2015

Anne Frank awards

The widow of American Jewish journalist Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped and beheaded by militants in Pakistan in 2002, has received a moral courage award from the Anne Frank Trust in London.

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2014

Indian Express awards

As the media struggles to make sense of conflicts breaking out in different parts of the world — the rise of new militant orders such as ISIS and the recent beheading of journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff — it takes courage, and a mighty heart, to stand up and look within.

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2008

White House Project EPIC award

The EPIC Awards celebrate the voice and vision of innovators whose lives have shown other women what is possible—as well as those who use media and culture to help women see on-screen what they can’t see very often in the world: women leading at every level.

Awrt international outreach award

Seymour Hersh, scourge of the U.S. government, and Mariane Pearl, who seeks justice without revenge after losing her husband at the hands of Islamic fundamentalists, are the two winners of the awards in memory of journalist Jose Luis Lopez de la Calle July Fuentes and Julio A. Parrado.

Internews media leadership awards

Pearl, an international journalist, was honored for her dedication to international reporting and commitment to spreading a global message of hope. Pearl has reported and produced documentaries on culture, science, immigration, and politics. She authored the 2007 book, In Search of Hope: The Global Diaries of Mariane Pearl, about the everyday heroes she met writing her column for Glamour magazine.

2007

National headliners award for excellence in print journalism

Received with Abigail Pesta and Cynthia Leive for her Glamour article, “The Sex Slave Tragedy; The Women Who Dare Defy a Dictator; She Stands Up to the Toughest Criminals”

Fern holland award - Vital Voices

Mariane’s refusal to be terrorized by Danny’s killers sent a powerful message to the world about the importance of resisting fear and despair, even in the face of terrible violence and division. Her strength and compassion moved us; her grace and courage gave us hope. Today, she is one of our most powerful voices for peace and reconciliation. Fern Leona Holland (August 5, 1970 - March 9, 2004) was an American lawyer who was killed in the Iraq conflict that began in 2003. Holland died on March 9, 2004 while working for the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) in Iraq.

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Glamour woman of the year award

In the years since journalist Daniel Pearl was brutally murdered by terrorists, his widow, Mariane, has taken his message—of optimism in the face of horror, of brotherhood with all people—to an ever-widening audience. It is a mission that began in 2003 with her memoir, A Mighty Heart. In 2006 she launched her Global Diary column in Glamour, for which she’s profiling heroic women who bring inspiration to the world.

2004

El mundo award for excellence in journalism

Seymour Hersh, scourge of the U.S. government, and Mariane Pearl, who seeks justice without revenge after losing her husband at the hands of Islamic fundamentalists, are the two winners of the awards in memory of journalist Jose Luis Lopez de la Calle July Fuentes and Julio A. Parrado.

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2003

Prix Verité

Le Prix Vérité est organisé chaque année depuis 1988 par la Ville du Cannet pour récompenser une oeuvre littéraire de talent relatant un événement contemporain fondé sur un ou plusieurs faits réels vécus par l'auteur de l'ouvrage.

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