Source: Intercontinental Cry For most Peruvians it was a Sunday like any other; but in the Wampis community of Soledad, it was a historic day. On November 29, the Wampis nation declared the formation of […]
Today we live in a crucial moment in which peasants are confronting challenges as they grapple with global warming, with the power of multinational companies over what they eat and how they live, and with an agricultural model that can’t provide them livelihood. […]
Source: NACLA Report on the Americas A new refugee crisis takes shape in Mexico and Central America. This article is the first in a multi-part NACLA series on migration in the Americas. The first one […]
Source: The Nation A dangerously speedy process is sending children and their parents back to danger in Central America. The White House rang in the New Year by slamming the gates on refugee families seeking sanctuary. […]
Investigated by the Federal Police, Brazilian construction companies OAS, Odebrecht, Camargo Corrêa, and Andrade Gutierrez reveal an extensive running list of workplace violations including hiring workers with false promises and exploitation of workers under slave-like conditions.
Source: NACLA Report on the Americas Indigenous groups and social movements in Ecuador seek to translate the concept of “Buen Vivir” into policy. “Es la etica del estado – It’s the state’s moral obligation,” Ecuadorian […]
During these 22 years of struggle of Resistance and Rebellion, we have continued to build another form of life, governing ourselves as the collective peoples that we are, according to the seven principles of lead by obeying, building a new system and another form of life as original peoples. One where the people command and the government obeys.