Winners Of The Arts Competition Fridtjof Nansen - The Man Who Was Building Peace

 

Nansen Dialogue Centre Serbia and the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict in the Western Balkans have a pleasure of announcing the winners of the arts competition Fridtjof Nansen – The Man Who Was Building Peace.

Nansen Dialogue Centre Serbia and the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict in the Western Balkans (GPPAC) organised an arts competition Fridtjof Nansen – The Man Who Was Building Peace for students of primary and secondary schools in the region. The competition was launched on 21 September, the International Day of Peace, on the occasion of celebrating the 150th anniversary of Fridtjof Nansen's birth, the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize laureate.

The competition was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia, the Ministry of Education and Sports of Montenegro, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade and the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC).

After the closing of the competition, the jury selected twelve winning artworks out of around 400 submissions which will illustrate the 2012 Nansen Peace Calendar.

The promotion of the Nansen Peace Calendar for 2012 will be held at the Cultural Centre Rex on Friday, 16th December 2011 starting at 14.00 hrs. This cultural event is organised on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Fridtjof Nansen's birth. After the promotion the guests will see the the Arts Exibit on the topic Fridtjof Nansen – The Man Who Was Building Peace and the film Only One Life that depicts Nansen's life and achievements.

The winners of the Fridtjof Nansen – The Man Who Was Building Peace arts competition are:

- Marija Ðokić, PS Laza Kostić, Novi Beograd, Serbia

- Bojana Radović, PS Petar Kočić, Bratunac, Bosnia and Herzegovina

- Stasa Vasilić, PS Učitelj Tasa, Niš, Serbia

- Nemanja Nedić, PS Vlado Milić, Podgorica, Montenegro

- Jovana Stojmenović, PS Vuk Karadžić, Levosoje, Serbia

- Slađana Vlatković, PS Nikola Vukićević, Sombor, Serbia

- Natalija Ilić, PS Mitropolit Mihajlo, Sokobanja, Serbia

- Tamara Piperski, PS Nikola Tesla, Novi Banovci, Serbia

- Milena Marković, PS Lovćenski partizanski odred, Cetinje, Montenegro

- Anastasija Filipović, PS Oktoih, Podgorica, Montenegro

- Pavle Mitrović, PS Marko Miljanov, Podgorica, Montenegro

- Anastasija Ašković, PS Nikola Tesla, Novi Banovci, Serbia

2011 Competition