The national leader of the MST spoke with Brasil de Fato about the main issues surrounding the Brazilian election
The 28th Cry of the Excluded will feature a political and solidarity act with breakfast for 3,000 people in Praça da Sé
Just during the Christmas Without Hunger campaign, around 250,000 people received donations in 24 states of Brazil
The people need to build, participate and fight for a new project for the country
In 37 years of struggle, the MST has already enabled more than 100,000 people throughout Brazil to become literate. The work has been based on the Cuban literacy method “Yes, I can” and Paulo Freire's Brazilian Cultural Circle
National leader points out the role of food sovereignty in a context of growing hunger and poverty in Brazil
The agrarian program of the Landless Rural Workers Movement seeks a structural change in the relationship with access to land, natural goods, modes of production and peasant community organization
For the former president, with the strengthening of policies for family farming, "another Pernambuco is possible"
Since Sunday (August 15), former president Luis Inácio Lula da Silva began a visit to six states in the Northeast, starting with the state of Pernambuco. The trip aims to discuss Brazil with local authorities, popular movements and political leaders.
The LGBTs from Coletivo Sem Terra also point to advances in gender debates and demanded justice for the murder of peasants in Paraná
Numbers rose in 2016 and hit record highs during Bolsonaro’s administration, according to the Pastoral Land Commission