Eliasson Global Leadership Prize - The Tällberg Foundation

Changing the world,
one leader at a time.

 
Thank you for your nominations!

This year’s nomination period ended on May 14

 

ABOUT THE PRIZE

The Tällberg / Eliasson Global Leadership Prize, named in honor of Jan Eliasson one of the most accomplished global diplomats of our era, is given annually to outstanding leaders from any country and any discipline whose work is innovative, courageous, rooted in universal values and global in implication.

Prize winners may be nominated by anyone, anywhere and are ultimately selected by a secret ballot of a jury composed of accomplished global leaders.

Each prize winner receives $50,000—made possible by the generous support of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation—and engagement with a network of leaders committed to moving our societies from what they are to what they could be.

Here you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions (PDF) about the Prize.

CONVERSATIONS WITH THE JURY

CONVERSATIONS WITH THE JURY
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CONVERSATIONS WITH THE JURY

THE NOMINATION PROCESS

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1. Nominations

The 2020 nomination process closed on May 14. Thank you to everyone who submitted nominations from all disciplines and from all corners of the world. We received more than 2,000 nominations from 135 countries!

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2. Jury

An international jury reviews the nominations during the summer and selects the people who, in their judgment, best exemplify the types of leaders needed today.

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3. Celebrate!

The winners will be invited to a celebration and exploration of global leadership in November where they will join past laureates, jury members and other global leaders.

TOP FIVE REASONS TO MAKE A NOMINATION!

JURY 2020

STORIES

Join the conversation and follow the stories of the Tällberg / Eliasson Global Leaders

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Recordings from Webinars

Last week the Tällberg Foundation network was invited to join two webinars: “Disruptive Technologies: Good, Bad and Ugly” and “Global Order Amidst Global Disorder”. If you missed the panel discussions, you can watch them here.

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WHO MAKES THIS POSSIBLE?

Sponsor

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The Tällberg Foundation, launched in 1981, exists to explore the issues that are challenging —and changing— our societies. Today, those challenges are profound: the world that we have known since the mid 20th century, which produced unprecedented peace as well as human advance, is changing at a pace and in directions that threaten to evolve towards Orwellian dystopia.
But forces for “good” still exist and need to be renewed, made more muscular and more effective. The Foundation aspires to be part of that process.
Tällberg’s work program focuses on understanding how to re-inject ethics into leadership; re-establish the legitimacy of governance; and manage, instead of being managed by, disruptive technologies, climate change, mass migration and other phenomena. We aim to contribute to the new thinking —and new acting— required by this moment in history.

Lead Supporter

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The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) is one of the world’s leading private, international philanthropic organizations, making grants to nonprofit organizations in the areas of arts and culture, education, health and sports and social welfare. SNF funds organizations and projects worldwide that aim to achieve a broad, lasting, and positive impact for society at large and exhibit strong leadership and sound management. The Foundation also supports projects that facilitate the formation of public-private partnerships as an effective means for serving public welfare.

Since 1996, the Foundation has committed more than $2.9 billion through more than 4,600 grants to nonprofit organizations in 124 nations around the world.

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