[OSList] I just had an Idea: How About We Nominate Harrison Owen for the Nobel Peace Prize?
r.jeff.aitken at gmail.com
Sun Jan 31 12:55:26 PST 2021
Nominations are due in two hours (midnight CET.) : )
Seems like a call for a plan to nominate by Jan 31, a year from now.
On Sun, Jan 31, 2021, 12:31 PM Jeff Aitken <r.jeff.aitken at gmail.com> wrote:
> Maybe an OS Institute can be considered a Peace Research Institute! We are
> studying the Practice of Peace are we not? The case to make on this is also
> a case for HHO...
> On Sun, Jan 31, 2021, 12:26 PM Jeff Aitken <r.jeff.aitken at gmail.com>
>> Mark, this great idea led me to the website that shows how to send a
>> nomination online.
>> The deadline each year is January 31 -which is today! - for this year's
>> The limited list of those who are eligible to submit a nomination is also
>> on the site.
>> Unless any of us are members of a national assembly, or on the board of a
>> Peace Prize winning organization, the most obvious eligible group (to me)
>> is this below. Anyone fit the bill?
>> - University professors, professors emeriti and associate professors
>> of history, social sciences, law, philosophy, theology, and religion;
>> university rectors and university directors (or their equivalents);
>> directors of peace research institutes and foreign policy institutes
>> On Sun, Jan 31, 2021, 12:06 PM Mark Carmel via OSList <
>> oslist at lists.openspacetech.org> wrote:
>>> Who Better? Who is more deserving? No one in my humble opinion. If
>>> the world becomes open to peace and human understanding, then our dearly
>>> beloved Harrison Owen CREATED the way...for the world to follow. The list
>>> serve could provide the documentation of the history of Peacemaking as
>>> proof, for the Nobel Peace Prize application...
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