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150,000 people mobilized in Belo Horizonte against coup president Michel Temer’s plan to modify the Retirement Law.

The intense calendar of struggles against the Proposal for Constitutional Amend (PEC) No. 287/2016—which...

 Early this Tuesday March 7, around 1,500 women of the Landless Workers Movement (MST) paralyzed the industrial complex of Vale Fertilizers Co. at Cubatão (São Paulo) to denounce the debt of the mining company to the Social...

The New York chapter of the Friends of the MST participated in the March 8 International Women’s Day activities in New York City. The demonstration was organized by: INTERNATIONAL WOMENS STRIKE (US) and WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL...

Beginning March 6 and continuing through March 8, International Women’s Day, women of the MST and other rural and urban organizations celebrated the day through struggle....

With a program focused on training, the Landless Women's Day of Struggle aims to denounce the setbacks that affect federal and state public policies.

About 500 Landless Women have been mobilized since March 6 in...

The day of struggle will denounce foreign capital in Brazilian agriculture through transnational corporations, drawing the attention of society to the destructive model of agribusiness

Against the Reform of Social Security, the Labor Reform and the model of development of the capital in the countryside, the MST starts on Monday (March 6...

The company's debt is R$ 276 million [$87 million].

On Tuesday (March 7) morning, about 1,500 landless rural workers occupied Vale's fertilizer unit in Cubatão, on the edge of the Cônego Domênico Rangoni Highway...

The action sought to draw the attention of state parliamentarians to vote against reform.
 

Around 100 women from the Via Campesina, the Central Única dos Trabalhadores (CUT) and the Popular...

The headquarters of Social Security in Belém was also occupied to denounce the pension reform and the coup government of Michel Temer.

On the morning of this Wednesday (March 8), about 1,000 MST women, unions,...

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