logo-3The FPP Peace Prize has a mission to recognize a person (or group) that has — through deeds, words, and actions — worked to make the world a more peaceful place where “it shall be legal for anyone to do anything he wants, provided only that he not initiate (or threaten) violence against the person or legitimately owned property of another.”

Once nominated, that person (or group) remains eligible for the FPP Peace Prize for a period of 5 years, from the most recent year they were nominated, unless that person (or group) wins the Prize or receives no votes. No person (or group) shall be awarded the Prize more than once. Nominations will be open each year from January 1 until September 30; voting will take place online from October 1 until the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November with the award presentation taking place the first weekend of December.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

Dr. Ron Paul
2009

Adam Kokesh
Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW)
Private Chelsea Manning
2010

Angela Keaton
Antiwar.com
2011

Ian Freeman
Scott Horton
Juilan Assange
2012

Pete Eyre
Derrick J Freeman (Horton)
Edward Snowden
2013

Ross Ulbricht
Fr33 Aid
2014

Harry Browne
2015

Walter Block
Rodger Paxton
2016


CURRENT NOMINEES

Nominee
Year(s) Nominated
Darryl W. Perry
2009, 2010, 2014, 2016
Ernest Hancock
2010, 2014
Tom Woods
2011, 2014
Ludwig von Mises Institute
2011, 2013
Davi Barker
2013, 2014
Bitcoin Not Bombs
2013, 2014
Mark Edge
2013
Mary Ruwart
2013
R. Lee Wrights
2013
Satoshi Nakamoto
2015
Jeffrey Tucker
2015
Christopher David
2015
Murray Rothbard
2015
Abdul Sattar Edhi
2016
Matt Phillips
2016
John Mcafee
2016
Jeff Berwick
2016
Samuel Edward Konkin III
2016
Free Talk Live
2016
Free State Project
2016
Ron Paul Institute
2016
Carla Gericke
2016

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