Every year, in October the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is announced. Who chooses who wins?
- to nominate – to choose someone as a candidate for receiving an honour or award
- a committee – a group of people who are chosen to do a particular job
- to propose– to suggest someone for a job, position, office, prize, etc.
- an individual – a single person
- to appoint – to give someone a position or duty
- nomination – the act of choosing someone as a candidate for receiving an honour or award
- to assess – to make a judgment about something
- contender – a person who tries to win something in a contest
- medal – a piece of metal often in the form of a coin with designs and words in honour of a special event, a person, or an achievement
- publicity – attention that is given to someone or something by newspapers, magazines, television news programs, etc.
- anniversary – a date that is remembered because a special event occurred on that date in a previous year
- Who chooses who wins the Nobel Peace Prize?
- Nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize are secret. For how many years?
- How many contenders for the Nobel Peace Prize were there in 2020?
- What does the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize receive? Name three things.
- On which day is the Nobel Peace Prize presented to the winner? Why this date?
Who won the Nobel Peace Prize 2020?