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Transnationals in Mexico: depeasantization and Walmartization*
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Transnationals in Mexico: depeasantization and Walmartization*

Interview with Tania González from Otros Mundos Chiapas - Friends of the Earth Mexico
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Mass March in Uruguay demands response on crimes against humanity
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Mass March in Uruguay demands response on crimes against humanity

27th March of Silence, for Truth, Justice and Never Again
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Friends of the Earth International at 50!
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Friends of the Earth International at 50!

Special radio show: former chairs share memories and the history of the world’s largest grassroots environmental organisation
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Silvia Ribeiro: “No one can live without food”
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Silvia Ribeiro: “No one can live without food”

Interview with Silvia Ribeiro on agriculture 4.0 and agri-food transnational corporations’ power in the podcast Feminist Rage
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Politics shall be Indigenous
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Politics shall be Indigenous

Brazil: the world’s largest indigenous camp came to an end on 14 April
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The impacts of industrial plantations on African women
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The impacts of industrial plantations on African women

New documentary by Friends of the Earth Africa
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It’s Time To Put an End To Free Trade
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It’s Time To Put an End To Free Trade

A video by Friends of the Earth Brazil and the World March of Women shows how free trade is attacking lives in the global South.
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“A movement in formation”: Online Screening on La Via Campesina and RWR Facebook pages
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“A movement in formation”: Online Screening on La Via Campesina and RWR Facebook pages

LVC presents “A movement in formation”. Online Screening, Sunday, 18 April 2021
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Urgent consideration rights: the people from Uruguay must not endorse neoliberalism
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Urgent consideration rights: the people from Uruguay must not endorse neoliberalism

Uruguay promotes referendum to decide whether to partially repeal a law passed in record time that affects fundamental rights (*)
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Africa: the impacts of climate change following new IPCC warnings
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Africa: the impacts of climate change following new IPCC warnings

Increase in droughts and floods, loss of livelihoods and forced migration
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Women together in unison towards 8 March
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Women together in unison towards 8 March

Activists from Friends of the Earth International share their feminist demands, proposals and wishes
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The seeds of Berta growing with the youth of COPINH
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The seeds of Berta growing with the youth of COPINH

Six years after the murder of Berta Cáceres, two young members of COPINH in Honduras share their memories about the Lenca defender
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GUAPINOL, HONDURAS: “OUR COMRADES SHOULD BE RELEASED”
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GUAPINOL, HONDURAS: “OUR COMRADES SHOULD BE RELEASED”

Interview with Juana Zúniga, Guapinol Environmental Committee, wife of José Abelino Cedillo, one of the six imprisoned defenders
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Strike against the AntaKori mining project: peruvian women and communities resist
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Strike against the AntaKori mining project: peruvian women and communities resist

By Aurora Portal, Lourdes Contreras and Rosa Rivero, members of the World March of Women Peru, North Macroregion.
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Food is a Right: feminist peasant organisation Anamuri submits proposal to Chile’s Constituent Assembly
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Food is a Right: feminist peasant organisation Anamuri submits proposal to Chile’s Constituent Assembly

Proposal to include the Right to Food in the new Chilean Constitution gains massive support
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Brumadinho: 3 years of impunity amid heavy rains and floods
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Brumadinho: 3 years of impunity amid heavy rains and floods

Heavy rains in Minas Gerais cause flooding and drag toxic mining waste due to the collapse of Vale SA dams.
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