Global Healing: Essays and Interviews on Structural Violence, Social Development and Spiritual Transformation

Author: Sulak Sivaraksa
With the crash of the economy, the question of alternatives to the current economic model has become an extremely urgent one. The sources of thinking about alternatives has been the vibrant NGO movement in Thailand… that came to be identified as activist or social Buddhism, one of whose practical exponents was Sulak Sivaraksa., who won the Right Livelihood Award (“the alternative Nobel Prize”) in 1995, went on to become one of the country’s most prominent social critics, in the forefront of developing a thorough going critique of consumerism.


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