The IEF are delighted that the integrated education movement has been nominated again for a Nobel Peace Prize.
The nomination shows an international appreciation of the work of parents, campaigners and schools to develop integrated education in Northern Ireland. It also recognises the daily work within integrated schools to actively and intentionally celebrate religious and cultural integration in our divided society.
There are 318 candidates for the Nobel Peace Prize for 2020, of which 211 are individuals and 107 are organisations. The winner will be announced on Friday 09 October.
Dr Nóra Murray-Cavanagh on the nomination of the integrated education movement for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.
Integrated AlumNI member Nicole McNeilly on the nomination of the integrated education movement for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.
Richard Lemon, Chair of the IEF, on the nomination of the integrated education movement for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.
Clare Bailey, Leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland shares her congratulations to the integrated education movement on their nomination for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.
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