Transatlantic Dialogue wins Luxembourg Peace Prize


An article from the University of Luxebourg

The Transatlantic Dialogue, a cooperation between the University of Luxembourg and Miami University, Ohio, is awarded the Luxembourg Peace Prize 2020 for “Outstanding Peace Education” by the Schengen Peace Foundation.

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The Transatlantic Dialogue is a global conference series, held in Luxembourg since 2008 and organised by the University of Luxembourg and the Miami University, Ohio. It explores the significance of culture and liberal education for fostering global citizenship from U.S. and European perspectives. The prize for “Outstanding Peace Education” recognises the Transatlantic Dialogue’s efforts for fostering a culture of peace among all ages, groups, youngsters, elderly, women, refugees etc. with a global impact over the years.

The award ceremony will take place as part of the 5th Transatlantic Dialogue. Originally scheduled to take place in May 2020, it has been postponed to May 2021 due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.