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Women march in Belém against social security reform

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, black movement, left wing parties, students, Fetagri, MAB [Movement of People Affectd by the Dams], neighborhood movements, Popular Consultation and Popular Youth Rising held Women's March in Belém.

March 8th Struggles in Pernambuco

Focus of the actions is the fight against the proposal of reform of the Social Security, of the coup government of Michel Temer.

 

Finally came the 8th of March, a date so expected by all popular movements, and this year has assumed a character of confrontation with the agenda of the coup government, which seeks to deepen the gender inequalities already so entrenched in our society.
 

 

MST adopts the FORTALEZA MANIFESTO

With representations of the five regions of the country, more than 400 militants of the MST met in Fortaleza-CE for the meeting of the National Coordination of the Movement, between January 23 and 27, 2017. With deep reflections, dialogue and a lot of excitement in a revolutionary mística, the Movement's whole team deliberated on an extensive calendar of struggles to confront the threats to social rights carried out by coup president Michel Temer.

At the ALBA Movements Assembly in Colombia, Joao Pedro Stedile Says: “In the current stage our only task is to increase organization and mass struggle”

Last Thursday, in the framework of the II Continental Assembly of Social Movements Towards the ALBA, the first panel of speakers was led by the representative of the Landless Rural Workers’ Movement (MST) of Brazil, João Pedro Stedile, who offered a master class titled “Political juncture: neoliberalism, neodevelopmentalism and socialism in our continent”.

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