Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is very deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize as eliminating chemical weapons is a difficult and dangerous task, but one that is very important both to Syria and the entire world. Chemical weapons pose particular threat because they target and spread randomly and can cause serious health risks to innocent people. By working with Syria to eliminate them, OPCW is at high personal risk but continues to push forward with this important task.
No, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons does not deserve to win the Nobel Peace Prize, because any nation or group can say that chemical weapons are bad, and they would be right. The organization has not done anything significant enough in the fight against chemical weapons to warrant such a prestigious award.