Tickets are now on sale for the Sydney Peace Prize 2012 events
This year, the Sydney Peace Prize will be awarded to Senator Sekai Holland, Co Minister for Reconciliation Healing and Integration in the Cabinet of President Robert Mugabe and Prime
The Sydney Peace Foundation thanks the government of Ecuador for giving asylum to Julian Assange.
Professor Stuart Rees, chair of the Foundation says, ' Ecuador understands the nature of justice, but it seems that in failing to give assurances about Assange's
The Sydney Peace Prize Jury has put out a final call for nominations for the 2013 Sydney Peace Prize.
The Sydney Peace Foundation accepts nominations in writing or email. Nominations should be accompanied by a short statement explaining the merit of
Being forced to take extraordinary measures by seeking political asylum in Ecuador shows just what a desperate situation Julian Assange has found himself in. Faced with the very real prospect of extradition to the US, once he fronts up in
The results of the 2012 Global Peace Index (GPI) were released on June 12th. The 2012 Global Peace Index is the sixth edition of the world’s leading study on global levels of peacefulness. This year Australia ranked the 22nd most
The Sydney Peace Foundation supports the recent recommendations of a senior UN official that the Australian Government refer its proposals – the Stronger Futures Bill – for an extension of the federal intervention into Northern Territory Aboriginal lands to a
By Professor Stuart Rees, in the Sydney Morning Herald's Letters to the Editor:
The prospect of US charges against Julian Assange will be a test of the Australian government's courage in standing up to big brother America, thereby showing its independence
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
VANDANA Shiva's journey from nuclear physicist to eco-feminist began with a trek in the Himalayas. Before beginning a PhD in Canada, she took a walk in the mountains where she had spent countless hours as a child trailing her father,