El Presidente de la Asociación de Investigación por la Paz Gernika Gogoratuz, Jokin Alberdi Bidaguren, recibe el XIV Premio de Investigación Francisco Javier Landaburu Universitas, por su trabajo "La Solidaridad Europea del Post 2015 a debate: ¿Es posible una agenda alternativa a las políticas de desarrollo y cooperación internacional de la unión europea?"
In 2005, the Town Hall of Gernika-Lumo and the Town Hall of Pforzheim, as a sign of their commitment to peace and the welfare of people, established an annual award comprising two modalities of "Gernika for Peace and Reconciliation" in order to publicly recognise contributions to peace building and promoting reconciliation, human rights and social justice.
VIII Edition of Gernika for Peace and Reconciliation Award, 2012:
. Lokarri. Citizen Network for agreement and consultation.
. Roman Herzog. President of Germany (1994-1999)
. Special Mention: Gernika Gogoratuz on its 25th Anniversary of the establishment of the Centre for Peace Research (1987-2012).
To Mary Oianguren Idigoras, for her work at the Gernika Gogoratuz Peace Research Centre together with the International Peace Brigades, in Vitoria-Gasteiz, 10 December 2010.
For the work of Gernika Gogoratuz on the first anniversary of the supplement of the "Zabalik" region in the Lizeo Antzokia, December 4, 2008.
To the Gernika Gogoratuz Association for its work and in tribute to the victims of the bombing within the framework of the 70th Anniversary of the Bombing of Gernika, May 22, 2007.
Research Center for Peace Award Gernika Gogoratuz recieved the "The Golden Coreguaje" the maximum institutional recognition granted by the Governor of Caquetá for work done in the Department of Caquetá through the coordination of several cooperation projects in the area of Human Rights, Conflict Management and Peace Education, co-financed by the Funds for Cooperation for Development of the Basque Government and the Provincial Council of Bizkaia, the University of Amazonia and the Association Gogoratuz Gernika. Decree No. 001824. Florencia, Caquetá Colombia, December 5, 2005.
In 2005, the Town Hall of Gernika-Lumo and the Town Hall of Pforzheim, the Gernika Gogoratuz and the Gernika Peace Museum Foundations, the Gernika Culture House, and the Gilen Humboldt Euskal Alemaniar Kultur Elkartea Association as a sign of their commitment to peace and the welfare of people, established an annual award comprising two modalities of "Gernika for Peace and Reconciliation" in order to publicly recognise contributions to peace building and promoting reconciliation, human rights and social justice.
The Award provides recognition which is intended to reward the anonymous work of the people working for peace, while the second modality rewards leaders, personalities or institutions thast are highly visible and have excelled in facilitating peacebuilding and have laid the foundations for future reconciliation processes.
On picture the artwork that deliver the winners of Gernika for Peace and Reconciliation Award, by artists William Kelly and Alex Carrascosa.
First Edition of the Gernika for Peace and Reconciliation Award, 2005:
. Michael Kasper (1960-2005), a member of Deutsch-baskischer Kulturevein e.v and Gernika Gogoratuz.
. Juan Gutierrez, founder and director of the Peace Research Centre (1987-2001).
Gogoratuz Gernika's work was honored by the Correo group in the celebration of the 20th anniversary of its Costa edition, on December 2, 2004.
The town of Gernika-Lumo was awarded the International Cities for Peace Prize by UNESCO for the region of Europe in 2002-2003. The award was presented on September 6, 2004.
The award recognized the work of the three actions presented:
1.- Gernika Gogoratuz. Peace Research Centre
2.- Gernika Germany. A story of Reconciliation
3.- Gernika Peace Museum