Since 1985, Brazilian families have in large numbers taken to the MST’s call for “bottom-up” agrarian reform.
Landless workers of the MST celebrate his birth by continuing their legacy of humility and rebellion
This Tuesday (February 16th), the “bishop of the people” of the Prelature of São Félix do Araguaia in Mato Grosso, Dom Pedro Casaldáliga, would have turned 93 years old. The landless workers of the MST celebrate his birth by continuing his legacy of humility and rebellion.
Farmers from the Ernesto Che Guevara settlement in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul sow 100 hectares of poison-free soy
In a conference of the series ‘Reflections in Times of Pandemic’, four guests analyze post-capitalist solutions to start a revolutionary people’s project
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
MST proposal points to way out of crises
This Friday (June 5), World Environment Day, the MST launched the Emergency Plan for People’s Agrarian Reform, proposed by the Movement for Brazil with the aim of creating jobs, producing food, moving trade and guaranteeing income and decent living conditions for the people in the midst of the pandemic.
Action will mark the launch of the Emergency Plan for Agrarian Reform, proposed by the Movement at the national level to face hunger and the economic crisis during the pandemic of the new coronavirus.
The action was part of the Training Course for the Pedagogical Collectives of the MST-PR Schools, which brought together 55 participants from 15 Schools in the countryside.
A thousand tree seedlings were planted at the Maila Sabrina camp, in Ortigueira, during the closing of the Training Course for Pedagogical Collectives of the Schools of the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) in Paraná.