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IAEA Staff Nobel Reception

Tuesday, January 24th, 2006

IAEA staff celebrated winning the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize, at a reception held in their honour on 24 January 2006, at the Agency’s Vienna headquarters in Austria. The reception followed the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony held 10 December 2005, at the Oslo City Hall in Norway. View Photos

Celebrities Sing IAEA Praise at Peace Concert

Sunday, December 11th, 2005

Gladys Knight was among the legendary artists to sing the praise of laureate Mohamed ElBaradei and the IAEA – the Agency that he leads – at a concert of superstars that shined and rocked into the dark, December, Norwegian night.

Torchlight Procession

Saturday, December 10th, 2005

With torchlights in hand, families pay tribute to the Agency. The torchlight procession is held every year to honour the Noble Peace Prize winner. Anne-Katrine Borander has come with her two daughters to show their support for a nuclear-weapon-free world. Three decades ago, Anne-Katrine went with her mother to protest the spread of nuclear weapons. […]

Tears of Joy & Happiness: Photos from Nobel Prize Day

Saturday, December 10th, 2005

There were more than a few tears of joy and beaming smiles from IAEA staff and family members at today´s award ceremony. » See the photos

Peace Laureates Make History Books & Speak to the Press

Friday, December 9th, 2005

It was a day of signatures and headlines for the 2005 Peace Laureates. Following an afternoon press conference, they made their mark in history, with an inscription in the Nobel Peace book, which records the words of past Nobel winners like Aung San Suu Kyi and Nelson Mandela. Dr. ElBaradei´s inscription reads: "It is an […]

First Photos from Oslo

Thursday, December 8th, 2005

Excitement builds as people wait expectantly for the arrival of the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Winners. Peace prize winner, Dr. ElBaradei with his wife Aida arrive in Oslo, Norway. 2005 Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. ElBaradei. Ambassador Amano is representing the IAEA for its share of the 2005 peace prize.