Webinar Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity 2022

Presentation and Q&A session

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As part of the third edition of the Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity, whose nomination period is currently underway, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation will be holding a webinar dedicated to the presentation of the 2022 edition, which includes a Q&A session about the call conditions and the submission of nominations.

The opening session will be held by Luís Jerónimo, Director of the Gulbenkian Sustainable Development Programme, and the Prize will be presented by Filipa Saldanha, Deputy Director of the Gulbenkian Sustainable Development Programme. Vice-President of the Prize jury, Miguel Bastos Araújo, one of the world’s most renowned scientists on the effects of climate change on biodiversity, will also be taking part in the webinar.


Programme

15:00   Welcome remarks

Luís Jerónimo, Director of the Gulbenkian Sustainable Development Programme

 

15:10   Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity

Filipa Saldanha, Deputy Director of the Gulbenkian Sustainable Development Programme

 

15:20   Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity – Call Conditions

Miguel Bastos Araújo, Vice-President of the Jury of the Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity

 

15:40   Q&A

 

16:00   Closing session


About the Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity

Worth €1 million, the Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity was established by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in 2019 with the purpose of distinguishing people, groups of people or organisations from all over the world who have demonstrated their commitment in tackling the climate crisis and whose contributions to mitigation and adaptation stand out for their originality, innovation and impact.

This initiative underscores the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation’s commitment to urgent climate action and strengthens its contribution to the transition to a carbon-neutral society that is more resilient and better prepared society for future global change.

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