Anyone may submit a nomination for someone to be awarded the Internet Peace Prize. To do so, enter the person’s name and why you feel they should be awarded the prize in the comment form below.
Nominations are reviewed by the Sunfull Foundation. Candidates that meet the prize requirements, along with a report on their activity, are forwarded to the IPP Award Committee.
The IPP Award Committee reviews the candidates and selects a winner. The winner is notified, after which, an announcement is released to the media.
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Nominations for candidates for the Internet Peace Prize, along with their qualifications, are submitted through this website. As names are submitted, the Sunfull Foundation reviews the candidates, their qualifications, and their background to ensure they meet the Internet Peace Prize criteria:
The names of candidates, along with a background report, are submitted to the Award Committee. The Committee reviews the nominations and makes the final determination for the Internet Peace Prize recipient.
Nominations are reviewed and selections are made without regard to nationality, race, religion, or ideology.
The Internet Peace Prize Award Committee consists of global leaders of peace, including Nobel Peace Prize and Noble Medicine Prize Laureates, representing the fields of education, culture, science and human rights. This committee selects the candidate (or candidates) to be awarded the Internet Peace Prize.