Indigenous youth organizing for sustainable livelihoods in the forested foothills of Himalaya (Indian-administered Kashmir)
The Pir Panjal range is a group of mountains in the Lesser Himalaya. The forested foothills of the Pir Panjal, in Indian-administered Kashmir, are inhabited by indigenous communities and rich in natural resources, which increasingly attract outside exploiters. This initiative … Read more
Congratulations to Lottie Cunningham Wren, recipient of the 2019 Paul K. Feyerabend Award, and now also of the 2020 Right Livelihoods Award – the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’ that honours and supports courageous people solving global problems.
The Board of the Paul K. Feyerabend Foundation is proud to congratulate Lottie Cunningham Wren, recipients of the 2019 Paul K. Feyerabend Award, and now also laureate of the 2020 Right Livelihoods Award – widely known as ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’, … Read more
Congratulations to Paul Sein Twa – Executive Director of Salween Peace Park and friend of Saw O Moo, recipients of the 2018 Paul K. Feyerabend Award – who has now received the 2020 Goldman Award – the most important environmental award in the world.
The Board of the Paul K. Feyerabend Foundation is proud to congratulate Paul Sein Twa –elected President of the Salween Peace Park (SPP) and friend of Saw O Moo, recipients of the 2018 Paul K. Feyerabend Award. Paul has just … Read more
Conserving the language and culture of the Vadda people of Sri Lanka – important steps to keep alive their identity and solidarity
The Vadda are an aboriginal people in Sri Lanka, known to have inhabited the island well before the arrival of the Aryans. Currently, they live in scattered spots and some groups have mixed with other ethnic groups in the country. … Read more