La Via Campesina calls for international solidarity for the french social movement, against police violence and the authoritarian drift of the French government. We call for international mediation to restore social dialogue.
During the past year, the occupation established 25 settlements and 10 colonial outposts, confiscating an area of land estimated at 1,280 dunums. According to the Wall and Settlement Resistance Commission, since the beginning of this year, the occupation established two colonial outposts.
For the past six years, the struggle against mega-basins has brought together environmentalist, trade union and peasant organizations, such as La Confédération Paysanne, in mobilizations alongside hundreds of activists for a fair distribution of this vital commons.
ÇİFTÇİ-SEN distributed animal feed in Antakya, Defne and Samandağ villages which suffered earthquake damage, to prevent animals from being sold because of lack of feed.
Through a diplomatic note sent to the General Secretary of the United Nations, the Colombian State expresses its decision to support and implement the United Nations Declaration of Peasants Rights.
Urgent attention is needed to restore basic supplies such as food and animal feed, and to ensure the survival and food sovereignty of the affected communities.
In light of the massive human rights violations and the worrying political and social crisis in Peru, our organisations have filed a complaint with various UN human rights mechanisms.
The suffering is made worse in remote rural villages where the situation is critical. Earthquakes are a natural phenomenon, but what transforms a natural phenomenon into a disaster is inappropriate political decisions.
(January 17, 2023) The Latin American Coordination of Rural Organizations CLOC – Via Campesina, expresses… Read more →
We, La Via Campesina and its grassroots organizations in Haiti are engaged in the struggle… Read more →