[Salon] Vandana Shiva: Decolonising the Global Economy

  • 17/05/2023
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Full Circle House, 89 Ch. de Vleurgat, 1050 Ixelles


  • Reduced rate for students, interns, unwaged. Please provide proof of status at check-in.
  • Beyond Growth Conference participants can register here.

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A salon with
Vandana Shiva

An evening talk with participatory debate.

 Ideas  / Wed 17 May / 6:30 - 8:30 PM

- Dinner available: book with your salon ticket -

Environmentalist, activist and author Vandana Shiva delivers a critical talk on what the whole point of the economy is and how to decolonise its global dimension. She looks at the whole picture, connecting the dots from a just international trade to thriving local economies and how our democracies can truly serve us.



Vandana Shiva is a physicist, ecologist, activist, editor, author of numerous books and a tireless defender of the environment. She is the Director of the Foundation for Science, Technology & Ecology, a Board Member of the International Forum on Globalization, the founder of Navdanya, a movement for biodiversity conservation and farmers’ rights. She fights for changes in the practice and paradigms of agriculture and food. In 1993, she received the Right Livelihood Award, commonly known as the 'Alternative Nobel Prize.' Other awards include the Order of the Golden Ark, Global 500 Award of the UN, Earth Day International Award, the Lennon Ono Grant for Peace, and the Sydney Peace Prize 2010. In 2003, Time magazine identified Shiva as an 'environmental hero' and Asia Week has called her one of the five most powerful communicators of Asia.


Terra Viva: My life in a biodiversity of movements (2022), Oneness Vs. The 1%. Shattering Illusions, Seeding Freedom, Women Unlimited (2018), Who Really Feeds The World (2016), Making Peace With The Earth (2013), Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature & Knowledge (2011, 1997). 

- Dinner available: book with your salon ticket -

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