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
Senator Pat Dodson was Australia's first Aboriginal Catholic priest and then "the father of reconciliation", but he is apprehensive as he prepares to address the Senate for the first time.
Patrick Dodson looks intently into the lens, his brown eyes focused
On 25 June, 2016, The Saturday Paper featured an edited excerpt from Naomi Klein's Edward Said Lecture, discussing the racism that underpins the lack of action on climate change.
Naomi Klein is the 2016 Sydney Peace Prize recipient. Tickets for the City of Sydney
This article first appeared in The Guardian on 15 May. Written by Paul Karp.
Author and social activist says political action on climate change was lacking ‘and nowhere more so than Australia’
The Canadian author and social activist Naomi Klein has criticised
On Friday 11 November Canadian award-winning author, journalist, and activist Naomi Klein will receive the 2016 Sydney Peace Prize at Sydney Town Hall (Click here for tickets here).
Below is a selection of books, films, advocacy work and interviews from and by Naomi
On Friday 11 November 2016, Naomi Klein received the 2016 Sydney Peace Prize at Sydney Town Hall.
Naomi Klein is a Canadian award-winning author, journalist, activist and one of the world’s leading voices on climate change. Her bold, unapologetic and insightful analysis impressed
Australia's legal system has become a "feared and despised processing plant" for most Aboriginal people, propelling the most vulnerable and disadvantaged towards a "broken, bleak future", according to Patrick Dodson.
Lamenting that the situation has deteriorated since the landmark royal commission
On 17 March 2016, 2002 Sydney Peace Prize Laureate visited Sydney to headline Sydney City Talks to talk about inclusive, sustainable and just cities.
A forceful human rights advocate, Mrs Mary Robinson, President of the Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice,
This piece is based on the 2015 Hamer Oration, delivered by 2014 Sydney Peace Prize recipient Julian Burnside on September 28, 2015. It was published in The Conversation on 28 September 2015.
It was with some surprise that I found myself engaged