Expansion of the Alcântara Launch Center could mean the removal families and another affront to Brazilian sovereignty
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
There are about 700 families in transition threatened by real estate speculation
In a conference of the series ‘Reflections in Times of Pandemic’, four guests analyze post-capitalist solutions to start a revolutionary people’s project
Conference discussed the concept of food sovereignty and strategies for having local and healthy food on the table; watch
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.
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.
Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research releases a new dossier on the struggle for land and popular agrarian reform in Brazil
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.