In conversation with Emmanuel Elong on how agro-industrial plantations are affecting local communities’ life and reinforcing violent colonial domination
Everything you need to know about guerrilla gardening, how and why it emerged and ways you can get involved
“We don’t have the luxury of failing”: what it takes to preserve Indigenous farming systems in North-East India
Amid state and national pressures to cultivate palm oil, farmers are finding novel ways to preserve local food sovereignty.
Land defenders in the struggle against criminal groups, Mennonites and western development in Peru
Failed by the Government, international institutions and the world, three Indigenous activists have been murdered by Mexican Narco-paramilitary group
Yara Dowani and Aude Nasr
How Om Sleiman is supporting women in farming and the Palestinian resistance
How communities in Guatemala are using ancestral knowledge to build community resilience and restore food systems
A look into the resistance of the Indigenous Totonaco communities from the Sierra Norte of Puebla against transnational mining, fracking and hydroelectric projects, and how they are building new forms of community resilience following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Across the Philippines and across the world, land needs to be given back to the tillers
A spotlight on the Indigenous and Afro-descendent communities in the mountains of Guerro, Mexico who have organised to defend their territories against violence and extractivism
The introduction to a series documenting the resistance struggles in the central region of Mexico - and a Caravan that united them all.
In conversation with Dr. Moayyad Bsharat about farmers' movements and the fight for land rights