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The Mandela Legacy Committee - Canada has been formed to preserve Mandela's legacy of a society free from all forms of discrimination.
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 2014
City: Toronto
Country: Canada
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01718
A Plague from the Libyan Delegation to the 17th World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) held in South Africa, to 'Our African Hero Nelson Mandela'.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 21 December 2010
City: Tripoli
Country: Libya
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01590
Lifetime Achievement Award from the South African Muslim Network (SAMNET) in recognition of his service to humanity and an album of congratulatory and well-wishing letters from various Muslim Community Organisations.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 13 August 2009
City: Durban
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01071
Certificate commemorating the 90th birthday of Mr Mandela and recognizing his life's work from the Jewish National Fund of South Africa and the South African Zionist Federation
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 2008
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01215
Human Dignity Award from the Association of European Parliamentarians with Africa (AWEPA) in honour of his lifelong dedication to the rights and dignity of others.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 2007
City: Amsterdam
Country: Netherlands
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T011803
The Millennium Award conferred to Mr Mandela by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation,
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 16 May 2005
City: Washington, DC
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00532
Award for Outstanding Literary Work from the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP), the oldest civil rights organisation in the United States.The award is for the book 'Madiba's Favourite Folktales', a collection of stories Mr Mandela admired.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: ANC website
Date: 7 May 2003
City: Washington, DC
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00264
The Mandela Rhodes Foundation was announced by Nelson Mandela and Lord Waldegrave, the chairman-elect of the Rhodes Trustees as part of the centenary celebrations of The Rhodes Trust, UK. The central purpose of The Mandela Rhodes Foundation is to build exceptional leadership capacity in Africa through its various leadership development and leadership training programmes.
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Source: Mandela Rhodes Foundation website
Date: 13 February 2002
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00120
The first King Shaka Award in recognition of bravery. Mandela could not attend the official presentation night at Gold Reef City in July and he received the award from King Goodwill Zwelithini during a ceremony at his home in Johannesburg
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Media reports, ANC website
Date: 25 July 2001
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00246
The World Methodist Peace Award reads "The World Methodist Council today recognises you, Dr Nelson Mandela, for the inspiration and hope you have brought to South Africa, the Continent of Africa, and the peoples of the world. For over half a century your name has become synonymous with freedom and reconciliation" Signed Dr Frances M Alguire, Chairperson World Methodist Council and Dr Joe Hale, General Secretary World Methodist Council.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Mandela Rhodes Foundation Collection
Date: 21 September 2000
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00294
Nelson Mandela Museum with branches in Mthatha, Qunu and Mvezo
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum website; NMF Digital Photograph Collection
Date: February 2000
City: Mthatha, Qunu, Mvezo
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01017
The Jewish Humanitarian Achiever Award from the South African Jewish Report and Investec Private Bank.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection; List from the Office of the President
Date: June 2000
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00498
The third Juliet Hollister Award was presented to Nelson Mandela during a plenary gathering in the Parliament of the World religions in Cape Town. This award is given annually to religious and secular leaders who actively promote interfaith values. The presentation of the award to Mr. Mandela recognizes his struggle for freedom and tolerance in South Africa and lifts up his model of reconciliation with non-violence.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: ANC Website; Interfaith Studies website; Mandela Rhodes Foundation Collection
Date: 5 December 1999
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00281
International Peace Award from the United Nations Association of Australia during their 21st Anniversary.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 1999
Country: Australia
Continent: Australia and Oceania
Notes: The award consists of a perspex pillar with a golden dove with a branch in its beak
Reference ID: T01539
Lifting up the World with a Oneness Heart Award presented by the Sri Chinmoy organisation
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum
Date: 1999
City: New York City
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00252
The Nelson Mandela Foundation opened in 1999 as Mr Mandela’s office when he retired as president. Until 2006 it focused on supporting a wide range of projects dear to Mr Mandela’s heart. In 2004 the Foundation established the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory & Dialogue to promote Mr Mandela’s legacy. It contains an archive about the life and work of Mr Mandela which also attempts to provide links to the many other archival references to him and a Dialogue programme which seeks to foster Mr Mandela’s spirit of community and humanity in bringing people together to discuss a range of crucial issues facing South Africa and the world.
