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The Global Empathy Awards

A celebration of the #EmpathyGeneration and empathy in action.
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Previous winners
from 2022

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Global Empathy Award Winner 2022

Outstanding Project

Congratulations to Xintong (Sally) Wang , Chunzhen (Grace) Li and Amrita Saha, students of International School Geneva - Campus Des Nations in Switzerland. They explain their project like this:

"Our project is named "Be you". The cranes symbolize the diversity of our school: each crane is different and unique, similar to how all of the students in our school have different and special identities. However, all of the individual cranes are brought together to form a big flag, just like how the students are brought together in this school. We believe the cranes carry hope, success and represent freedom. To be free to express your own identity and feelings."

Global Empathy Award Winner 2022

Outstanding Primary School 

Sara Village School in Saudi Arabia have been awarded the Global Empathy Award this year.
Students and teachers put empathy into every aspect of their school lives, really nurturing the development of the skill through so many different projects, events and lessons.

Well done Sara Village School!


Our Judges

"We need to realise that empathy is even more important in 2023 than it was in 2022."

Professor. Dr. Ger Graus OBE

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Professor. Dr. Ger Graus OBE
Global Education Advisor

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Gavin Dykes
Director, Education World Forum (UK)

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Bhawana Shrestha 
Founder, My Emotions Matter (Nepal)

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