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List of awards

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A list of orders, medals, prizes, and other awards, of military, civil and ecclesiastical conferees.

Contents

Business and managementEdit

EntertainmentEdit

GeneralEdit

Kidz Rock! Awards; for excellence in The Arts, STEM, Sports, TV, Theatre, Film, Kidzpreneur (entrepreneurship), Kidz Chef. (International)

AdvertisingEdit

National pageantsEdit

Comic books and cartooningEdit

Computers and the InternetEdit

DanceEdit

FilmEdit

Food and drinkEdit

HumorEdit

MusicEdit

RadioEdit

Stage and theaterEdit

TelevisionEdit

TourismEdit

FoodEdit

Games and sportsEdit

General and miscellaneousEdit

American football and Canadian footballEdit

Association footballEdit

A–E
F
G–M
N–Z

Australian rules footballEdit

  • AFL Army Award – to players who produce significant acts of bravery or selflessness to promote the cause of their team during a game
  • AFL Rising Star – to a standout young player in the Australian Football League
  • AFL Players Association awards – a group of awards given annually to players in the Australian Football League, voted for by all AFL players
  • All-Australian team – an all-star team of Australian rules footballers selected by a panel at the end of each season
  • Brownlow Medal – to the "fairest and best" player in the Australian Football League during the regular season as determined by votes cast by the officiating field umpires after each game
  • Coleman Medal – to the Australian Football League player who kicks the most goals in regular-season matches in that year
  • Goal of the Year – for the best goal of the season
  • Herald Sun Player of the Year – a media award for the Australian Football League given by Melbourne newspaper the Herald Sun
  • Jock McHale Medal – to the coach of the winning premiership team in the Australian Football League
  • Leigh Matthews Trophy – to the most valuable player in the Australian Football League
  • Lou Richards Medal – to the best player in the Australian Football League as voted on by the Sunday Footy Show panel
  • Mark of the Year – for the best mark of the season. A mark is the action of a player cleanly catching a kicked ball that has travelled more than 15 metres (49 ft) without the ball hitting the ground
  • Michael Tuck Medal – to the "fairest and best" player in the AFL Pre-season Cup Final
  • Norm Smith Medal – given in the AFL Grand Final to the player adjudged by an independent panel of experts to have been the best player in the match

Auto racingEdit

BaseballEdit

BasketballEdit

Beach soccerEdit

Board gamesEdit

BoxingEdit

ChessEdit

CricketEdit

CyclingEdit

Figure skatingEdit

Ice hockeyEdit

North AmericaEdit

 
The Stanley Cup.

SwedenEdit

LacrosseEdit

 
The Minto Cup.

Olympic medalistsEdit

Paralympic medalistsEdit

Rugby leagueEdit

Rugby unionEdit

 
The Webb Ellis Cup.

Domestic trophiesEdit

International two-team challenge trophiesEdit

IRB AwardsEdit

IRB Awards (includes two awards given by the International Rugby Players' Association as part of the awards program):

SailingEdit

TennisEdit

Thoroughbred horse racingEdit

Video gamesEdit

Other games and sportsEdit

Humanitarianism, international relations, and serviceEdit

 
The Nobel Peace Prize.

ScoutingEdit

Hobby and special interestEdit

HumanitiesEdit

Area studiesEdit

ArchitectureEdit

ArtsEdit

DesignEdit

EducationEdit

HistoryEdit

JournalismEdit

LanguageEdit

LawEdit

LiteratureEdit

Logic and philosophyEdit

PoliticsEdit

Theology and Biblical studiesEdit

Military and patriotic honors and medalsEdit

AfghanistanEdit

Kingdom of Afghanistan

AlbaniaEdit

AlgeriaEdit

AndorraEdit

Antigua and BarbudaEdit

ArgentinaEdit

ArmeniaEdit

AustraliaEdit

AustriaEdit

AzerbaijanEdit

BangladeshEdit

BarbadosEdit

BelarusEdit

BelgiumEdit

 
Insignia of the Belgian Order of Leopold.

