International UNESCO/José Martí Prize 2016: Call for Application
Submission Deadline:16 October 2015,
The purpose of the International UNESCO/José Martí Prize is to promote and reward an activity of outstanding merit in accordance with the ideals and spirit of José Martí.
By embodying a nation’s aspiration to sovereignty and its struggle for liberty, this activity has contributed, in any region of the world, to the unity and integration of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean and to the preservation of their identities, cultural traditions and historical values.
The International UNESCO/José Martí Prize was instituted in November 1994 by the Executive Board at the initiative of the Government of Cuba. In creating the Prize, the Members of the Executive Board recognized the universality and supreme value of the ideals of José Martí, the apostle of liberty.
- Candidates shall have made a significant contribution, in any region of the world, to the unity and the integration of countries in Latin America and the Caribbean and to the preservation of their identities, cultural traditions and historical values.
- The Prize may be conferred upon individuals, institutions, other entities or non-governmental organizations.
How to submit your nomination
Nominations for the Prize should be submitted, no later than 16 October 2015, by filling out the nomination form in either English, French or Spanish.
Since UNESCO is committed to promoting geographical distribution and gender equality, you are strongly encouraged to submit nomination files for women candidates.
Download the Nomination Form
Send it, duly signed and stamped, to
Anna Maria Majlöf
Secretary of the International UNESCO/José Martí Prize
Division of Social Transformations and Intercultural Dialogue
Social and Human Sciences Sector – UNESCO
7 place de Fontenoy
75352 Paris 07 SP FRANCE
Tel.: +33 1 45 68 17 77