She has also received several awards for her tireless efforts to improve civil, social and human rights around the world. The first of these awards was from the President of the Italian Republic. A gold medal was presented for her role in encouraging cross-cultural dialogue (Royal Hashemite Court). She then received the German Media prize for the same efforts (Royal Hashemite Court). This was followed by the Swiss Red Cross Honorary Overseas Presidency in 2003, an honorary rank of colonel in 2004, the U.A.E health foundation prize in 2005 (Royal Hashemite Court). She then received the Austrian award in recognition of her tireless social work (Royal Hashemite Court). In the same year she also received the 2005 Sesame Workshop Award and the Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award for her humanitarian work for children (Royal Hashemite Court). She was also given the Honorary Citizenship of Milan Award and appointed the Honorary Hans Christian Andersen Ambassador (Royal Hashemite Court). Her Family and Child Centre shared an award with the Tulir Centre for the prevention and healing of Child Sexual Abuse in India for the 2006 Prevention of Child Abuse Prize which was given to them by the Geneva-based Women’s World Summit Foundation (Royal Hashemite Court). In 2007 she also received Petra’s certificate of candidacy for New Seven Wonders of the World (Royal Hashemite Court). In the same year she was also named by UNICEF as the first advocate for children at the World Economic Forum (Royal Hashemite Court). In the same year she also received the Mediterranean Foundation Award from the Fondazione Mediterraneo in Italy (Royal Hashemite Court). In May of that year Time Magazine named her one of the TIME power givers (Royal Hashemite Court). In the same month King Abdullah the second and Queen Rania received the John Wallach Peacemaker Award for their efforts in promoting world peace (Royal Hashemite Court).