2005 Alan Cranston Peace Award Honoring Ted Turner

April 20, 2005

President Mikhail Gorbachev gave a keynote address, his first speech at the United Nations since his historic address in December of 1988, and then presented philanthropist and businessman Ted Turner with the Alan Cranston Peace Award on behalf of the Global Security Institute.

Other speakers included the Rt. Hon. Kim Campbell, Dr. Jane Goodall, Mr. Kim Cranston, and Mr. Mark Malloch-Brown, Chef de Cabinet to the UN Secretary General. The public ceremony took place before a standing-room-only audience of more than 1000 people, and was made available for worldwide media distribution by UN TV.


Watch the Award Ceremony:

Ted Turner receives the Alan Cranston Peace Award at the United Nations


Watch the Press Conference:

(Requires RealPlayer)

Ted Turner and Mikhail Gorbachev at the United Nations

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