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AWARDS

International Schools Association grants two awards, The Distinguished Service Award and the International Humanism Award.

The Distinguished Service Award is granted to persons who have the highest ideals in international education, excellent teaching skills, and who have lead and supported development and research for international school’s curriculums.

The Internatioal Humanism Award is granted to persons and organizations that believe that International Humanism is a philosophy, a state of being, a way of living which consists in a set of universal human values that only active dialogue and shared experience can uncover.

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

1996 Gerard Renaud

1997 Leo Fernig

1998 Roger Peel
          Mike Maybury
          Chris Mc Cabe

1999 Gregory John Crafter
          Desmond Cole Baker

2000 Mabel Mazzini

2001 Elizabeth Fox

2002 Joseph Blaney

2003 John Dorbis

2004 Robert Storms

2005 Martti Ahtisaari

2006 Jeff Thompson
         Walid Abushakra

2007 Bert Timmermans
          Kofi Annam

2008 James McLelan
         Oscar Arias

2009 John Pisapia

2010 Mabel Mary Manzitti

2011 Clive Cartew

2013 Marie Phillots

2014 Jorge Segovia B

INTERNATIONAL HUMANISM AWARD

1996 Ruth Bonner
          Nansi Poirel

1997 Roger Hollard
          Esther Lucas

1998 Bill Kirk
          Alphonse Pundzius

1999 Jacques L´Esperance

2000 Laurence Lavoie
          Atkins

2001 Dorothy Goodman

2002 Barbara Walker

2003 Ken Wrye

2004 Elaine Greenstone

2006 Belen Orejas

PATRONS

Mrs. Nansi

Poirel

Mr. Paul Scheid

 

Honorary Members

ISA Honorary Members have made great contributions to international education. They were all visionaries and were dedicated to teach the importance of International Understanding and International Mindedness.

 

Ruth Bonner

John Goodban

Gerard Renaud

Esther Lucas

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Education is the best instrument to build a better world. Living in peace is achieved by working together and celebrating our cultural diversity and similarity.

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