Dark moments like this bring us closer to the bright side -- one that is illuminated by exceptional people doing humanity a massive favor with their selfless acts, revolutionary movements and humanitarian missions. As such, our modern-day heroes are worthy of a prestigious recognition, like the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. By looking at the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize Betting Odds, let’s get to know the best of them and see who has the greatest potential to win the accolade.

Greta Thunberg

Aside from Malala, no other person under 18 years old was able to get the Nobel Peace Prize. 17 year-old Greta Thunberg might just change that. Thunberg easily captured the attention of the world, garnered millions of followers and media attention when she stepped up to be one of the youngest climate activists in the world, which makes her heavily favored in the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize betting odds.

Jacinda Ardern

The international spotlight was shifted to New Zealand’s young prime minister Jacinda Ardern after two Christchurch mosques were gunned down by a mass shooter, claiming 50 lives and wounding more. As a response, prime minister Ardern banned automatic and semi-automatic weapons without hesitation, which she was applauded for.


The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) won the Peace Prize twice in 1954 and 1981, and 2020 might just give its third. With the ongoing refugee issues from all over, the UNHCR employs thousands of people across the globe to aid refugees affected by poverty, hunger, and war.

Elizabeth Warren

2020 Nobel Peace Prize betting odds for Elizabeth Warren was heavily affected by her dropping out of the US Presidential Race. Still, she has enough space to further her humanitarian crusade and eventually win the Peace Prize. Her significant contributions to bettering the country’s financial stance through stricter banking regulations make her a contender for the prize.

Since 1901, the Nobel Peace Prize has been given annually along with the five Nobel awards. The Peace Prize nominations usually revolve around people who have done tremendous efforts in fostering relationships between nations, reducing acts of war and promoting peace congresses.