Psychologists for Peace

Prizes and Awards

Biennial Peace Art Award for Secondary Students (biennial)

The Biennial Peace Art Award encourages year 11 students with artistic talent to apply their gift to creative ways of communicating a key message about peace; whether peace within the self, the family, the community or the world, and encourages those young artists, their peers, their families, teachers and the wider viewing public to consider ways of promoting peace in their own lives.

Children's Peace Literature Award (biennial)

The Children's Peace Literature Award encourages the dissemination of information related to peaceful means of resolving conflict and promoting peace at the global, local and interpersonal level.

Psychologists for Peace Project Award (annual)

The Psychologists for Peace Interest Group (PFP) Peace Project Award encourages a wider interest in research and practice related to peaceful means of resolving conflict, understanding and preventing aggressive behaviour and the fostering of harmonious relationships at global, inter-group and interpersonal levels.

The award is made annually to assist a student enrolled in an accredited fourth year psychology program or Masters by coursework psychology program in carrying out an empirical project on a peace related topic or disseminating its findings

 Youth for Peace Project Award (annual)

The Youth for Peace Project Award is open to groups of young people aged 12-18 who undertake a project that seeks to build peace – at school, in their families or communities, or globally. Young people who are interested in applying will have access to a range of resources including those produced by PfP and other APS groups, and will be encouraged to be creative.

Please view following pages for past winners and other information: