Recognition is highlighted at 24-hour vigil on January 1, 2015
On the heels of her 3-month, 7-country sweep presenting workshops on peace,
Mabel Katz was awarded the prestigious Public Peace Prize on January 1, 2015.
The award was part of the Public Peace Prize organization’s day-long vigil, The
24 Hours for World Peace. According to the organization, the event is an online
vigil that takes place annually, on January 1st, in order to invite men and women
of the world to exchange peace wishes for the good of all humanity. It is a
citizen’s initiative without borders, open to all countries, cultures and religions.
Mabel was honored for her tireless efforts on behalf of peace and especially for her work with children.
The mission of the Public Peace Prize is to foster greater recognition for
peacemakers and peace initiatives around the world by the general public: on
local, national and international levels.
Mabel Katz is an internationally acclaimed author and speaker who presents
workshops on peace and delivers seminars on the principles of Ho’oponopono,
an ancient Kahuna method for releasing blocks and producing greater
happiness and effectiveness. In addition to her work across the U.S., she is
regularly invited to present in countries throughout Latin America, Europe and
the Middle East.