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In 1996, the United States of the World and the Fondazione Mediterraneo established the Mediterranean Awards (with various categories) that are granted every year to eminent personalities from the worlds of arts and culture, politics and science and social disciplines, whose actions have contributed to reducing tensions, breaking down cultural barriers and developing shared values in the Greater Mediterranean.
This Award is considered one of the most prestigious acknowledgements in the world.

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Prof. Moulay Lhassan Hbid receives the "Mediterranean Award Medal of Honour"

During a solemn ceremony, Prof. Moulay Lhassan Hbid was awarded the "Mediterranean Award Medal of Honour" for his commitment to the development of the Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech, which he presided over.
In the presence of professors, students and Moroccan political and institutional figures, Secretary General Michele Capasso presented the award, recalling the long-standing ties, since 1998, with Cadi Ayyad University and the commitment of its president Prof. Hbid in the development and modernisation of the University, which today is a credit to Morocco and the world.

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Ennio De Rosa receives the Medal of Honour "Institutions”

Notary Ennio de Rosa received the "Mediterranean Award Medal of Honour for Institutions - 2022".
The ceremony took place in Naples at the headquarters of the "United States of the World".
The prestigious award, consisting of the work "Totem for Peace" by sculptor Mario Molinari, was presented by Secretary General Michele Capasso and International Committee President Massimo Pica Ciamarra.

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Minister Patrizio Bianchi receives the Mediterranean Award for Education for Sustainability

Professor Patrizio Bianchi - Minister of Education of the Republic of Italy - received the "Mediterranean Award for Education for Sustainability - 2022."
The ceremony was held in Pescasseroli in the presence of political, institutional, religious and military authorities and - above all - many schoolchildren.
"I am honored for this Award that I share with all those who have supported me in affirming education for sustainability as a fundamental pillar for the future of young people. I share and support the program dedicated to the ecological conversion of the United States of the World: an action that with great foresight was undertaken in the early 1990s of the last century when few were calling attention to the urgency of safeguarding the planet," said Minister Bianchi upon receiving the award from Secretary General Michele Capasso.

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