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Indian farmers lead historic struggle for Food Sovereignty, Anti-fascism, Democracy and Human Rights

Indian farmers lead historic struggle for Food Sovereignty, Anti-fascism, Democracy and Human Rights

Friends of the Earth International stands in solidarity with Indian farmers and workers in their continuing protests against the deregulation and corporatisation of agriculture and their fight for food sovereignty, anti-fascism, democracy and human rights. Since...
COVID-19 and the care crisis

COVID-19 and the care crisis

This Covid-19 crisis has affirmed our belief that the centrality of life is and should be our most important value. We know that care is essential for life, both human and nature. The crisis has made visible the interdependence between human beings and the...
Twin victories: Southeast Asia’s largest open-pit mine derailed as local govt, court take cudgels for people and nature

Twin victories: Southeast Asia’s largest open-pit mine derailed as local govt, court take cudgels for people and nature

Tucked in southern Philippines is the largest undeveloped gold and copper open-pit mining project in Southeast Asia. With an area equivalent to the size of 700 football fields, the Tampakan mining project spells disaster for the region’s watershed systems,...
Communities in Bangladesh mobilise against toxic waste in local canals

Communities in Bangladesh mobilise against toxic waste in local canals

MAAR Ltd.’s Toxic Operations  Maize Advance Agro Refineries Limited (MAAR Ltd.), a factory producing dry starch from Maize, has allegedly been dumping untreated toxic industrial waste into the Ekhtiarpur canal in Habiganj’s Madhabpur Upazila, Bangladesh. ...