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AND MUNICIPALITY OF OHRID
Have the honor to invite you to the 14th annual World Prize of Humanism Ceremony
Proclamation of academician
GEORGI STARDELOV (MACEDONIA)
As the recipient of World Prize of Humanism 2020
Venue: HOUSE OF URANIA – MACEDONIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND ARTS, OHRID Date: 18 January 2020 19:00h.
The primary mission of The Ohrid Academy of Humanism is to contin- ue the vision of St. Clement and St. Naum, founders of the first univer- sity in this part of Europe, which was in the same time the first school of humanism, established in the 9th century.
They were the students of the apostles Ss. Cyril and Methodius. In 1980, the Pope John Paul II proclaimed Ss. Cyril and Methodius for Patrons of Europe.
Ohrid – the city of UNESCO is known as “The Slavic Jerusalem” or “Bal- kan Venice”, celebrating the glory of Lichnidos (the antique name of Ohrid) - The City of light, all around the world.
Winners of WOLRD PRIZE FOR HUMANISM: 2007 - Daisaku Ikeda, Japan 2008 - Manoel De Oliveira, Portugal 2009 - Aleksandar Slozenicyn, Russia 2010 - Ravi Shankar, India 2011 - Peter Brook, France 2012 - Vida Ognjenovic, Serbia 2013 - Herta Müller, Germany 2014 - Svetlin Roussev, Bulgaria 2015 - John Ralston Saul, Canada 2016 - Darko Gašparovi, Croatia 2017 - Jiri Svoboda, Czech Republic 2018 - Jean-Patrick Connerade, UK 2019 - Romano Prodi, Italy 2020 - Georgi Stardelov, Macedonia
Speakers: • Jean-Patrick Connerade, President of European Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
• H.E. Ambassador Jordan Plevnes, President of Interna- tional Jury of Ohrid Academy of Humanism
• Konstantin Georgievski, Mayor of City of Ohrid
Speech of the winner of the World Prize of Humanism 2020
- academician Georgi Stardelov