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OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL DISPUTES

 

EMPEROR'S PRIZE MARCUS AURELIUS

 

POSITION

on awarding the Marcus Aurelius Medal

 

The Emperor Marcus Aurelius Medal is an official award of the International Commission for the Settlement of Non-Governmental Disputes (ICSNGD), a non-governmental organization.

 

The Medal of "Emperor Marcus Aurelius" is awarded to lawyers, scientists, military, religious and public figures, regardless of citizenship, who have made a significant contribution to the cause of peace on Earth, preventing violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms, promoting the principles set out in the Universal Declaration of Rights human rights, adopted and proclaimed by General Assembly resolution 217 A (III) of December 10, 1948, other documents of a human rights nature, in the development of ICSNGD, reform of civil society institutions, reform of the international judicial system.


By decision of the Award Council of the Grand Chamber of the International Commission for the Settlement of Non-Governmental Disputes (ICSNGD), the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Medal may be awarded to representatives of the legislative, executive and judicial authorities of all countries, heads of regions, members of government, members of international organizations, religious, state and party leaders, made a great contribution to the establishment and development of ICSNGD, as well as individual citizens and stateless persons who made a significant contribution to the peace process, to the protection of civil rights and the legitimate interests of people.


To award the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Medal, a presentation is submitted to the President of the ICSNGD, which is submitted for discussion at a meeting of the Awards Commission with the subsequent approval of its decision at a meeting of the ICSNGD Grand Chamber.
When awarding, along with the medal of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, an honorary diploma of the established form is presented. The Emperor Marcus Aurelius medal is worn on the left side of the chest below the government awards, after the Emperor Justinian medal. The Emperor Marcus Aurelius medal can be awarded annually to no more than 20 applicants.


Description of the Medal "Emperor Marcus Aurelius"
The "Emperor Marcus Aurelius" medal is a round disc with a diameter of 30 mm and a thickness of 3 mm. On the front side of the badge there is a relief image of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius with the inscription: Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (Marcus Aurelius Anthony). At the top of the sign on the right and left of the image of Marcus Aurelius are the letters of the Greek alphabet α and ω. On the reverse side of the medal there is a triangle, inside which there is an inscription meaning the name of the Almighty. Rays radiate from the triangle in all directions. Around the circumference there is an inscription in Latin - the motto of the Council of Peacekeepers: “Ubi concordia - ibi victoria” (Where there is consent, there is victory). The lower part shows the abbreviation of the International Commission in Latin script: ICSNGD.

 

The sign is attached to a rectangular block with a base width of 38 mm and a height of 47 mm using a round lug and a ring. At the top, the shoe is covered with a turquoise silk moire ribbon, in the middle of which is a narrow golden stripe vertically placed.


Privileges:
A person awarded with the "Emperor Justinian" medal has the preemptive right to:
- joining the ICSNGD judges;
- participation in scientific and practical conferences and symposia ICSNGD;
- to be elected to the Council for the Appointment of Judges;
- to post their articles and scientific works in the periodical collections of ICSNGD;
These Regulations were adopted at the meeting of the ICSNGD Grand Chamber (Minutes No. 5-15 of June 30, 2005).

 

EMPEROR JUSTIAN'S MEDAL

 

POSITION

on awarding the Justinian Medal


The Emperor Justinian Medal, an outstanding statesman, creator of the world's first code of legal laws, is an official award of the International Commission for the Settlement of Non-Governmental Disputes (ICSNGD), a non-governmental organization.


The Emperor Justinian Medal is awarded to lawyers, scientists, military, religious and public figures, regardless of nationality, who have made significant contributions to legal science, the development of ICSNGD, theory and practice of alternative dispute resolution, reform of national and international justice, previously awarded one from ICSNGD awards.


By decision of the members of the Award Council of the Grand Chamber of the International Commission for the Settlement of Non-Governmental Disputes (ICSNGD), the Emperor Justinian Medal may be awarded to representatives of the legislative, executive and judicial authorities of all countries, heads of regions, members of government, members of international organizations, religious, state and party leaders, who made a great contribution to the establishment and development of ICSNGD, as well as individual citizens and stateless persons who made a significant contribution to the development of legal science, the reform of international justice, the organization of cooperation in the study, development, popularization and practical implementation of alternative methods of dispute resolution.


The Emperor Justinian Medal can be awarded annually to no more than 20 applicants - lawyers and 5 applicants who do not have a legal education.
At the awarding ceremony, together with the Justinian medal, an Honorary Diploma of the established sample is presented. The Emperor Justinian Medal is worn on the left side of the chest below government awards, after the Emperor Justinian Order.
Description of the Emperor Justinian Medal


The "Emperor Justinian" medal is a round disc with a diameter of 30 mm and a thickness of 3 mm. The obverse of the medal bears a relief image of the Emperor Justinian with an inscription around the circumference: Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus I Magnus (Flavius Peter Savvaty Justinian 1 the Great). In the upper part of the medal on the right and left of the image of Justinian are the letters of the Greek alphabet α and ω.
The reverse of the medal features a triangle with an inscription inside which means the name of the Most High. Rays radiate from the triangle in all directions. Around the top there is an inscription in Latin - the motto of the ICSNGD Arbitration judges: “Sine irā et studiō” (Without anger and passion). The lower part shows the abbreviation of the International Commission in Latin script: ICSNGD.


The sign is attached to a rectangular block with a base width of 38 mm and a height of 47 mm using a round lug and a ring. The top is covered with a turquoise silk moire ribbon, in the middle of which there are two narrow golden stripes vertically placed.


Privileges: A person awarded with the "Emperor Justinian" medal has the preemptive right to:
- joining the ICSNGD arbitrators;
- participation in scientific and practical conferences and symposia ICSNGD;
- to be elected to the Council for the Appointment of Arbitrators;
- to post their articles and scientific works in the periodical collections of ICSNGD;
These Regulations were approved at the meeting of the Grand Chamber of the ICSNGD (Minutes No. 5-15 of June 30, 2005).

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