Nominations for the University of Georgia Delta Prize for Global Understanding

The Delta Prize for Global Understanding is awarded to individuals who by their own initiative have provided opportunities for greater understanding among cultures and nations.  The Prize recognizes contributions to peace and cooperation, such as grassroots projects that diminish hostilities in a particular region of the world, international programs that improve relations among different peoples, and leadership in the solution of global or regional conflict.  Since its creation in 1999, the Prize has been awarded to President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter and The Carter Center, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, President Mikhail Gorbachev, Mrs. Sadako Ogata, President Václav Havel, Ambassador Gertrude Mongella, Mr. Ted Turner, President Nelson Mandela and President Martti Ahtisaari.

Nominations may be made by completing the web form below, or by submitting the name of your nominee by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you may include a brief supporting statement about your nominee.

Nominations are accepted year-round. Nominations received by September 1 are included in the current selection process. Nominations received after September 1 are assigned to the following year’s selection process.

Contact Information

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The Delta Prize for Global Understanding
The University of Georgia
164 Psychology Building
Athens, GA 30602-3001

(706) 542-3966

(706) 542-2828

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Online Nomination Form

Use this form to make a nomination for the next Delta Prize. Fill out as much information as you can about the nominee. Fields marked with an astersik (*) are required.

  1. Your Contact Information
  2. Your Nomination
    1. If you wish, you may include additional supporting information about your nominee.