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Onassis International Prizes
LAUREATES
LAUREATES OF THE ONASSIS INTERNATIONAL PRIZES
LAUREATES OF THE ONASSIS INTERNATIONAL PRIZES

- Simone Veil, First President of the European Parliament (France, 1980)
- Harold MacMillan, President of the Committee for the conservation of the Acropolis (United Kingdom, 1980) †
- The Most Reverend Desmond Tutu (South Africa, 1981)
- International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) (Switzerland, 1981)
- Bernard Kouchner, President of the Association Doctors of the World-Medecins du Monde, Organizer of the International Committee against Piracy (France, 1982)
- Manolis Andronikos, Professor of Archaeology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece, 1982) †
- Andrzej Wajda, Director (Poland, 1983)
- Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, (1983)
and
- Εuropa Nostra, International network of associations for the protection of the cultural and natural heritage of Europe (Italy, 1983)
- ΒΒC International News (United Kingdom, 1984)
- Francesco Nicosia, Professor, Director of the Florence Preservation Centre (Italy, 1984)
and
-Dillon Ripley, Director of the Smithsonian Institute (U.S.A., 1984)
- Leopold Sedar Senghor, former President of the Republic of Senegal (1985)
- Erasmus Committee of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts & Sciences (1985)
and
-Κ. K. Framji, Secretary General of the International Committee of Irrigation and Drainage (India, 1985) †
- Hermann Gmeiner, Founder and President of the SOS Children's Villages (Austria, 1985)
- Helmut Schmidt, former Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany (1986)
- Herbert von Karajan-The Salzburg Festival (Austria, 1986) †
and
- Young People's Orchestra of the European Union (1986)
- International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims -I.R.C.T (Denmark, 1986)
and
- French Press Agency (AFP) (1986)
- Alessandro Pertini, former President of the Italian Republic (1987) †
- Pugwash Movement (United Kingdom, 1987)
and
- Archaeological Society at Athens (Greece, 1987)
- Archbishop Rivera y Damas (El Salvador, 1987)
and
- International Amnesty (1987)
- Robert McNamara, former President of the International Bank (U.S.A., 1988)
- State Service of Museums and Antiquities of the People's Republic of China (1988)
- Elizabeth Taylor (United Kingdom, 1988)
and
- AIDES (1988)
- William Fulbright, former U.S. Senator (1989) †
- Hermitage Museum of Leningrad (former U.S.S.R.,1989)
-

Cicely Saunders, Founder of the St. Christopher Asylums (United Kingdom, 1989)
and
- Spanish Dictionary of the Ancient Greek Language (1989)
- Amory B. Lovins, Director of the Rocky Mountain Institute (U.S.A., 1989)
- Javier Perez de Cuellar, Secretary General of the United Nations (Peru, 1990)
- The City of Warsaw (Poland, 1990)
- Ailton Krenak, President of the Association of Indian Nationalities (Brazil, 1990)
- Goulandris Museum of Natural History (Greece, 1990)
- Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Foreign Affairs Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany (1991)
- Vassos Karagiorgis, Professor of Archaeology (Cyprus, 1991)
- Jimmy Carter, former President of the U.S.A. (1991)
- GREENPEACE (1991)
- Jacques Delors, President of the European Communities Committee (1992)
- Mexican National Museum of Anthropology and History (1992)
- CNN International (U.S.A., 1992)
- Gro Harlem Brundtland, Prime Minister of Norway (1992)
- Vaclav Havel, President of the Czech Republic (1993)
- Peter Brook, Director (U.S.A., 1993)
- Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Founder & Honorary President of the Special Olympics (U.S.A., 1993)
- Maurice Strong, Secretary General of the UN Conference for the Environment and Development-Rio de Janeiro (Canada, 1993)

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