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Category: What we are Fighting For
Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Area
Many people in the Kenya think it’s a derogatory term referring to people ruled by feudal lords in the middle ages. But it really means a “person of the land or of the country” and in much of the world, family farmers and rural workers continue to embrace the term
Access to Natural Resources
Land, water, forests and livestock as well as marine life are primary sources of income for a good part of the population of developing countries. In many cases, natural resources are considered common goods or are utilized by several users.
A really important part of being women in La Vía Campesina is to identify ourselves and our various struggles” emphasized speakers at the start of the V Women’s Assembly taking place in Basque Country on 17 and 18 July 2017.
Seed and Food Sovereignty
In the face of the crises of Covid-19, climate and inequality, remember that it’s small farmers who feed 80% of the world, not big business.
Agroecology and Climate Justice
For the majority of Africans, around 70%, their ecological, economic and social agenda is tied to agriculture.