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In Brazil, 800 landless women occupy lands of sexual abuser

800 landless women occupied one of the farms of ‘João de Deus’ who has been… Read more →

Regional event celebrating the Decade for Family Farming in Europe and Central Asia

The European Coordination Via Campesina (ECVC) participated to the regional event entitled The future of… Read more →

India: Peasant Movements to scrutinise and expose the dangers of RCEP Trade Agreement

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is a free trade partnership, which will open India’s… Read more →

Bangladesh : Peasant movements intensifies the struggle against ‘Golden Rice’

BAFLF general secratery Abdul Mazid stated that the multinational companies have targeted Bangladesh as laboratory for the trail of their GM crops and using people and farmers as guinea-pigs for their own interest.

La CLOC- Via Campesina denounces and rejects imperialist interference and demands respect for the sovereignty of Venezuela

From all corners of rebellious, sovereign and dignified Latin America, as Coordinadora Latinoamericana de Organizaciones… Read more →

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The Tarajal Massacre and our agricultural fields

PRESS RELEASE February 6, 2019 International Day to stop the repression of migrants and for… Read more →

The killing of Naasan will not dissuade Palestinian farmers from defending their land

UAWC Press Release Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC) condemns the murder of farmer Hamdi… Read more →

Agroecology workshop for young peasants: Karnataka, India

La Via Campesina South Asia, in its efforts to develop a cadre of young leaders that can take up work on agroecology in the region, recently concluded a regional agroecology youth training camp from Dec 14th to 20th at Amritabhoomi

Brazil: Movement of People Affected by Dams (MAB) calls out new crime by mining giant Vale

Once again history repeats itself as a tragedy. On one side, Vale SA, a major worldwide mining company, and on the other, the Brazilian people gathering bodies sunken in the mud of criminal enterprises.

Thousand Movement: Srilankan tea plantation workers protest in 30 locations for better daily wages

The Thousand Movement, a collective of unions and grassroots activists who want to increase the daily basic salary of an estate worker to Rs. 1000