Pacific Champion for Peace Awards

Due to the lack of response towards the Pacific Champion for Peace Awards, we will now postpone  the Awards until 2018


Pacific Champion for Peace Award

The Pacific Centre for Peacebuilding (PCP) will be hosting its first ever Pacific Champion for Peace Award on the 21st of September 2016. The aim of the Award is to recognise individuals or organizations in the Pacific region actively involved in peace related work – conflict transformation, trauma healing, restorative justice and community peace – healing work. Through this event, PCP hopes that peacebuilding work will be widely recognized across the Pacific region and internationally as an important part of and significant contributor to the development of peaceful communities.

PCP is inviting nominations for the award from individuals and organisations in the Pacific region from the following countries; Autonomous region of Bougainville, Cook Islands, 
Federated States of Micronesia,
Fiji, French Polynesia, Guam,
Marshall Islands, Nauru, New Caledonia,
Papua New Guinea,
Samoa (Western and American), Solomon Islands, Timor Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and West Papua.

All documentation must be accompanied by an application form which can be downloaded from the PCP website. A criteria for nominations is also available on the website. On the application form attention should be paid to;

  • The name of the candidate, individual or organization
  • An outline of the reason the individual or organization is being nominated by 
the nominator to be worthy of the award
  • The name, title and academic or professional affiliation of the nominator

Applications must reach the Pacific Champion for Peace Award Selection Committee no later than July 31, 2016. Submission of the nomination form is via email to Grace Fox or post specifically to;

The Chairperson

Pacific Champion for Peace Award Committee

Pacific Centre for Peacebuilding

P. O. Box 18167, Suva, Fiji

 For more information on the Award, visit the PCP website on

(Stay tuned for more detailed updates) 


Pacific communities embracing a culture of peace, justice and non-violence