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Rawabi Holding Awards

Since 2007, the Rawabi Holding Awards have honoured exceptional individual efforts performed in fostering friendship, understanding and positive relations between the United Kingdom and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Awarded annually to one Saudi and one British citizen, the prizes are generously sponsored by Mr Abdulaziz al Turki. Nominations are invited from members and the candidates are then voted for by The Saudi British Society Committee.

This year's awards for making a significant contribution to Saudi-British relations were presented at the Annual Dinner on 10th February.
This year's awards for making a significant contribution to Saudi-British relations were presented, on 11th February, to Andrew Mead and Ionis Thompson.
This year's awards for making a significant contribution to Saudi-British relations were presented, on 5th February, to Sir James Craig and Mr. Michael Field by Mr. Abdulaziz al Turki.
The winners of the 2013 awards, for making a significant contribution to Saudi–British relations, were The Rt. Hon. Lord Denman (awarded posthumously) and Mr. Peter Harrigan. The awards were presented, on 7th February 2013.
This year's awards, for making a significant contribution to Saudi–British relations, were presented to Sir Alan Munro and Mr Michael McKinnon.
Dr. Venetia Porter, curator of Islamic art at the British Museum, has won the award for her past and future achievements in presenting Islamic art, and Saudi art in particular, to the British public. Mr. Robert Lacey’s major book published in 1981 “The Kingdom” was a revelation to the outside world of a Saudi Arabia.
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