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25 years of the Struggles of La Via Campesina - teaser
Young people have a great opportunity – it is called La Via Campesina!
Popular Peasant Feminism and Agroecology
On November 25, #LaViaCampesina launches its video "Popular Peasant Feminism and Agroecology" as a way to recognize the vital role of women in the construction of Food Sovereignty, in the (...)
Towards the adoption of the Peasants’ Rights Declaration in New York (UN)
After more than 5 years of negotiations, a great majority of States adopted the Declaration in September at the United Nations Human Rights Council Next step: New York The Declaration will now (...)
5 REASONS WHY WTO IS BAD FOR AGRICULTURE | EXPLAINER
#LaViaCampesina - 5 REASONWHY LA VIA CAMPESINA THINKS WTO IS BAD FOR AGRICULTURE 1. It has increased inequality and rural debt by destroying local peasant markets The World Trade Organisation – (...)
Seeds of Resistance
Seeds of Resistance is an animated film developed as part of the Documentary "Seeds, common property or intellectual property of multinationals".
La Confédération paysanne en action pour dénoncer l’accaparement du foncier
Deux cents paysan-ne-s de la Confédération paysanne ont occupé ce 29 août à Châtillon-sur-Indre une parcelle des 1700 hectares de terres accaparées par le groupe chinois Hongyang. En réalisant une (...)
Fair Food Documentary
Australia’s first feature-length documentary, telling the stories of our fair food pioneers. The hour long Fair Food film was funded in part by crowd funding and made by the Australian Food (...)
It ‘Tasted’ Like Perfume: Environmental Crimes in Northern Brazil
The documentary film It ‘Tasted’ Like Perfume: Environmental Crimes in Northern Brazil, a Brasil de Fato production, shows the brutal impacts of decades of unaccountable mining operations on the (...)
The Fatality of Land Grabbing: Aggravating Climate Change and Undermining Peasant’s Lives
In this video the different levels of land grabbing and how it affects climate change are brought out by farmers in Uganda.