World Mayor is a biennial award organized by The City Mayors Foundation since 2004. It intends to raise the profile of mayors worldwide, as well as honour those who have served their communities well and who have contributed to the well-being of cities, nationally and internationally. The organisers make it plain that the award has no connection with any city or organization and is run on strictly non-commercial lines. Helen Zille and Leopoldo Lopez discussed their 2008 nominations on the BBC World Service programme 'Outlook', while the The Guardian looked at contenders for the 2014 prize.
Winners of the World Mayor Prize
|2008||Helen Zille||Cape Town|||
|2010||Marcelo Ebrard||Mexico City|||
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