Nominations for 2014 Global Citizen Award
For the seventh year UNA Dane County will honor one or more persons who have worked to improve the lives of others internationally or to highlight the mission, value and goals of the United Nations. The award will be presented at the regular monthly meeting in October 2014. This award honors global work that improves the health, equality, environment, education, legal rights, living conditions, distribution of resources, rule of law and conflict resolution for people anywhere. It may also honor someones work to enhance the knowledge and understanding of the work of the United Nations.
You do not need to be a member of UNA Dane County to receive this award or to make the nomination. Nominees are not required to live in Dane County, but they must work in Dane County.
Past honorees have been:
- 2013 Vince Kavaloski for teaching the philosophies of peace and social justice
- 2012 Sarith Ou and Roger Garms for the Cambodian School Project
- 2011 Lisa Fernandez for founding the Nicaragua Wheelchair Project
- 2010 Norma Berkowitz for assisting the people affected by Chernobyl
- 2009 Jennifer Lowenstein for her work in Palestine
- 2008 Mike Boehm for his work in Vietnam
You are invited to submit nominations by July 18, 2014 (Note deadline has been extended). In your nomination include the following information:
(1) Name, address and phone number of the person you are nominating as a Global Citizen
(2) In 500 words or less, please explain why you believe this person exemplifies a Global Citizen and describe the work s/he is doing. (You may attach brief supporting information such as a CV, if desired.)
(3) Your name, address, and phone number
Submit this information to Charles Snyder 1830 Rowley Av., Madison WI, 53726 or by email at
. We prefer that you submit nominations in electronic format.