Agrarian Reform

MST will be received at the OAS Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

Scheduled for December 9, an international audience will have complaints from the MST on human rights violations in the Brazilian countryside

On December 9, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights of the Organization of American States (IACHR/OAS) will host the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) to listen to the interlocutor of movements in the Brazilian countryside about the paralysis of Agrarian

Lesbian women and participation in the agroecological production of the MST

Glaucia and Cris work in Copavi, in Paraná. They speak about living as a couple within the Movement and the agroecological practice

Breaking down all barriers and questioning the forms of sentimental relationships imposed by society so that all can be who they really are, are aspects that form a big part of the struggle of the MST, a movement that has a high level of participation of landless LGBT workers in its agroecological production.