The Oslo Business for Peace Award will be given annually to businesspersons who are outstandingly promoting the interdependent relationship between business and peace, through their Businessworthy actions.
Being Businessworthy is to apply your business energy ethically and responsibly with the purpose of creating economic value, as well as value for society.
The Oslo Business for Peace Award aims to highlight ethical and responsible business practices, and the commitment of business leaders as individuals to creating long-term success of benefit to their businesses and society. The Award Committee evaluates the Nominees according to three criteria for Being Businessworthy established by the Business for Peace Foundation. Therefore, Nominees must be:
1. Being a role model to Society and their Peers
The Nominee is acting as a role model to the general public and the business community by showing how to achieve long term success by being businessworthy.
2. Standing out as an advocate
The Nominee is an outspoken advocate for the importance of ethical and responsible business, seeking to solve problems that create value for both business and society; i.e. being businessworthy.
3. Having earned trust by Stakeholders
The Nominee has earned recognition and appreciation as a business leader by stakeholders in the communities within which the business is developed and cultivated over time.
How to nominate?
Those affiliated with local, regional and national organisations and networks of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) are welcome to nominate their candidate for the 2018 Oslo Business for Peace Award.
Read more about how to suggest your candidate in the following pages: