by Juan Reardon NACLA News
Plans and Theories
The agrarian program of the Landless Rural Workers Movement seeks a structural change in the relationship with access to land, natural goods, modes of production and peasant community organization
MST highlights struggles for the next period in defense of the life and rights of the Brazilian people. Forcing Bolsonaro out is urgent and necessary.
Check out some perspectives that should be discussed this year
In a conference of the series ‘Reflections in Times of Pandemic’, four guests analyze post-capitalist solutions to start a revolutionary people’s project
20 years of the MST’s communications sector outlines the process of resistance and political organization needed to defend the democratization of mass media
Put together by social movements, project seeks credit lines and technology to support water access, among other demands
Congress may yet vote this week on a proposal that would provide emergency aid measures, guaranteed by the federal government, to family farmers during the pandemic.
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.
In an exclusive interview, Kelli Mafort, from the national coordination of the MST, talks about the National Plan to be launched this Friday (June 5)
The Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) launched on Friday (June 5) the Emergency Plan for People’s Agrarian Reform, taking into account the consequences caused by the pandemic of the new coronavirus.
Changes in the national system focused on taxing income and patrimony; cities and states would get R$100 billion