Vision for Europe Award
The Vision for Europe Award is an honour that has been bestowed annually since 1995 by the non-profit Edmond Israel Foundation in "recognition of outstanding achievements in taking Europe into the future." 
The award is presented to the recipient in a ceremony at the Edmond Israel Foundation building in Luxembourg City. Luxembourg's best-known sculptor Lucien Wercollier designed the statue presented to the recipients.
The first Vision for Europe Award was given to Jacques Santer in 1995, the year he left his position as Prime Minister of Luxembourg to become President of the European Commission. The award honored his efforts to unite Europe into a single entity.
The full list of recipients of the Vision of Europe Award are
- 1995 – Jacques Santer, at the time President of the European Commission and former Prime Minister of Luxembourg
- 1996 – Jean-Luc Dehaene, Prime Minister of Belgium
- 1997 – Helmut Kohl, Chancellor of Germany
- 1998 – Jean-Claude Juncker, Prime Minister of Luxembourg
- 1999 – Wim Duisenberg, first president of the European Central Bank and formerly Minister of Finance for the Netherlands
- 2000 – Árpád Göncz, President of Hungary
- 2001 – No award given
- 2002 – Guy Verhofstadt, Prime Minister of Belgium
- 2003 – Javier Solana, High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) and the Secretary-General of both the Council of the European Union (EU) and the Western European Union (WEU) and former Secretary General of NATO.
- 2004 – No award given
- 2005 – No award given
- 2006 – Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany
- 2007 – No award given
- 2008 – Jean-Claude Trichet, president of the European Central Bank and former governor of the Banque de France
- Vision for Europe website, 
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