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Source: NMF
Date: 1999
Place: Houghton
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00148
The Chris Hani Peace Award at the 10th National Congress of the South African Communist Party.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection, NMF speeches database, footage SAMC
Date: 1 July 1998
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Notes: Speech: NMS598
Reference ID: T00213
Award from Soka Gakkai International.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: List from the Office of the President
Date: 1998
City: Santa Monica
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01024
Mandela Family Museum, 8115 Vilakazi Street, Orlando
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Source: NMF digital photo collection
Date: 29 November 1997
Place: Soweto
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01018
The International Humanitarian Award presented by the World Union for Progressive Judaism.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum
Date: 24 May 1997
City: New York City
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00239
The first Commonwealth Green Pennant Award presented by the Commonwealth.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum
Date: 1997
City: Edinburgh
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00231
The Isaiah Award presented by Keren Hayesod - United Jewish Appeal for distinguished world leadership.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum, Office of the ANC President: Nelson Mandela Papers at the University of Fort Hare
Date: 8 August 1996
City: Jerusalem
Country: Israel
Continent: Asia
Reference ID: T00242
Black box in the shape of Africa with seeds inside. Presented on the occasion of the 32nd Organisation of African Unity (OAU )Summit. The OAUwas disbanded on 9 July 2002 and replaced by the African Union (AU).
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 8 July 1996
City: Addis Ababa
Country: Ethiopia
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00803
The U Thant Peace Award from the Peace Meditation at the United Nations bestowed by Sri Chinmoy.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 29 January 1996
City: New York City
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Notes: Large dark silver cup trophy with 2 rounded handles on round base with affixed silver plate.
Reference ID: T00289
Plaque presented by the women of the Dutch Reformed Church (NGK) in South Africa
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: January 1996
Place: Hatfield
City: Pretoria
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00831
The Babelo Eiphnhee Award presented by the UNESCO Dodecanese
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum
Date: 1996
City: Dodecanese
Country: Greece
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00286
The Richard Allen Man of the Decade Award in honour of the Centennial celebration of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 1996
City: Nashville
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00734
The Nelson Mandela Children's Fund (NMCF), established by Mandela in 1995, strives to change the way society treats its children and youth. This long-term vision captures the central role society plays in shaping children’s lives and to give voice and dignity to the African child by building a rights-based movement. 'Friends of the NMCM' were established in New York (23/10/95) and in London (12/07/96)
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Source: NMCF
Date: 8 May 1995
City: Johannesburg, New York City, London
Country: South Africa, USA, UK
Continent: Africa, North America and Europe
Reference ID: T00159
The Faithful Leadership Merit Award from the Presbyterian Christian Apostolic Church "Maboloka - Emagcina".
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 16 April 1995
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01399
The Black Presbyterian Women’s Lucy Craft Laney Award; presented during the National Black Presbyterian Caucus (NBPC) 28th Annual Conference. The award was accepted on Mr Mandela’s behalf by Vera Swan, ecumenist, teacher, author and former missionary in South Africa.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Worldwide Faith News website
Date: 23 March 1995
City: Memphis
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00204
The South African Hindu Maha Sabha presented to President Nelson Mandela at the Hare Krishna Temple.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 6 November 1994
Place: Chatsworth
City: Durban
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00789
The Tuan Sheikh Yusuf Peace Award from the Muslim Women Federation of Southern Africa for his selfless commitment to justice, democracy and peace.Presented on the occasion of Mandela's inauguration as State President.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 10 September 1994
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00276
Certificate in recognition of Mr Mandela's outstanding leadership and distinguished service from the Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 30 July 1994
City: Evanston
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00211
The Peter J Daniels Caleb Encouragement Award for courage, vision and persistance from the Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for All Nations.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: November 1994
City: Kiev
Country: Ukraine
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00648
The International Apostolic Humanitarian Award from the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith for his heroic struggle against injustice and persecution.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 15 September 1993
City: Philadelphia
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00195
Plaque honouring ANC President N Mandela presented by the Democratic Progressive Party of Taiwan.
