What are we fighting against?

Spain: Only 3 out of 10 Euros from CAP go to Land Managed by Women

According to data from the Spanish Agricultural Guarantee Fund (FEGA), the proportion of CAP aid received by women-owned farms significantly lags behind that of men, with only 27.5% of direct aid and 26.34% of Rural Development aid going to women. Under the current scheme, farms owned by women farmers and livestock breeders are marginalized because they are smaller in size and have ineligible production.

Srilanka: MONLAR and other civil society members call out IMF’s ‘selective consultations’

The signatories express discontent with the IMF’s dismissive attitude towards civil society concerns, urging for transparent and participatory decision-making processes concerning reforms, particularly in debt restructuring. They are demanding a reduction in the country’s debt burden through a fair and transparent process, including the identification and cancellation of odious debt.

Guatemala: CUC Renews Call for Women’s Education and Land Access

The CUC demands that girls have access to education, preventing early marriage and motherhood, providing women with equitable access to land and fair trade opportunities, eliminating gender discrimination, ensuring fair working conditions, creating market opportunities for artisanal products, and promoting a life free from violence.

Caribbean: CLOC-Via Campesina Stands in Solidarity with Haitian Women

We commit ourselves to the active construction of Food Sovereignty, fighting against the crises and violence that affect our communities. We continue to move forward and share experiences, strategies, and dreams, solidifying our commitment to gender equity and social justice in rural areas. Solidarity with the Haitian people.