The Lionel Gelber Prize
Deadline: May 31, annually (please contact Munk Centre to verify)
Eligibility: Presented annually to the author of the year's most outstanding work of non-fiction in the field of international relations. Books must be published in English or English translation between September 1 and August 31 of the current year. Submissions via publisher only.
Value: $50,000. An award ceremony to present the Prize will take place in Toronto in the early Fall, at which time the winning author is required to address the audience and be available for press interviews. The winner is also required to give two subsequent lectures, one in New York and one in Washington, D.C.
Contact: Ms. W. Boric
Munk Centre for International Studies
1 Devonshire Place
Toronto, ON M5S 3K7
Description: The Gelber Prize at the Munk Centre celebrates the excellence of those who think and write about the local and global forces of change in international relations. The Prize further seeks to widen the readership for important works pertaining to global issues, and to generate enlightened discussion and debate on foreign affairs.
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