At the start of this year’s electoral process, social movements in Brasil and Brasil’s Via Campesina made the political decision to undertake efforts to elect the largest number possible of legisla
"The MST brings hope and opportunity to human beings. Opportunities for education, for change. It upholds the same principles as Che Guevara, and is therefore a Guevarist movement."
For João Pedro Stedile, of the MST’s national leadership, Dilma’s victory would allow a scenario and confluence of forces more conducive to social progress.
The MST comes to the cities this week to ask for support from all workers, once again, in defense of Agrarian Reform.
US Social Forum, Detroit, 2010 Over a half-century ago, Mahatma Gandhi led a multitude of Indians to the sea to make salt—in defiance of the British Empire’s monopoly on this resource critical to
After eight months of the boycott against the Joint Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry (CPMI) on Agrarian Reform, the parliamentarians of the conservative sectors led by Kátia Abreu (DEM-TO) and On
Brazil is the target of an offensive by big capital, joined by transnational corporations and banks, in an alliance with the capitalist landowners who created a model of organization of agricultur
Political Education: The experience of MSTin Brazil
Ana Justo, Florestan Fernandes National School,
The Brazilian Landless Workers Movement (MST)
Ana Justo has been a leader of Brazil's Landless Workers Movement (Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra - MST) for 23 of its 25 years. The largest social movement in Latin America, the MST has 1.5 million members. The MST struggles for land reform, access to healthcare, schools, organic production and infrastructure by promoting ground-up sustainable development based in the needs of all Brazilians. Ana coordinates the Secretariat of the MST's Florestan Fernandes National School located in Guararema, Sao Paulo.
Political Education: The experience of MST in Brazil Ana Justo, Florestan Fernandes National School, The Brazilian Landless Workers Movement (MST) Ana Justo has been a leader of Brazil's Landless
World transformations in recent years have resulted in the centralization of capital accumulation in the financial sphere and for transnational corporations.