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RELATIVES AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS DEMAND JUSTICE FOR COLOMBIAN PEASANT LEADER OMAR MORENO IBAGUÉ
“We are in a hurry for concrete and real actions, because it is our dreams which are being shattered, our families dismembered, victimized by this racist project”
Colombia: Arbitrary detentions of peasant representatives denounced
Covid-19: The peoples’ path from crisis to recovery
A year after Brumadinho
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
La Via Campesina´s International Mission to Venezuela
Latin America and the Caribbean
Ecuador will appeal Chevron’s arbitration award
The State Attorney General's Office began the process to appeal the sentence. UDAPT appreciates the international support.
Covid-19 : Le chemin des peuples de la crise à la reprise
Water: a fundamental human right on Wall Street
"Something essential for life can't be in the hands of a few." Interview with María Selva Ortiz from REDES-FoE Uruguay.
It’s settled: fumigation is a death sentence
Argentinian Criminal Justice established that agrotoxics poisoning was the cause of the death of a 4-year-old boy
Palestine: Activist Abu Saker and his son arrested
Saker is a member of the People's Council for the Protection of the Jordan Valley and the Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power.
Chernobyl-Fukushima: Mirrors of the Nuclear Disaster
Friends of the Earth Japan shares testimonies from victims of the Fukushima nuclear disaster on the 34th anniversary of Chernobyl.
What does factory-farmed meat have to do with the climate crisis?
A new animated video presented by GRAIN and Alianza Biodiversidad offers an answer to this question.
We resist to live, we march to transform!
Friends of the Earth International demanded Gender Justice on March 8th. Photo gallery from different regions.
African Peoples Tribunal demands a radical shift in the way transnational corporations operate
“This was a trend-setting event,” says Amos Yesutanbul Nkpeebo from Friends of the Earth Ghana
Shell taken to court in the Netherlands: groundbreaking case against climate change
Friends of the Earth Netherlands takes the transnational oil corporation to court and demands “zero CO2 emissions” by 2050
Social organisations against UN Food Systems Summit in 2021
The Summit does not respect the “rights-based, legitimate and inclusive” multilateral framework, argue the organisations
10 ways Shell is destroying our Earth
Death threats against CLOC-Via Campesina leader Nury Martínez
“It should not be a crime to be a social leader in Colombia,” said the threatened Chair of FENSUAGRO
Irregularities surrounding police investigation in to death of Indonesian human rights activist Golfrid Siregar
Over one year after his death, WALHI-Friends of the Earth Indonesia and the #JusticeForGolfrid Coalition still demand justice
South African organisations urge government to investigate murder of anti-mining activist
Interview with Robby Mokgalaka from groundWork-Friends of the Earth South Africa
Every vote counts
Interview with Liz Butler from Friends of the Earth US as the world awaits the results of the presidential election
Defenders of Territories and Peoples' Rights
Dismantling Corporate Power
Financialization of Nature
Environment for Peace