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
MST News and Events
Mentions are in a study on public policies of the National Campaign for the Right to Education
In addition to the valuable task of providing food to the urban population, each MST activist has the mission of preventing coronavirus from preparation to the sale of products
Brazilian speaker of lower house, head of Senate, Supreme Court justice, and governor met with investors in US bank
Bringing together some 400 Movement members, the political event in honor of the MST's 35 years of existence was attended by parliamentarians, representatives of popular movements, university professors and friends of the organization.
During the event, the MST launched the "Letter to the Brazilian People", addressing the Movement's position in the current Brazilian and international political situation.
People across the world have responded with outrage, sadness, and grief to the assassination of Marielle Franco and her driver Anderson Pedro Gomes on Wednesday night in Rio de Janeiro. Marielle Franco was a councilwoman from the Socialism and Liberty Party (PSOL) in the city of Rio de Janeiro, and an activist who opposed the militarization of poor neighborhoods.
Photo Credit: Midia Ninja
Despite the apparent health risks, consumers know very little about what they are consuming and the industry insists that there is a "safe level" for the consumption of these substances. May 5, 2017 4:20 p.m.
By Carla Bueno, Mariana Tarricone Garcia and Marina Cobra Lacorte*
The objective is to bring together militants and educators to deepen knowledge about the MST's Educational Project and celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Education Sector of the Movement
We are all indigenous and we are fighting for a Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry
The criminalization and killing of Indigenous People in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul has only increased in the last years, as international agribusiness continues to expand in the Central Plateau, Pantanal and Amazonian regions.
The following press release was issued by the unions and social movements.