In the Media

Embracing Grassroots Feminism

Feminism is inherently political and must not be viewed in isolation from other structural inequalities,… Read more →

Why the world is worried about this new biotechnology

This article by Richard Mahapatra first appeared on DownToEarth on 29 November 2018 With just… Read more →

“Resist patriarchy, resist capitalism”, proclaims global peasant women’s meeting in Sri Lanka

This article by Tanya and Vysakh, first appeared on People’s Dispatch on 23 November Global… Read more →

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Agroecology as a Tool of Sovereignty and Resilience in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

BY HEATHER GIES | First published in Civil Eats Even before Hurricane Maria devastated the island back… Read more →

Transforming the politics of food in Southern Africa, from the local to the global

Across the world, at least 821 million people suffer from hunger. Malnutrition and severe food… Read more →

Brazil: MST’s João Pedro Stedile, “We have to go back to doing grassroots work”

Info Source: Brasil de Fato | São Paulo | Edition: Pedro Ribeiro Nogueira “We leave… Read more →

India: Thousands of farmers reach Delhi protesting government apathy

Farmers affiliated to the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) flagged off the ‘Kisan Kranti Yatra’ on… Read more →

Get out IMF: Workers Unions and Peasants mobilise in large numbers in Argentina

This news article first appeared on Telesur on 25 September. It has only been edited… Read more →

“Ignore IMF Reform Package and Stop Repaying Debts”, says Kenyan Peasants League

This article originally appeared on CADTM on 19 August.  The IMF has been peddling a… Read more →

Keeping the Struggles of Peasant Women Alive

First published by Fair World Project on 09/10/2018 Elizabeth Mpofu Food sovereignty is a feminist… Read more →