Type: Tributes from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: 1 August 1993
City: Taipei
Country: Taiwan
Continent: Asia
Reference ID: T00829
Honorary Volunteer Minister Award from the Church of Scientology International.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 1993
City: Riverside County
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00689
Bronze statue "Serving humanity in the face of adversity" from Canadian workers in recognition of his courageous struggle and lifelong commitment to social justice, freedom and human dignity.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: June 1992
City: Vancouver
Country: Canada
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00763
The Isitwalandwe Award from the African National Congress (ANC), the highest award from the ANC.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: ANC website
Date: 1992
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00961
A South African Railways and Harbour Workers' Union (SARHWU) plaque presented on the occasion of the union's 3rd National Congress. SARHWU has merged with the Transport and General Workers' Union to form SATAWU in 2000.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: February 1991
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00800
Mandela Cultural Centre (Centro Cultural Mandela de Volta Redonda Rio de Janeiro)as well as an award paying tribute to Mr. Mandela.
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 1991
Place: Volta Redunda
City: Rio de Janeiro
Country: Brazil
Continent: South America
Reference ID: T01177
The Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize was awarded to Mr Mandela and President F W de Klerk in 1991 by UNESCO.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: UNESCO website, publication at the NMF
Date: 1991
City: Paris
Country: France
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00287
The Elija Barayis Award from COSATU presented to Mandela for his outstanding leadership and service on the occasion of the 15th Anniversary of COSATU.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: 1 December 1990
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Notes: Huge wooden sculpture representing the logo of COSATU resting on a wooden socket with the text: The Elijah Barayi Award for outstanding leadership and service presented to Nelson Mandela on the occasion of the 15th Anniversary of COSATU.
Reference ID: T01518
Award from the Union of African Journalists.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: May 1990
City: Cairo
Country: Egypt
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00688
Mandela Institute for Human Rights in the Palestinian National Authority Area, Jerusalem.
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Source: website of the organisation
Date: 1989
Place: Palestinian National Authority Area
City: Jerusalem
Country: Israel
Continent: Asia
Reference ID: T00139
The United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights by the High Commisioner for Human Rights. This fourth Award, on the occassion of the 40th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was bestowed on Nelson and Winnie Mandela, amongst others.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: ANC website; UN website
Date: 10 December 1988
City: Geneva
Country: Switzerland
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00288
The Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought by the European Parliament to honour individuals or organisations for their efforts on behalf of human rights and fundamental freedoms and against oppression and injustice. The award is also referred to as the Human Rights Prize.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source:  ANC website; EU website
Date: 1 December 1988
City: Strasbourg
Country: France
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00274
The W.E.B. du Bois International Medal by the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP) for his fight against apartheid. Mandela was able to accept this award in July 1993 when attending a fund-raising meeting with the NAACP.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: ANC website
Date: 21 July 1986
City: Baltimore
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00292
The W.E.B. Dubois International Medal by the National Association for the Advencement of Coloured People (NAACP).
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: IDAF Exhibition
Date: 1986
City: Baltimore
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01531
Nelson Mandela Forum in Florence.The Forum is accreddited by the NMF.
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Date: 1985
City: Florence
Country: Italy
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00096
Sliver plaque in shape of a scroll from the Communist Party of Italy, Unita Festival and Chorus and the Choir Partisan Trestino. Message to rise in the world for the internationalist cause.
Type: Tributes from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Gifts Collection
Date: July 1978
City: Rome
Country: Italy
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01120
Award from the General Union of Workers from Algeria.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: unknown
City: Algiers
Country: Algeria
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01201
Glass ball presented by the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: unknown
City: Nassau
Country: Bahamas
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00806
Mandela Centre, Denmark established by the Foundation for Peace and Reconciliation to ensure that Mandela’s life, work and thoughts are remembered and utilized.
Type: Awards, Events and Organisations named after Mandela
Source: Mandela Centre website
Date: unknown
City: Copenhagen
Country: Denmark
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01161
Medallion of the Democratic Constitutional Assembly of Tunesia.
Type: Civic Honours and related
Source: NMF Gifts Collection
Date: unknown
City: Tunis
Country: Tunisia
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00678
Plaque honouring the 20th Anniversary of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) presented by Dr Hamid Algabid.
Type: Awards from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: unknown
City: Jeddah
Country: Saudia Arabia
Continent: Asia
Reference ID: T00812
Plaque presented to Nelson R. Mandela by the Metropolitan Spiritual Churches of Christ Inc.
Type: Tributes from Civil Society and Business
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: unknown
City: Kansas City
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00875

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