The MST coordinator launches a book on agrarian reform in the world and proposes that in Brazil it should be based on agroecology
Worldwide Peasant Struggles
I hope you are in good health and maintaining high morale, despite the difficulties that the moment imposes on us.
We have been monitoring the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide and showing solidarity with all the people facing this crisis and with all the health professionals who have worked tirelessly to combat the pandemic.
The MST school that was inaugurated on January 23, 2005 works with Marxist classics and popular education methods
A space built by the working class, brick by brick, in order to make political education possible for peoples’ organizations across the world. This was the proposal with which the Florestan Fernandes National School (ENFF), located in Guararema, in the rural area of São Paulo state, was founded on 15 years ago.
Latin America’s largest demonstration organized by female rural workers, Daisies’ March energizes people’s struggle
Maria Anecy Martins arrived in Brasília this week with glowing eyes to join the 2019 Daisies’ March. The 45-year-old small farmer is one of the 100,000 peasant women who joined the 2-day event that ended with a massive rally that took over the streets of Brazil’s capital.
by Maura Silva
Brazil’s ousted president granted interview to Brasil de Fato on the challenges facing the country’s 2018 elections
The Brazilian people are being bombarded day after day with lies and manipulations of the big media regarding the situation in Venezuela. Allegations range from its government being dictatorial to mass exodus of its people, to starvation of the population and daily violence by the police against citizens on the streets.
Shortly after the beginning of the 7th International Conference of La Vía Campesina in Basque Country, we interviewed Marina Dos Santos, who is a member of the organization that founded this international network of peasants: the Landless Workers’ Movement of Brazil.
Maria Luisa Mendonça is the coordinator of the Network for Social Justice and Human Rights in Brazil and director of the Feminist Alliance for Rights at the Center for Women’s Global Leadership at Rutgers University.