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Year Name Country Organization Event
2000 Corazon Fabros Philippines Secretary General, Nuclear-Free Philippines Coalition Japan Mothers’ Congress
Abacca Anjain-Maddison Marshall Islands Senator, Republic of the Marshall Islands/Rongelap Atoll
Feng Cui China Member of the Secretariat, All China Women’s Federation
2001 Renata Izmailova Kazakhstan Victim of Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site Japan Mothers’ Congress
Jacqueline Cabasso USA Abolition 2000 / Western States Legal Foundation World Conference Against A&H Bombs
2002 Kim Jenam Republic of Korea Secretary General, Green Korea United Japan Mothers’ Congress
Rita Lasar USA September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows
Seo Young Seon Republic of Korea Green Korea United World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Rita Lasar USA September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows
2003 Terry Key Rockefeller
Hannah Rockefeller
USA September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows World Conference Against A&H Bombs
2004 Adele Kubein USA Military Families Speak Out Japan Mothers’ Congress
Gyung-Lan Jung Republic of Korea Chair of the Committee for International Solidarity, Women
Making Peace / International Coordinator, People’s Action against the Dispatch of Korean Troops to Iraq
Paola Manduca Italy Italian Anti-War Coalition / World March of Women World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Alice Slater USA President, Global Resource Action Center for the Environment(GRACE) / Abolition 2000
2005 George Friday USA National Co-chair, United for Peace and Justice World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Susi Snyder USA Secretary General, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
Kim Jeongsoo Republic of Korea Co-representative, Women Making Peace / Chair, Reunification-Peace Committee, Korean Women’s Associations United Japan Mothers’ Congress
Cho Youngsook Republic of Korea Secretary General, Korean Women’s Associations United Kogumi Festa
2006 Susi Snyder USA Secretary General, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) International Symposium
Chun Hyun-Back Republic of Korea Co-representative, Korean Women’s Associations United
Talat Hamdani USA September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows
Debtralynne Quinata Guam I Nasion Chamoru (The Chamorro Nation) World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Ellen Woodsworth Canada Secretary, Cities Coordinator, World Peace Forum
Anne Miller USA Director, New Hampshire Peace Action
2007 Byun Yeon Ock Republic of Korea Former Vice President, Korean Atomic Bomb Casualty Association World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Lina Cahuasqui Ecuador Consultant on Indigenous Peoples, Terres des Hommes-Italia
2008 Celeste Zappala USA Military Families Speak Out / Gold Star Families Speak Out Japan Mothers’ Congress
Ko You Kyong Republic of Korea Bureau Chief, Campaign for Eradication of Crimes by US Troops in Korea
Celeste Zappala USA Military Families Speak Out / Gold Star Families Speak Out World Conference Against A&H Bombs”
Mariam Rawi Afghanistan Revolutionary Association of Women of Afghan Women (RAWA)
Felicity Hill Australia Vice-President, WILPF
2009 Ann Wright USA Former U.S. Army Colonel and diplomat who resigned in opposition to Iraq War Japan Mothers’ Congress
Park Jung-eun Republic of Korea People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy (PSPD)
Arielle Denis France Co-president, French Peace Movement World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Kristine Karch Germany No to NATO Campaign
Dhuha Shaker Iraq Undergraduate student at Baghdad University College of Mathematical Sciences
2010 Weeda Ahmad Afghanistan Director, Social Association of Afghan Justice Seekers (SAAJS) World Conference Against A&H Bombs
2011 Marion Kuepker Germany International Coordinator, German Peace Society – War Resisters League
Coordinator, Nonviolent Action to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
World Conference Against A&H Bombs
LidaLinda Natividad Guam President, the Guahan Coalition for Peace and Justice
LidaLinda Natividad Guam President, the Guahan Coalition for Peace and Justice 2011 Japan Peace Conference in Okinawa
Hope Alvarez Cristobal Guam former Senator / Guahan Coalition for Peace and Justice
We Are Guahan
Hope Cristobal Jr. Guam Guahan Coalition for Peace and Justice / We Are Guahan
Keisha Borja-Kicho’cho’ Guam
Terrilyn Francisco Guam
Jennifer Crisostomo Guam
Cara Mays-Flores Guam We Are Guahan
Abacca Anjain-Maddison The Republic of Marshal Islands former Senator / Representative of People of Rongelap
Cita Morei The Republic of Palau Principal of the Mindszenty High School
Corazon Valdez Fabros The Philippines Stop the War Coalition Philippines / No Bases Network Asia-Pacific
2012 Jeong Young Hee The Republic of Korea Chairperson, Gangjeong Women’s Committee, Jeju Island World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Kim Huisun The Republic of Korea Chief of Peace and Disarmament Center, People’s Solidarity for participatory Democracy(PSPD)
Nina Eisenhardt Germany Coordinator, BANg (Ban All Nukes generation)
2013 Judith LeBlanc USA Field Director, Peace Action World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Teresita Rosales Abana The Philippines Nuclear-Free Philippines Coalition
Julia Pippig Germany Federation of German Scientist/Executive Board Member, International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility (INES)
2014 Sofia Wolman USA Stephen G Cary Fellow, American Friends Service Committee(AFSC) World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Sally Jones USA Chair of Peace Action Fund of New York State, Peace Action
Milia Kabirova Russia Chairperson, Chelyabinsk Nuclear Victims Organization \”AIGUL\”
2015 Madelyn Hoffman USA Executive Director, New Jersey Peace Action World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Mary Popeo USA American Friends Service Committee
Florine M. Hofschneider Northern Mariana Islands Tinian Women’s Association
2016 Haleigh Copley-Cunningham USA Massachusetts Peace Action, Tufts Peace Action World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Selma van Oostwaard The Netherlands Program Officer Humanitarian Disarmament at PAX
Leila Ben Said Ben Yahmed Tunisia Oleander Initiative