Ambassadors

Leymah Gbowee, peace activist, Nobel Prize winner for Peace

Robert Curl, scientist, Nobel Prize winner for Chemistry

Boris Vukobrat, peace activist, Peace and Crises Management Foundation president, Knight of the French Legion of honor, benefactor of the French Academy

Guy Djoken, UNESCO Peace Center president; USA Federation for UNESCO chairman

Jean-François Sabouret, awarded sociologist, vice-president of the UNESCO National Commission of France

Daniela Popescu, president of the European Federation for UNESCO

Bojan Zulfikarpasic, leading European jazz musician (European Jazz Prize 2005), Knight of the Arts and Letters of France, frequently awarded cross-cultural musician

Jean Echenoz, awarded writer, one of the leading contemporary writers

Aida Vidan, scholar of South Slavic literatures and film, Harvard University

Jean-Christophe Buisson, Figaro Magazine chief editor of Culture

Mina Chang, CEO and president, Linking the World International

Ana Dumitrescu, UNESCO specialist for culture, head of many UNESCO clubs forums

Richard Hunter, Harvard University MUN secretary-General, UN proponent

Srdjan Pavlovic, president of the Tesla Cross-cultural Forum in Frankfurt

Michael Ferrier, awarded writer, literature professor, ecology activist

Umesh Mukhi, director of the Sustainable Leadership Summit, awarded activist

Tijana Bzenic, president of the South Slavic Society, Harvard University

Salvatore LoDuca, founder and CEO of Robosport Technologies, Tesla proponent

Sarbjit Singh Chhina, dean emeritus, Amritsar Faculty of Agriculture; honorary director,  Indian Institute of Industrial Economics Society; editor of the Indian Journal of Economics

Mentioned here above are  some of the Club’s Ambassadors. Click here to see the full list.

Sorbonne University UNESCO Club award by the title of honorary Cross-cultural Ambassadors, personalities making a particular intercultural impact.

The Cross-cultural Ambassadors are committed and have generously contributed to the understanding and intercultural communication, making important contribution in the following fields: education, culture, science and communication and information.

The honorary title of Cross-cultural Ambassadors is reserved for individuals who have distinguished themselves in favor of multiculturalism, but can also reward a great personal commitment to human rights, peace and social justice and to greet an exemplary career.

In each discipline, candidatures are coming mainly from the proposals of UNESCO Club members, but the club is open to consider the candidates being recommended from Sorbonne University colleagues, colleagues from other UNESCO clubs, the French Federation of UNESCO Clubs, or UNESCO.

The title of Cross-Cultural Ambassador is purely honorary, without material gain, with only purpose of acknowledging an important intercultural contribution.