1. Dr. Parveen Azam Khan was presented “The 2002 United Nations Vienna Civil Society Award” in recognition of her outstanding achievements and contribution to the global fight against drug abuse, crime and terrorism.
The Award was from The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the Federal Republic of Austria- the City of Vienna. It was presented by Antonio Maria Costa, Deputy Secretary General UNODC to Dr. Parveen on 17th December 2002, in Vienna, Austria.
2. Tamgha-i-Imtiaz was conferred on Dr. Parveen Azam Khan by President General Parvez Musharaf for her work of excellence in the field of Public Service in Pakistan. The investiture ceremony for decoration of recipients of the Civil and Military Awards was held at the Aiwan-e-Sadr Islamabad on 14th August 2004
3. The Governor of the State of Arkansas, Mr. Bill Clinton appointed and commissioned “Dr. Parveen Azam Khan to serve as Ambassador of Good Will from Arkansas to all people of the other States, Nations and wherever this Ambassador of Arkansas may hereafter travel or reside”.
4. The nomination of Dr. Parveen Azam Khan for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005 is living testimony to the achievements of DOST Founder and her staff and clients and and international recognition of their contribution to peace.
The Project “1000 Women Nobel Peace Prize 2005” is a Swiss initiative which has received worldwide support. The nominated women are experts in promoting a life in security and dignity. They have limited budgets but effective strategies and thus represent a major force in civil society. Their experiences are closely related to the social and political situation in their countries or regions.