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 Our awards 

Humanity & Inclusion is an internationally recognized and award-winning non-governmental organization. Nobel Peace Prize, Conrad N. Hilton Award, Nansen Award... These distinctions testify to the organization's commitment and the quality of its members' work.

 Nansen Award 

Established in 1954, the Nansen Refugee Award is presented annually to an individual or organization for outstanding service and dedication to uprooted people. The award is named in memory of Fridtjof Nansen, intrepid polar explorer, first League of Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1922.
The 1996 Nansen Prize was awarded to Humanity & Inclusion for its commitment to refugee populations. In 2008, it was awarded to deminers in southern Lebanon, including three teams from the association.

 Nobel Peace Prize 

Humanity & Inclusion was a co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize as a founding member of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines which led to the signing of the Mine Ban Treaty, also known as the Ottawa Treaty. We continue the fight against landmines and other explosive weapons which indiscriminately kill and injure civilians.

 Conrad N. Hilton Award 

Humanity & Inclusion was awarded the 2011 Hilton Humanitarian Prize in recognition of almost 30 years of humanitarian action. The largest humanitarian award in the world at $1.5 million, the prize is presented annually by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to a humanitarian organisation doing extraordinary work to alleviate human suffering.