By Dr Vandana Shiva, recipient of the 2010 Sydney Peace Prize
We live in times whose signature is violence – from the killing of 134 innocent children in Peshawar to the massacres of 2000 by Boko Haram in Nigeria and the 17 in Paris just in the
The important and inspiring work of the 2010 Sydney Peace Prize recipient Vandana Shiva continues in her fight to save seeds, farmers and food from corporate monopolies.
Activist Vandanda Shiva calls for ‘satyagraha’ against federal Bill C-18
Renowned environmental and agricultural activist Vandana
Dr Vandana Shiva was the 2010 Sydney Peace Prize Recipient. She an international voice for sustainable development and social justice. She's a physicist, scholar, social activist, and feminist. She is director of the Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Natural Resource
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,