Airplanes of the Brazilian Air Force sent rice, corn flour and milk; there is more food waiting to be sent
Worldwide Peasant Struggles
In opposition to the peasant´s struggle, the UN calls for a Conference with heads of states and private agents
Protests and mobilization actions recalled World Environment Day and called for Bolsonaro's departure
The MST Internationalist Brigade Samora Machel in Zambia has been active in Africa since 2008, on the fronts of education, agroecology and women's organization
The MST Internationalist Brigade Samora Machel, located in Zambia, has been active in Africa since 2008. To bring solidarity to the peoples of the mother continent, the Brigade has worked on three central axes: education, agroecology and women's organization.
Learn more about the work done by Brazilians in Haiti, Venezuela, and Zambia
The MST coordinator launches a book on agrarian reform in the world and proposes that in Brazil it should be based on agroecology
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.
The MST school that was inaugurated on January 23, 2005 works with Marxist classics and popular education methods
A space built by the working class, brick by brick, in order to make political education possible for peoples’ organizations across the world. This was the proposal with which the Florestan Fernandes National School (ENFF), located in Guararema, in the rural area of São Paulo state, was founded on 15 years ago.
Latin America’s largest demonstration organized by female rural workers, Daisies’ March energizes people’s struggle
Maria Anecy Martins arrived in Brasília this week with glowing eyes to join the 2019 Daisies’ March. The 45-year-old small farmer is one of the 100,000 peasant women who joined the 2-day event that ended with a massive rally that took over the streets of Brazil’s capital.
by Maura Silva