In addition, the movement's state directorate has guided solidarity campaigns in Recife, Caruaru and Petrolina
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Free of transgenics and pesticides, the vegetables will be used to prepare lunch boxes for the needy population
Since the end of March, the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) in partnership with other popular movements, non-governmental organizations, unions and other entities linked to the Brazil Popular Front have been distributing lunch boxes to the homeless in Recife (PE).
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.
Reactions to the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic have highlighted different aspects of Brazilian society. On April 1, in São Paulo (SP), the Madero restaurant chain announced the layoff of 600 workers. On the same day, in Rio Grande do Sul, the Movement of Landless Rural Workers (MST) announced that it will donate 12 tons of organic rice to help compose the basic food basket for vulnerable people.
State-run company is selling 8 refineries, thousands of miles of pipelines, and fuel distributors
Workers at the Brazilian oil company Petrobras will go on an indefinite nationwide strike starting Saturday (February 1) at midnight, the Unified Federation of Oil Workers (FUP) and its 13 unions informed the state-run oil giant’s management.
Provisional decree could lead to escalation of land conflicts in the world’s biggest rain forest
The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, signed on Tuesday, December 10 a provisional decree (MP) that aims to formalize the land titles of around 600,000 rural estates by 2022.
Our weekly show also reports on a cultural complex that was listed as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity
FIAN Brazil launches report exposing how authoritarianism has drastically eroded the right to food in the country.
Scoops, controversies, and threats of authoritarianism marked last week in one of Brazil’s most notorious cases
The bill was voted and approved by the São Paulo City Council and was officially published by the Parliamentary Secretary Genera on September 4, 2019