Archive for the 'General Announceme' Category

High Hopes

Tuesday, April 4th, 2006

In the aftermath of the IAEA’s Nobel Peace Prize, hopes run high. The prestigious prize strengthened the IAEA’s hand as a trusted international authority in the public eye - and raised expectations for carrying the public trust.
Read the IAEA Bulletin’s Nobel Coverage

Nobel Peace Centre’s Exhibition Coming to Vienna

Sunday, December 11th, 2005

Photographer Jorn Moen stands in front of an exhibition of his work at the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo. His photos are part of an exhibition on the IAEA and its chief designed to “get people thinking” about nuclear issues, says Nobel Committee chair Ole Danbolt Mjs. Moen’s photographs capture the normally private […]

Children Send Greed, Revenge & Nuclear Weapon to the Trolls

Sunday, December 11th, 2005

Three twelve-year old peace negotiators rid the world of revenge, greed and nuclear weapons in a performance that had the audience laughing, as Oslo´s school children put their stamp on Peace Prize festivities. Children at Jeriko School twisted a classic Norwegian fairytale to send trolls to gobble up the nasties, and rid the world […]

The Nobel Peace Banquet

Saturday, December 10th, 2005

The Nobel Committee hosted a banquet in honour of the Peace Laureates Dr. ElBaradei and the IAEA. The banquet was held at the Grand Hotel in the evening of the Award Ceremony.
IAEA Spokesperson Melissa Fleming shares her impression of the event:
" In black tie and long dress, guests circulated in a setting of subdued […]

Dr. ElBaradei Speaks To Children About His Prize

Saturday, December 10th, 2005

"What does it feel like to win the peace prize?", a girl from Oslo asks the Director General. "It’s a delightful feeling. If you do the right thing sooner or later you will be recognized," he replies. The Norwegian school children bring their own messages of peace. "Smile and be […]

Dr. ElBaradei and Ambassador Amano Receive Award

Saturday, December 10th, 2005

IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei and Ambassador Yukiya Amano, on behalf of the IAEA, each received a diploma and gold medal as part of the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Award. The award ceremony was held at the Oslo City Hall. Dr. ElBaradei delivered a peace lecture immediately afterwards.
» IAEA Director General Lecture

Nobel Peace Prize Day, 10 December

Saturday, December 10th, 2005

The IAEA and its Director General will be honoured with the ultimate peace prize today, at a the Nobel Prize ceremony at the Oslo City Hall, Norway. Dr ElBaradei will give a lecture during the ceremony starting at 1pm GMT today. His speech will be posted on after it is delivered. […]

Dr. Elbaradei with CNN anchor Jonathan Mann

Saturday, December 10th, 2005

2005 Peace Laureate Mohamed Elbaradei has a morning coffee with CNN anchor Jonathan Mann, ahead of an hour-long live broadcast that airs at 5 pm CET today.

CNN Nobel Program Replay Times

Friday, December 9th, 2005

CNN has released the list of the Prize for Peace: Nobel 2005 replay times. The program will air live at 5 p.m. CET on Saturday. The taped replays (and the regions to which they’re being sent) are listed below:

» 9 p.m., Saturday, 10 Dec (Europe/Latin America)
» 2 a.m., Sunday, 11 […]

Dr. ElBaradei Profiled in Germany´s Der Spiegel Magazine

Friday, December 9th, 2005

On the eve of the IAEA’s receipt of the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo this weekend, Germany´s Der Spiegel profiles Director General Mohamed ElBaradei. He’s described as a man who has been acclaimed, spied on and reviled as no laureate before him. The writer asks: "Has the Egyptian ElBaradei, working on behalf of the […]

Noble Peace Prize Celebrations Kick Off in Oslo

Wednesday, December 7th, 2005

The Nobel Peace Prize celebrations are about to start in Oslo, Norway with a hectic three-day line-up for the IAEA and its Director General, Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, who jointly won this year´s prize. On 10 December, the Agency and Dr. ElBaradei will be honoured with the Peace Prize from the Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel […] Nobel Coverage

Wednesday, December 7th, 2005

Content Presentation: Rodolfo Quevenco
Reporting/Editing: Kirstie Hansen
Photography: Dean Calma
Design/Graphics: Mikael Revantar
Production: Lydia Baben, Horace Agbogbe, Kresimir Nikolic
Audio/Interviews: Stela Susic, Robins Chennithala
Editorial Direction: Lothar Wedekind

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