Colin Todhunter is an independent writer and former social policy researcher. His work has been extensively published both online and in the print media. Although he writes on a wide range of issues, his main area of concern involves how large corporations, especially transnational agribusiness, have captured key international and national institutions to undermine indigenous models of agriculture.
The net outcome has been a distorted mainstream narrative that attempts to legitimise a ‘development’ model that is exploitative, unsustainable and geopolitical in nature. Originally from the UK, Colin has spent many years in India, where he wrote for various newspapers, most notably the Bangalore-based Deccan Herald for 10 years. To find out more, go to colintodhunter.com