Prix Irene

Years

Prix Irene 2012

TRAUMA-DREAM-CONSCIOUSNESS: TRAUMATISED GROUPS-HEALING-IDENTITY
Laureate: Uyen Pham Huu – Prize awarded for the ability to articulate universal humanistic values at a high philosophical level and, if necessary, to take specific steps to save human fates and lives, thus bridging our civil societies.

Prix Irene 2011

TRAUMA AND RESPONSIBILITY
Laureate: Kristýna Vlachová – Prize awarded for addressing the challenges repressed into unconscious by other fellow citizens.

Prix Irene 2010

TRAUMA AND FAITH
Laureate: Věra Lukášová – Prize awarded for her many impressive years of connecting the Bible with music and visual arts, and connecting the Protestants, the Catholics, the Jews and the atheists. Others of their kind are eagerly expected.

Prix Irene 2009

TRAUMA AND CONSCIENCE
Laureate: Václav Trojan – Prize awarded for personal and inconspicuous care of unfairly affected human groups and individuals.

Prix Irene 2008

TRAUMA AND HISTORY
Laureate: Rudolf Battěk – Prize awarded for his ability to preserve peace in the souls and create peaceful relations also among imprisoned groups of people.

Prix Irene 2007

TRAUMA AND IDENTITY
Laureate: Karel Holomek – Prize awarded for his care for dissidents under the Communists and his care of the Roma after the Velvet Revolution.

Prix Irene 2006

TRAUMA AND ORDER
Laureate: Milena Šimsová – Prize awarded for her lifelong genuine approach to civic life, spirituality and friendship, for her research work in history as well as for her contribution to creating exemplary history.

Prix Irene 2005

Laureate: Igor Blaževič – Prize awarded for connecting the people of the world via his film festival concentrating on human rights.

Prix Irene 2004

Laureate: Jana Hradílková – Prize awarded for organizing Czech aid to endangered children and families in Chechnya and Afghanistan.

Prix Irene 2003

Laureate: Kumar Vishwanathan - Prize awarded for promoting the co-existence of the Roma and other citizens.