day, new technologies are being conceived, designed, and implemented rapidly, without space to consider the implications and consequences for farmers. Farming communities are often forced to decide whether or not to adopt tools that were created far from their fields and without their input. How do we reclaim and reassert our voices, perspectives, and values through our own stories?
The 5th Training Module on “The collective rights of peasants in the global governance of seeds” is now available! This module is a pedagogical tool that aims to contribute to the understanding of the global struggle for peasant seeds. it is dedicated to the study of the main spaces of governance and international legal tools related to the right to seeds.
In 2021, members of La Via Campesina’s Southern and Eastern African region had launched a… Read more →
2022 marks 19th anniversary of the Global Campaign for Peasant Seeds, a Heritage of Peoples… Read more →
La Via Campesina joyfully announces the launching of a series of training modules called “La… Read more →
Protecting and elevating rural people’s rights is essential for food sovereignty in a context of… Read more →
The Shashe farms in the Runde catchment area of Zimbabwe extend across three villages. Since… Read more →
The world is changing, and so are the agrarian struggles of rural social movements and… Read more →
Seeds have a special place in the struggle for food sovereignty. These small grains are… Read more →
It is impossible to think about agriculture without seeds, varieties and cuttings. And it is… Read more →