UNESCO Artist for Peace

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UNESCO Artists for Peace are international celebrity advocates for the United Nations agency UNESCO. This category of advocate is intended to heighten public awareness in addition to the categories UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador, UNESCO Special Envoy and UNESCO Champion for Sport. The programme started in 1995.

Current list[edit]

The following is a list of current UNESCO Artists for Peace:[1]

Name Country Since Link
Alsou Abramova  Russia [1]
Franghiz Ali-Zadeh  Azerbaijan 3 April 2008 [2]
Amri Aminov  Tajikistan 2008 [3]
Relja Bašić  Croatia 6 October 2004 [4]
Shirley Bassey  United Kingdom [5]
Marisa Berenson  Italy [6]
Chico Bouchikhi  France [7]
Sarah Brightman  Great Britain 8 February 2012 [8]
Brenz Band  Germany 3 February 2005 [9]
Sayon Camara  Guinea 21 June 2003 [10]
Lauren Child  United Kingdom 12 December 2008 [11]
China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe  China 31 July 2007 [12]
Joaquín Cortés  Spain [13]
Manu Dibango  Cameroon 27 May 2004 [14]
Céline Dion  Canada [15]
Earthsavers DREAMS Ensemble  Philippines 29 September 2003 [16]
Frankétienne  Haiti 24 March 2010 [17]
Gilberto Gil  Brazil 1999 [18]
Juan Luís Guerra  Dominican Republic 15 September 2008 [19]
Valery Gergiev  Russia 31 March / 1 April 2003 [20]
Zaha Hadid  United Kingdom 24 June 2010 [21]
Alain Husson-Dumoutier  France [22]
Sumi Jo  South Korea April 2003 [23]
Missa Johnouchi  Japan 21 August 2006 [24]
Dani Karavan  Israel [25]
Cyprien Katsaris  France
 Cyprus
[26]
Guila-Clara Kessous  France [27]
Marcel Khalifé  Lebanon 7 June 2005 [28]
Countess Setsuko Klossowska de Rola  Japan 7 January 2005 [29]
Amine Kouider  Algeria [30]
Titouan Lamazou  France 12 March 2003 [31]
Gong Li  China [32]
Tania Libertad  Peru [33]
The Philippine Madrigal Singers  Philippines [34]
Serguei Markarov  Russia 12 December 2002 [35]
Milton Masciadri  Uruguay [36]
Maria de Medeiros  Portugal 17 March 2008 [37]
Ino Mirković  Croatia [38]
N. Scott Momaday  United States 12 May 2004 [39]
Georges Moustaki  France [40]
Mariana Nicolesco  Romania 21 Novembeber 2005 [41]
Eijin Nimura  Japan October 1998 [42]
Ali Mahdi Nouri  Sudan [43]
Danilo Perez  Panama [44]
Bibi Russell  Bangladesh [45]
Jordi Savall  Spain 17 June 2008 [46]
Márta Sebestyén  Hungary 1 June 2010 [47]
Hedva Ser  France 18 October 2011 [48]
Vladimir Spivakov  Russia 7 November 2006 [49]
Boris Trajanov  Macedonia 24 February 2005 [50]
Patricia Velásquez  Venezuela 11 June 2003 [51]
Venezuela Children Symphonic Orchestra  Venezuela [52]
Gérard Voisin  France 7 July 2005 [53]
World Orchestra for Peace  United Kingdom 5 August 2010 [54]
Miyako Yoshida  Japan 21 July 2004 [55]
Zhang Jun (opera singer)  China 26 May 2011 [56]

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