VANDANA SHIVA/Water Wars on Voices of the Sacred Feminine

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Vandana Shiva has played a major role in the global Eco-Feminist movement, with an important article Empowering Women, suggesting sustainable agriculture around engaging women and advocates against the patriarchal logic of exclusion. You might recognize Vandana Shiva; she's been in the documentaries The World According to Monsanto, Dalai Lama Renaissance, On Thin ice, This is What Democracy Looks Like. She's won the 2009 Save the World Award and in 2010 received the Sydney Peace Prize. Vandana Shiva, philosopher, environmental activist, eco-feminist and author of several books will discuss her career fighting for changes in the practice and paradigms of agriculture and food, as well as intellectual property rights, biodiversity, biotechnology, bioethics, genetic engineering, fields where she has contributed. Her bio includes serving as advisor to governments in India and abroad as well as non-governmental organizations, including the International Forum on Globalisation, the Women's Environment & Development Organization, World Future Council and the Third World Network.

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