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UNDROP Thematic Booklet No. 4: “Peasants as Political Subjects”

This Booklet was first published on La Via Campesina website on January 24, 2023. You can find it here. The fourth Thematic Booklet on “Peasants as Political Subjects” is now available! This is the last of four thematic booklets—part of the popular education materials to be used as a crucial step in reconnecting those who…

Launching the UNDROP booklet in Brazil: Potency, hope and resistance!

After nearly two decades of struggle to advance the peasants’ rights agenda in the international fora of the United Nations, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas was finally adopted in 2018. What a ground-breaking victory for the several social movements and organisations that persistently fought for…

The path of Peasant and Popular Feminism in La Via Campesina

This publication was originally published on the La Via Campesina website on June 11, 2021. La Via Campesina, presents the publication “The Path of Peasant and Popular Feminism in La Via Campesina” with the aim of strengthening the training processes of the Movement and to build Peasant and Popular Feminism as a political tool against…

Small-scale fishers: Struggles and Mobilisations

Nyeleni Newsletter, n°47, March 2022 Nyeleni Newsletter is the voice of the international movement committed to the defence of peoples’ rights to food sovereignty around the political platform constituted by the Nyeleni Declaration 2007. The website dedicated to its publication brings together fifteen organisations: Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA), FIAN International, Focus on…

Shedding a Light on the Human Rights of Small-scale Fishers: Complementarities and Contrasts between the UN Declaration on Peasants’ Rights and the Small-Scale Fisheries Guidelines

in Brunori et al, Commentary on the Declaration on the Rights of Peasants (Routledge, 2021 Forthcoming) Abstract The UN Declaration on Peasants’ Rights (UNDROP) underscores the need for a coherent interpretation and application of existing international human rights to the specific context of small-scale fisheries (SSF), including small-scale marine and continental capture fishing, small-scale aquaculture,…

The right to land

This publication is available in CETIM’s website. The recognition of the right to land, a historic demand by peasant movements throughout the world, is gaining momentum at the international level. This publication takes stock of this major issue of our times, fundamental not only for all peasants but also for the rest of humanity, at…

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On December 17, 2018, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas (UNDROP).

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