BelizeEdit

BeninEdit

BhutanEdit

BoliviaEdit

BosniaEdit

BotswanaEdit

BrazilEdit

BulgariaEdit

BurmaEdit

CambodiaEdit

CameroonEdit

CanadaEdit

 
Insignia of a Member of the Order of Canada.

ChileEdit

China, People's Republic ofEdit

China, Republic ofEdit

Civilian
Military

ColombiaEdit

ComorosEdit

Congo, Democratic Republic of theEdit

Orders

CroatiaEdit

CubaEdit

CyprusEdit

Czech RepublicEdit

DenmarkEdit

 
Collar of the Danish Order of the Elephant.

DominicaEdit

Dominican RepublicEdit

EcuadorEdit

EgyptEdit

El SalvadorEdit

EstoniaEdit

EthiopiaEdit

Empire of Ethiopia
Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

FijiEdit

FinlandEdit

FranceEdit

 
Knight medal of the French Legion of Honour.

GabonEdit

GeorgiaEdit

GermanyEdit

GhanaEdit

GreeceEdit

 
Grand Cross of the Greek Order of the Redeemer.

GreenlandEdit

GuatemalaEdit

GuineaEdit

GuyanaEdit

HaitiEdit

Holy SeeEdit

Hong KongEdit

HungaryEdit

IcelandEdit

IndiaEdit

Bharat Ratna The Highest Honour in India
Padma awards
Military awards
National sports awards
Literary awards
Indian Awards in the field of Art (Music, Dance, Drama/Theatre and other sorts of Art)
Year Name Field
Kaivinai Pokkisham Award Given to Artisans above 65 years who make Panchaloha idols, bronze lamps and articles, Tanjore paintings and plates, stone carvings, Kalamkari and Battik paintings, paper mache dolls, mat weaving, bamboo and palm articles
1991 Kalaimamani Conferred by the Tamil Nadu Iyal Isai Nataka Manram for excellence in the field of art and literature
1980 Kalidas Samman Classical Music, Classical Dance, Theatre and Plastic Arts
1991 Kamal Kumari National Award Individuals and groups in India for outstanding contribution to Art, Culture & Literature and Science & Technology
1900 Nataka Kalasarathy Conferred to dramatists by Parthasarathy Swami Sabha
Sangeetha Kalasarthy Conferred to Carnatic Musician by the Parthasarthy Swami Sabha
2002 Poompuhar State Award Conferred to outstanding artisans every year by Tamil Nadu Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited
1993 Sanatan Sangeet Sanskriti Music and Dance
Sanatan Sangeet Samman Music and Dance
Sanatan Sangeet Puraskar Music and Dance
2006 Sanatan Kalakriti Puraskar Painting and sculpture
2010 Sanatan Nritya Puraskar Distinguished young artist in Music or Dance
1952 Sangeet Natak Akademi Award Music, Dance, Theatre, Traditional Arts and Puppetry, Performing Arts
1954 Sangeet Natak Akademi Fellowship Highest Honour in Performing Arts by GOI
1929 Sangeetha Kalanidhi Conferred to Carnatic Musician by the Madras Music Academy
1971 Sangeetha Choodamani Conferred to Carnatic Musician by the Sri Krishna Gana Sabha, Chennai
1933 Sangeetha Kalasikhamani Conferred to Carnatic Musician by the Indian Fine Arts Society, Chennai.
1965 Sant Kabir Award Conferred to Outstanding Weavers by Ministry of Textiles
2002 Shilp Guru Conferred to Master Craftpersons by GOI
2010-2012 The Skoda Prize
2010 Swaralaya Yesudas Award Conferred to Music Artists jointly by Swaralaya, Trivandrum and Kairali channel
1983 Tulsi Samman Conferred for Outstanding achievement in one of the four categories of the tribal, traditional and folk arts by Government of Madhya Pradesh
Varnashilpi Venkatappa Award For excellence in Painting by Government of Karnataka
Indian Agriculture Awards
Science and Technology awards
Shram Awards

