Naomi Klein was the winner of the 2016 Peace Prize. Naomi is a Canadian author, social activist, and filmmaker. Her latest book, On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal, published last year, was an instant New-York-Times bestseller.
This talk was presented by 2016 Sydney Peace Prize Laureate Naomi Klein, at an official TED conference in September 2017.
Things are pretty shocking out there right now -- record-breaking storms, deadly terror attacks, thousands of migrants disappearing beneath the waves
Next month 2016 Sydney Peace Prize recipient Naomi Klein is releasing her new publication No is Not Enough: Resisting Trump's Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need!
We already know that the Trump administration plans to deregulate markets, wage all-out war on
Naomi Klein has written a two powerful pieces analysing the flurry of executive orders which have been trucked through by President Trump since his inauguration last month.
Klein urges us to see beyond the policies to the administration’s motivation: to create
On 4 December, 2016, 2016 Sydney Peace Prize recipient Naomi Klein was at Standing Rock in North Dakota when news broke that an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline had been denied. Naomi writes about the joy and relief felt
2016 City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture by Naomi Klein, Delivered on 11 November 2016 at Sydney Town Hall. Naomi Klein's Lecture starts at 25:15.
I would like to pay my respects to the elders both past and present of the Gadigal people
At the precise moment that Donald Trump was giving his acceptance speech live, I was in a room packed with a thousand people in Sydney, listening to Maria Tiimon Chi-Fang, a leading activist from the island state of Kiribati.
All day I
On 9 November, 2016 Sydney Peace Prize recipient Naomi Klein appeared in conversation with Lenore Taylor (The Guardian), Murrawah Johnson (Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners Council), Maria Tiimon Chi-Fang (Pacific Calling Project), Nadine Flood (CPSU) and Shen Narayanasamy (GetUp!) discussing the
Prior to arriving in Sydney to receive the 2016 Sydney Peace Prize, Naomi Klein and her family went up to the Great Barrier Reef to witness the devastating bleaching first hand.
In "Under the Surface", a special Guardian film, the award-winning