Since 1985, Brazilian families have in large numbers taken to the MST’s call for “bottom-up” agrarian reform.
Forty years after women and men, rural workers, had the boldness and courage to challenge the large estates and create the Landless Rural Workers Movement, we, members of the MST National Coordination, gathered at our Florestan Fernandes National School, in Guararema (SP).
In 2024, the movement will continue demanding the settlement of 65 thousand families and prepares the celebrations of its 40th anniversary
Project started during the pandemic, delivered more than 1.6 million lunch boxes in the last three years in Pernambuco
Three settlements in the state of Alagoas will receive visits from deputies this Friday (August 11)
In Brazil, 65 thousand MST families are waiting to be regularized as settlers: "to continue producing, we need the land"
The movement claims that the occupied lands are unproductive, denounces the eviction suffered and the agreement breached by Ferbasa
Association Jurists for Democracy publishes solidarity note after CPI approval against the movement
João Pedro Stedile, member of the MST’s national leadership, said the parliamentary commission of inquiry that has been set up to look into the movement, is an effort by right-wing legislators to destabilize the Lula government and deter agrarian reform
Event on March 17th in the Filhos de Sepé settlement in Viamão (RS)