it has been confirmed.
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