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She founded a worldwide organization, the Mata Amritanandamayi Mission Trust, which is engaged
in many spiritual and charitable activities. She addressed the United Nations General Assembly
and was recognised as a universal mother figure.
* 1993, Chicago: speech at the "Parliament of the World’s Religions" 100th Anniversary.
* 1995, New York: address at the Interfaith Celebrations at the 50th Anniversary of the UN.
* 2000, New York: keynote address at the Millennium Peace Summit, UN General Assembly.
* 2002, Geneva: keynote address at the Global Peace Initiative of Women innaugural meeting
at the UN in Geneva.
* 2002, Geneva: "Gandhi-King Award for Non-Violence" from The World Movement for Non-Violence
at UN headquarters.
* 2004, Barcelona, Parliament of World Religions.
* 2006, New York, James Parks Morton Interfaith award.
In 1993, she was one of the representatives of Hinduism at the Parliament of the World's Religions in Chicago.
Mata Amritanandamayi was the keynote speaker at the Global Peace Initiative of Women, at the UN in Geneva,
Switzerland held in October 2002. This was an initiative of the UN' Millennium World Peace Summit,
in which Mata Amritanandamayi spoke in August 2000.
In 2002 Mata Amritanandamayi was presented with the Gandhi-King Award for Non-Violence by The World Movement
for Nonviolence at the UN General Assembly Hall (Palais Des Nations) in Geneva in recognition
of her lifelong work in furthering the principles of non-violence. The three previous recipients
of the award were Kofi Annan, Nelson Mandela, and primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall.
In 2006, Amma was honoured with the 4th Annual James Parks Morton Interfaith Award at the Interfaith Centre,
New York. The Interfaith Award annually honors global leaders who forward the ICNY-mission of promoting peace,
interfaith understanding and action through social and cultural programs.
Some others who had previously accepted the awards are former US President Bill Clinton, Dalai Lama,
Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, Shirin Ebadi, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and famous Indian musician Pandit Ravi Shankar.
In Oct 2007, Amma was awarded for her humanitarian activities at human rights film festival, Cinema Verite,
in Paris. Actress Sharon Stone presented the award.
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