The many points of impact of the Peace Prize

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What do Mother Teresa, Yassir Arafat and the EU have in common? Apart from the fact that they are famous names, they are strange bedfellow friends. Mother Teresa was a Catholic nun who worked among the poorest in the world. Yasir Arafat was the leader of the PLO and an important part of the Oslo agreement. The EU is a union with its own parliament and legislation.

And all three have been considered worthy of receiving one of the world's most prestigious awards – the Nobel Peace Prize. Everyone who receives the Peace Prize has one important common denominator: They fell in love with the five members of the Nobel Committee. What kind of work they have done, and what issues they represent, there is a wide range.

Peace work no longer takes place only in the tallest marble palaces with a formal framework. . .

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