Shram Awards conferred on workers for outstanding contributions that improve productivity, innovation, and indigenization, resulting in saving foreign exchange

Bravery Awards
Indian Film awards and Indian television awards
Other National and International awards by India
State level awards
Spoof Satirical awards

IndonesiaEdit

Iran, Islamic Republic ofEdit

IraqEdit

IrelandEdit

IsraelEdit

ItalyEdit

Ivory CoastEdit

JamaicaEdit

JapanEdit

JordanEdit

KazakhstanEdit

KenyaEdit

Korea, Democratic People's Republic ofEdit

Korea, Republic ofEdit

KosovoEdit

Orders
Medals
Decorations

KuwaitEdit

KyrgyzstanEdit

LaosEdit

LatviaEdit

LebanonEdit

LesothoEdit

LiberiaEdit

LibyaEdit

Orders

LiechtensteinEdit

LithuaniaEdit

 
Insignia of the first class of the Lithuanian Order of the Cross of Vytis.

LuxembourgEdit

MacauEdit

MacedoniaEdit

MadagascarEdit

MalawiEdit

MalaysiaEdit

MaldivesEdit

MaliEdit

MaltaEdit

Republic of Malta
Order of Malta

MauritaniaEdit

MauritiusEdit

MexicoEdit

MoldovaEdit

MonacoEdit

 
Star of the Monégasque Order of St. Charles.

MongoliaEdit

Honorary titles
Orders

MontenegroEdit

MoroccoEdit

MozambiqueEdit

NamibiaEdit

NepalEdit

NetherlandsEdit

 
Knight 4th class medal of the Dutch Military William Order.

New ZealandEdit

NicaraguaEdit

NigerEdit

NigeriaEdit

NorwayEdit

 
Cross of the Norwegian Order of St. Olav.

OmanEdit

PakistanEdit

The following Civil Awards are given every year in the field of fine arts, performing arts, science, sports, social work, journalism, etc.

PanamaEdit

Papua New GuineaEdit

ParaguayEdit

PersiaEdit

PeruEdit

PhilippinesEdit

PolandEdit

 
Grand Cross of the Polish Virtuti Militari.

PortugalEdit

Orders
Decorations and medals
  • Aeronautical Merit Medal (Portuguese: Medalha de Mérito Aeronáutico)
  • Afonso Henriques Medal for Army Merit (Portuguese: Medalha de D. Afonso Henriques - Mérito do Exército)
  • Campaign Service Medal (Portuguese: Medalha da Campanhas)
  • Distinguished Achievement on Operations Medal (Portuguese: Medalha de Promoção por Distinção)
  • Distinguished Service Medal (Portuguese: Medalha de Serviços Distintos)
  • Exemplary Behaviour Medal (Portuguese: Medalha de Comportamento Exemplar)
  • Expeditionary Medal (Portuguese: Medalha de Expedições)
  • Military Merit Medal (Portuguese: Medalha de Mérito Militar)
  • Military Valor Medal (Portuguese: Medalha de Valor Militar)
  • National Defense Medal (Portuguese: Medalha da Defesa Nacional)
  • Navy Cross (Portuguese: Medalha da Cruz Naval)
  • Recognition Medal (Portuguese: Medalha de Reconhecimento)
  • St George's Cross (Portuguese: Medalha da Cruz de São Jorge)
  • War Cross (Portuguese: Medalha da Cruz de Guerra)
  • Wounded in Battle Medal (Portuguese: Medalha de Mutilados)

QatarEdit

RomaniaEdit

RussiaEdit

Honorary title
Orders
Crosses
Medals

RwandaEdit

Orders
Medals

Saint LuciaEdit

SamoaEdit

San MarinoEdit

Saudi ArabiaEdit

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SenegalEdit

SerbiaEdit

Orders
Medals
  • Medal for Bravery (two classes: Golden and Silver medal)
  • Medal for Merits (two classes: Golden and Silver medal)
  • Medal for Merits in Defense and Security (two classes: Golden and Silver medal)

SeychellesEdit

Sierra LeoneEdit

SingaporeEdit

SlovakiaEdit

SloveniaEdit

Solomon IslandsEdit

SomaliaEdit

South AfricaEdit

Soviet UnionEdit

Honorary titles
Orders

SpainEdit

 
Insignia of the Spanish Order of Isabella the Catholic.

