We were so honoured to award the Gold Medal for Human Rights to Christiana Figueres on 12 March in the Lord Mayor's Reception Room at the Sydney Town Hall. Christiana gave an impassioned speech about the need for urgent action
We were so pleased to offer a sneak peak unveiling of the Me Too movement as the 2019 Sydney Peace Prize recipient on 30 April before the news broke publicly. Thank you to everyone who woke up so early to
We are thrilled to bring you an exciting opportunity to see 2014 Sydney Peace Prize recipient Julian Burnside's new documentary Border Politics, and to enjoy a live Q&A with Burnside himself!
Border Politics follows Burnside as he travels the globe examining
Jandali composes symphonies which integrate ancient folk melodies from Aleppo and the Silk Road to preserve the musical heritage of Syria.
"I'm trying to integrate these ancient melodies that Aleppo embraced into my symphonic, classic and chamber works in an effort
Human rights are for everyone, equally, universally, and forever. Unfortunately in today's world, many people are denied a life in dignity. The challenges to peace and justice are daunting, but now is not the time to falter.
2017 will mark the
Yesterday the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) released their annual ranking of 162 countries' in terms of their peacefulness—the Global Peace Index (GPI). The GPI is in its eighth year running, and for the seventh year running they have
The death of a 23 year old asylum seeker and injuries to over sixty others on Manus Island are the inevitable consequences of a policy of violence based on bullying and brute force to arrest, detain and humiliate vulnerable and
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
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,