Cremer was elected as the Secretary of the International Workingmen's Association in 1865, but resigned two years later in 1867.
Cremer won the Nobel Peace Prize, the first to do so solo, in 1903, mainly for his work in international arbitration, and particularly the 1897 Anglo-American arbitration treaty. He co-founded the Inter-Parliamentary Union and the International Arbitration League.
Randal Cremer Primary School, in Haggerston, is named in his honor.
- Among the world's peacemakers: an epitome of the Interparliamentary union edited by Hayne Davis, 1908
- "Randal Cremer Primary School". Hackney Borough Council. Retrieved 2009-08-24.
- Nobel Committee information on 1903 Peace Prize
- About Sir Randal Cremer
- The Hugh & Helene Schonfield World Service Trust
- Link to article about Cremer by Simon Hall-Raleigh in Journal of Liberal History, Issue 9, December 1995
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Randal Cremer
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