Sri LankaEdit

Military gallantry awards
Military distinguished service awards

SudanEdit

SuluEdit

SurinameEdit

SwazilandEdit

SwedenEdit

 
Star of the Swedish Royal Order of the Seraphim.

SyriaEdit

Honorary title
Orders

TajikistanEdit

TanzaniaEdit

ThailandEdit

East TimorEdit

TogoEdit

TongaEdit

Trinidad and TobagoEdit

TunisiaEdit

TurkeyEdit

State medals
State orders
Military medals
Military orders

Former decorations:

TurkmenistanEdit

UgandaEdit

  • The Most Excellent Order of the Pearl of Africa
  • The Excellent Order of the Pearl of Africa
  • The Distinguished Order of the Nile
Bunyoro Kingdom

UkraineEdit

 
Order of the Gold Star of the Hero of Ukraine decoration.

Honorary title:

Orders

United Arab EmiratesEdit

United KingdomEdit

Commonwealth realms orders and decorations

United StatesEdit

 
The American Medal of Honor.

UruguayEdit

UzbekistanEdit

VanuatuEdit

VenezuelaEdit

VietnamEdit

Honorary titles
Orders
Medals

YemenEdit

YugoslaviaEdit

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

ZambiaEdit

ZimbabweEdit

United NationsEdit

General Assembly
UNESCO
UN-HABITAT
UNIFEM
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

MiscellaneousEdit

 
The Dickin Medal.

Mock prizesEdit

PosthumousEdit

Many prizes, medals, and awards can be granted posthumously. Australian actor Heath Ledger, for example, won many awards after his death in 2008. Military decorations, such as the Medal of Honor, are often given posthumously.

Less commonly, certain prizes, medals, and awards are granted only posthumously, especially those that honor people who died in service to a particular cause. Such awards include:

Science and technologyEdit

General and miscellaneousEdit

AgricultureEdit

AstronomyEdit

Aviation and space technologyEdit

BiochemistryEdit

BiologyEdit

ChemistryEdit

Engineering, computer science, invention, and technologyEdit

EnvironmentEdit

GeographyEdit

 
Anne Morrow Lindbergh's customized Hubbard Medal showing her flight route.

GeologyEdit

GeophysicsEdit

Healthcare scienceEdit

MathematicsEdit

Oceanography and meteorologyEdit

PaleontologyEdit

PhysicsEdit

Social sciencesEdit

Systems scienceEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Denmark's Premier Music Award". sonning. Archived from the original on 11 March 2007. Retrieved 2007-02-09. 
  2. ^ http://kfip.org/service-to-islam/
  3. ^ "Lettre Ulysses Award". Lettre International Aventis Foundation. Retrieved 2007-02-09. 
  4. ^ http://kfip.org/arabic-language-and-literature/
  5. ^ http://kfip.org/islamic-studies/
  6. ^ "Queen & Commonwealth". Royal Collection. Retrieved 8 May 2013. 
  7. ^ "Meritorious Service Honours Act Chapter 19:09" (PDF). Government of Dominica. January 1991. Retrieved 8 May 2013. 
  8. ^ Iranian Parliament
  9. ^ "Ministerio de Desarrollo Social Decreto Ejecutivo No 81" [Ministry of Social Development Executive Decree No 81] (in Spanish) (25,554). Panama City, Panama: Gaceta Oficial de Panamá. 29 May 2006. Retrieved 8 September 2016. 
  10. ^ www.kfip.org
  11. ^ http://kfip.org/science/
  12. ^ http://kfip.org/science/
  13. ^ a b c d e f g International prizes in medicine/public health
  14. ^ Official Champalimaud Foundation award website
  15. ^ http://kfip.org/Medicine/
  16. ^ http://kfip.org/science/
  17. ^ http://kfip.org/science/