The singer is honoured for contributions "to promoting tolerance through the arts"...
ALANIS MORISSETTE is to be presented with a UNITED NATIONS award at a special ceremony in NEW YORK on December 11.
The star will pick up the Global Tolerance Awards from the Friends of the United Nations association. According to Billboard, she will be honoured for contributions “to promoting tolerance through the arts”.
Morissette performed in the Middle East, at the Great Jubilee Concert for a Debt-Free World in Rome and a cultural exchange visit to Cuba in 1998.
The presentation comes as part of the UN’s Human Rights Day and will take place at the UN Delegates Dining Room.