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  • World Peace Prize Awarding Procedures

    Article 1. The World Peace Prize has three(3) different levels namely ; the Top Honor Prize, the Main Prize and the Harvester's Prize.

    Article 2 The Top Honor Prize is awarded to a person or organization who has contributed to the peace Justices and Mercy causes for mankind by a settlement of conflicts or a prevention of war ; who has, through a significant invention, promoted peace, stability and welfare of communities ; who has given major sacrifice for the preservation and promotion of human rights and environments.

    Article 3. The Main Prize is awarded to a person or organization who has made contributions similar to that are as described in Article 2, which affected his/her own country and/or the continent.

    Article 4. The Harvesters Prize is awarded to person or organization who has made outstanding achievements in his/her field of expertise which enhanced the welfare of World Citizens.

    Article 5. A Service Prize or Letter of Appreciation is awarded to a person or organization whose actions and deeds have enhanced peace and harmony in his/her immediate community.
    For a full support in formation of the World Peace Congress consisting of seven thousands (7,000) members, the Service Prize entitled with the WPPAC Medalist may be awarded by Co-founder or the Chairman of Board at recommendation of the Secretary General, WPPAC.
    The medalists depending on their devoution of potentiality, the Co-founder or Chairman of the Board may up-grade the medalists to the Harvester's Prize at discretion of the Secretary General, WPPAC.

    Article 6. The candidates for an award are nominated by a recognized authority or recommended by a qualified person.

    Article 7. Nomination or application for an award should be submitted to the Secretary General, World Peace Prize Awarding Council Inc., apprinted by Chairman of Board, WPPAC.

    Article 8. The Secretary General shall, upon receipt of a nomination or application, process the same within the period of I month, including an investigation of the personal conducts through the Peace Corps Intelligence Agency.

    Article 9. The Secretary General shall, at the conclusion of the processing procedures, present the written or verbal evaluation reports of the PCIA to the Judges, WPPAC.

    Article 10. In the case the individual Judges have shown differences of opinion on the qualification of a candidate for an award, the Chief Judge may convene a meeting of the Judges to reach a conclusive decision. However, when the Chief Judge delays the process the Co-founder or his designee shall have a decision right.

    Article 11. Based on the evaluation report of the evaluation officer the Chief Judge and the Secretary General will then make an official notification of their decisions to the World Peace Prize Awarding Council.

    Article 12. The Secretary General shall coordinate with a Prize winner or his / her family to decide the date of the Prize Awarding Ceremony.

    Article 13. The Prize winner shall be responsible for deciding on the list of guests as well as for assuming the costs incurred. The WPPAC may with the funds available, make preparations for the ceremony, giving its full support and guidance.

    Article 14. The management of a Prize Awarding Ceremony is the responsibility of the WPPAC, in compliance with the agreed program and schedule.

    Article 15. The Peace Prize Winners shall be the automatic member or the honorary member of the World Peace Affairs Research Institute and the World Royal Family Association and shall commit themselves to support the World Peace Corps programs throughout their lives.
    The WPPAC Judges who past away shall still be joining in their faith images mission until the replacement has been chosen.
    The WPPAC Judges are life term position and shall be the advisor of supreme council, WPPAC even after the age of 120 years(Gen. 6:3) and their names shall be preserved permanently inspite of their replacement has been chosen by their recommendation or at their discretion.

    Article 16. The WPPAC Peace Prize winners have full rights to draw guidance and support for their career interests when needed in terms of high technology, developmental loans, and marketing networks and experience for new products.

    Article 17. The WPPAC may support any invention, research and development of a Prize winner through its publication and advertising networks.

    Article 18. The Peace Prize Winner, in most cases, will be honored with the titles of Roving Ambassador for Peace, Human Cultural Asset and Member, World Peace Congress.

    Article 19. The winner of the Peace Corps Services Prize(Medalist) will be honored with Roving Ambassador for Peace and Member, World Peace Congress. The recipient of WPPAC letter of appreciations will also be honored with the title of Roving Visionary for peace or Roving Missionary for peace.

    Article 20. The Prize winners will be given a primary opportunity to teach at the World Peace Corps Academy - Megaversity as appropriate to their academic qualifications.

    Article 21. The World Peace Corps Academy - Megaversity will provide opportunities for lectures, performance, demonstrations or exhibitions of recognized professions and creative expertise, to the all level of Prize Winners of recognition on their expenses.

    Article 22. The World Peace Prize System shall not be used for political purposes under any circumstances.

    Article 23. Applications or nominations for an award of the World Peace Prize will be handled confidentially with no disclosure to the general public on evaluation outcome or the verdict of the Judges, WPPAC other then WPPAC Official news release or by the press conference by the WPPAC Peace Prize awardees.

    Article 24. Applications and related documents submitted to WPPAC will not be returned to the applicant or his agent.

    Article 25. The Prize winners will be recorded in the World Peace Prize Winners Accomplishments Almanac by the historian appointed by the Chairman of the Board, WPPAC.

    Article 26. WPPAC is willing to allow donations or contributions to the WPPAC Peace Prize Winners by the supporters depending on their popularity and respects, delivering in form of the Prize sum on the stage of respective WPPAC Peace Prize Awarding Ceremony.