La Via Campesina
Workers in India go on strike for living wages and social protection and other stories

Today we look at a strike by government scheme workers in India, a violent eviction drive by police in the Indian state of Assam, and more

Sustainable food systems are possible outside corporate agriculture

The United Nations Food Systems Summit has become one of the most controversial events of this year due to corporate take over. Civil society activists came together during the pre-summit to register their protest

Food sovereignty: 25 years in the making

Jaime Amorim of La Via Campesina discusses the importance of food sovereignty as the pandemic induced global economic crisis has sent millions back to situations of hunger and misery

Zuma arrest sparks unrest in South Africa amid rising hunger and poverty and other stories

Today we look at the crisis in South Africa amid worsening poverty and hunger, the links between the US, Colombia, and the suspects arrested in the assassination of Jovenel Moise, and more

International outrage at forced closure of office of Palestinian agricultural organization

During a crackdown against Palestinian activists across the West Bank, Israeli soldiers stormed the office of the Union of Agricultural Workers Committee and closed it under military order

International day of peasant struggle: Peasant rights and COVID-19

Pramesh Pokharel of La Via Campesina discusses how the fight for peasant rights and land reform becomes even more vital amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Save lives to save the economy, says Via Campesina Brazil

The movement has criticized the approach of the Jair Bolsonaro government to the crisis and the economy. It has called for adequate funding and resources for the health system and relief measures for workers

In times of pandemic, movements and organizations defend the right to a dignified life

People’s organizations, movements, political parties and international platforms have come together to strengthen the struggle against imperialism and defend the people amid an intensified global crisis

Latin American rural organizations conclude VII Congress with call for resistance

Representatives from dozens of organizations met in Havana, Cuba for the VII Congress of the Latin American Coordinator of Rural Organizations

[In Photos] Cuban physicians provide care to victims of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique

Over 7,000 people who were affected by the long-live storm have received free medical care from volunteers

[In Photos]: Camp of people affected by cyclone in Mozambique

A group composed of members of Brazilian people’s movements traveled to this African country to support the reconstruction of the nation

Colombian lower house rejects president Duque’s objections to Special Jurisdiction for Peace

On March 10, Duque objected to 6 of the 159 articles of the Statutory Law of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace [JEP]. The Senate will next decide on the objections and if it also rejects them, the president will be forced to approve the Bill

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