Hall of Fame

Peace Mission Hall of Fame establishes in honor of the United Nations representing the best in peace and humanitarian development, and global peace revivification. The Hall of Fame exists to recognize the prominent and unsung heroes of the world – the individuals and institutions influence the most worthwhile peace and humanitarian missions of United Nations.  

Hall of Fame is open to individuals and institutions working independently or on behalf of or for United Nations under Light of United Nations Charters, Peace and Humanitarian Missions, that include United Nations Declaration of Human Rights (1948), United Nations Declarations, Resolutions and Treaties on Culture of Peace, Religious Harmony, Education, Sustainable Development, Water, Gender, Environment, Justice and Democracy. 

Mission Statement

The Peace Mission Hall of Fame mission is to recognize visionary leadership, outstanding achievement, and altruism on the road to promote culture of peace and humanitarian dignity and global peace revivification.

Overview

The Peace Mission establishes the Hall of Fame in honor of the United Nations to recognize the individuals and institutions who serve the humans and human societies with relentless commitment to promote culture of peace and humanitarian dignity.

The Executive Management of Peace Mission, under sovereignty of Supreme Council of Peace Mission establishes the Charter of Peace Mission Hall of Fame with consensus of Core Committees on 1st of June, 2015 at Peace Mission Head Quarter Rawalakot.

According to the Charter, the purpose of the establishment of the Peace Mission Hall of Fame is to honor the United Nations representing the best in peace and humanitarian development, and global peace revivification, and to acknowledge and to provide the prestigious and visible means of honoring to individuals and institutions rendering services for betterment of humans and human societies around the world.

To be eligible for Hall of Fame Inductees, the individual must have served the humanity in one of humanitarian sectors, at the Ambassadorial level, or equivalent levels in the Civil Services, or the International NGOs and Inter-Governmental Organizations. The priority of Induction will be given to those who have been served the United Nations.

To be eligible for Hall of Fame Inductees, the institution must have served the humanity in one of humanitarian sectors and must have been recognized and acknowledged at national or international level. The priority of Induction will be given to those who have been recognized and acknowledged by the United Nations.