Destruction of policies to support Agrarian Reform and Family Farming by the Bolsonaro government deeply affected the settlements
20 years of the MST’s communications sector outlines the process of resistance and political organization needed to defend the democratization of mass media
The Movement will authorize federal troops to enter in order to escort experts; evictions have been discarded
The action is part of the National Plan to Plant Trees and Produce Healthy Food, launched by the MST at the beginning of 2019
Between September 20 and 26, the Movement of Landless Rural Workers (MST) will carry out a big campaign of planting trees across the country.
The donations which initially began being offered by encampments and settlements, today are a part of two larger solidarity initiatives in Brazil
This past Tuesday (September 8th), after 115 days without a Health Minister, Brazil hit the grim milestone of 127,004 deaths as a result of the novel coronavirus.
The sociologist who took his class origins to the books and study, saw revolution as essential for the transformation of Brazil
Proposal provides aid of R$ 3,000 [approximately US$ 575], aid for cisterns and postponement of debts; farmers receive R $ 6 thousand
On Monday (July 20) the Chamber of Deputies approved the bill to help family farmers while the Covid-19 crisis persists.
MST proposal points to way out of crises
This Friday (June 5), World Environment Day, the MST launched the Emergency Plan for People’s Agrarian Reform, proposed by the Movement for Brazil with the aim of creating jobs, producing food, moving trade and guaranteeing income and decent living conditions for the people in the midst of the pandemic.
Action will mark the launch of the Emergency Plan for Agrarian Reform, proposed by the Movement at the national level to face hunger and the economic crisis during the pandemic of the new coronavirus.
For months, President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil has insisted the coronavirus is not a serious threat. Beyond instituting a national lockdown in mid-March, his government has left 209 million Brazilians largely without federal help during the pandemic.