Sulak Sivaraksa’s 82 years show no sign of slowing him down. The prominent Buddhist activist from Thailand continues to travel the world lecturing and publishing, mentoring young activists at home and abroad, and participating in groundbreaking inter-religious dialogues. He also works across a number of spiritual, humanitarian, cultural, and environmental movements. And from his home in Bangkok still supports the many organisations he has founded, including the International Network of Engaged Buddhists.

Sulak also continues his role as a key intellectual speaking out about ecological suffering ...


There are approximately 1025 more words in this article.

To read the rest of this article, please buy this issue, or join the Resurgence Trust. As a member you will receive access to the complete archive of magazines from May 1966.

Buy Issue Join Us

If you are already a member, please Sign in