This year's edition of the Peace and Sport Awards will be held digitally as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The award ceremony, scheduled for December 15, will recognise the most innovative and impactful peace-through-sport initiatives.
There will be five categories, including the Champion of the Year and Special Jury Prize awards.
In normal circumstances, the Peace and Sport Awards take place at the end of an annual international forum.
"The context of the worldwide pandemic forces us to reconsider our lifestyles, our conception of what matters and our relations to others," a statement by Peace and Sport said.
"In 2020, the peace and sport family won’t be able to gather for a new edition of the Peace and Sport International Forum.
"However, a digital and prestigious Peace and Sport Awards Ceremony will showcase the best peace through sport initiatives from around the world, and virtually connect all actors using sport as a tool for social development and peace."
Last year's Peace and Sport Awards took place at Opéra de Monte-Carlo in Monaco.
The pinnacle of the evening was the Champion of the Year award, which looks to recognise an athlete that has led a significant and sustainable sport initiative towards peaceful change.
South African Rugby World Cup winner Siya Kolisi was the recipient.
Seven other awards were given out, with Saint-Omer Cricket Club Stars winning sport organisation of the year for its scheme which provides opportunities for young refugees from Afghanistan and Pakistan.