The Sydney Peace Foundation films or engages media outlets to film as many events and talks as possible. This page is a continually expanding collection of video footage of past Sydney Peace Foundation talks, interviews and media engagement.
A selection is below, more inspiring videos can be found on the Foundation’s Youtube channel.Click here for more videos
2016 City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture by Naomi Klein
2016 Sydney Peace Prize week highlights
2016 Sydney Peace Prize recipient Naomi Klein at the Great Barrier Reef: What have we left for our children?
2014 City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture by Julian Burnside AO QC
Broadcast on ABC1 at Monday 24 November 2014, 11:55.
2013 City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture by Dr Cynthia Maung
Dr Cynthia Maung is presented the 2013 Sydney Peace Prize
Richard Falk on the Palestinian Struggle
Richard Falk is Emeritus Professor of International Law at Princeton University and the UN’s Special Rapporteur on Palestinian human rights. He’s 80 years old, he’s Jewish and he draws a lot of fire for his tough critical stand on Israel; from the Israeli government, the US and some of his colleagues within the UN. The premise for this address is that the international community is failing the Palestinians, due largely to their fear of offending the Israeli and the American governments.
Watch Richard Falk’s talk on ABC Big Ideas
“Ethics for a Whole World”
The Dalai Lama is in conversation here with ABC Radio National Religion and Ethics presenter, Andrew West, at a packed public session in the NSW Parliament.
Watch the Conversation on ABC Big Ideas
Dialogue with Arab Women
Watch the Dialogue on ABC Big Ideas
City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture by Sekai Holland
Watch Sekai Holland’s City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture on ABC Big Ideas
2011 City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture by Professor Noam Chomsky
Nov 4, 2011: Cabramatta High Peace Day w/ Noam Chomsky
On Friday 4th November Cabramatta High hosted the annual Peace Day as the last piece of hospitality for Prof Noam Chomsky, the 2011 Sydney Peace Prize Recipient. Welcomed to the school by an honour guard dressed in colourful national dress, other highlights included a recital of slam poems penned by the students on the theme of peace, a tour of the Peace Garden, a drumming and dance spectacular and the release of Peace Doves.
The Sydney Peace Foundation warmly thanks the Information and Culture Exchange (ICE) for producing this beautiful short film on Peace Day 2011, and Cabramatta High and all the schools who participated in the day for their moving and inspiring tribute to Prof Noam Chomsky. These students are sure to be the leaders and peace makers of their generation and with that, the hope for our world to live in peace and share a common humanity burns strong.
Nov 3, 2011: Professor Noam Chomsky Q&A at the Opera House
Prof Noam Chomsky in conversation with Mary Kostakidis, answering audience questions on ‘Problems of Knowledge and Freedom’- linguistics, global politics, human rights, responses to climate change, the nature of democracy. This special event is brought to you by the Sydney Peace Foundation’s Sydney Peace Prize and the Sydney Opera House’s Ideas at the House series.Watch it here
Nov 3, 2011: Professor Noam Chomsky Awarded the Sydney Peace Prize
On Thursday 3rd November, Australia’s Father of Reconciliation and 2008 Recipient of the Sydney Peace Prize, Patrick Dodson, presented Prof Noam Chomsky with the Sydney Peace Prize at a Gala Dinner in the beautiful surrounds of the MacLaurin Hall, the University of Sydney.