This report assesses the working and learning conditions of young agricultural workers in Europe, including working hours, fees, contracts and more.
El Wallili is the biggest chabola in the municipality of Níjar, with more than 500 people living there. Most residents are migrant farmworkers. It was established 15 years ago and is located in a strategic site between the greenhouses where they work.
This final booklet in the series – peasants as political subjects – brings us to the core purpose of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas (UNDROP).
The following statement is the outcome of the Young Farmers Forum (YFF), of which La… Read more →
The third UNDROP Thematic Booklet on “Peasants’ Dignified Lives and Livelihoods” is now available! This… Read more →
On Thursday (05 January), the correctional court of La Rochelle requested against 2 demonstrators equally severe sentences ranging from 5 to 6 months of suspended prison and 500,000 euros damages!
Bagnolet, december 2022 | Another UN Climate COP has come and gone – the 27th… Read more →
Now that the Declaration completes 4 years, read about some achievements and challenges of the… Read more →
JAKARTA, 17 December 2022: The Indonesian Peasants Union (SPI) commemorated the fourth anniversary of the… Read more →
Solidarity Statement of La Vía Campesina (Bagnolet, December 18, 2022) Faced with the critical situation… Read more →