The Gandhi Peace Award is a honor and money prize exhibited every year since 1960 by Promoting Enduring Peace to people for "commitments made in the advancement of universal peace and positive attitude." It is named out of appreciation for Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi yet has no association with Mohandas Gandhi or some other individual from the Gandhi family. Since 1960, when the primary Award was acknowledged by Eleanor Roosevelt, the Award has been displayed to "peace saints" who have exemplified to the individuals from Promoting Enduring Peace the bravery of peaceful protection from injurious power, to equipped clash, to savage mistreatment, and to natural carelessness.
The Award is additionally expected to perceive people for having made noteworthy commitments, through agreeable and peaceful means in the soul of Gandhi, to the battle to accomplish a feasible world human advancement established on persisting worldwide peace. In the 21st Century the Award is particularly planned by its moderators to respect those whose lives and works represent the rule that global peace, general financial equity, and planetary ecological amicability are reliant and indistinguishable, and every one of the three are basic to the survival of progress.
The Award itself is symbolized by a substantial emblem and a testament with an engraving summing up the beneficiary's work. The emblem, manufactured from Peace Bronze a metal rendered from decommissioned atomic rocket charge frameworks, bringing out "swords into plowshares", includes Gandhi's profile and his words "Love Ever Suffers/Never Revenges Itself" cast in bronze.