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Discussion 4 has come to an end
Occupation of territories by foreign companies : impacts on local populations
Go to the page dedicated to this thematic discussion to consult the experiences, analyses and courses of action exchanged... And continue the discussion on the permanent forum!
The Forum of Struggles for Land and Natural Resources
We, peasant organizations and associations for the defense of the commons, which organize the Forum of Struggles for the Land, have been denouncing for decades the disastrous transformation of agri-food systems and its effects on the inhabitants of cities and the countryside, biodiversity and the climate.
We stand against the destruction of the pillars of our common world, namely peasants and fishing, pastoral and forestry communities and indigenous peoples.
The closing conference of Discussion 3 of the Forum took place on 07 April.
This conference was an opportunity for rich exchanges between farmers from all over the world.
You can continue to participate in this discussion by sharing your experiences of struggles, and by exchanging solutions on the online discussion space.
To watch the closing conference again, go to the dedicated page of theme 3:
We are organising 5 thematic online exchanges of one month each since June 2021 : Women and youth access to land; Landlessness and the Commons; Community governance of land; Agrarian reform; From local struggles to building effective regulations at the supranational level. Two discussions have already taken place. The current theme is effective regulations at the supranational level. For more information on the previous discussions:
Theme 1: "Landlessness and the Commons ":
Theme 2: "Access to land for women and young people ":
The aim of this forum is to contribute to citizen mobilisation and alliances from the cities to the countryside to strengthen struggles through the exchange of experiences.
Public policies and regulations must be changed to stop land grabbing and to base the future on peasant and community uses of natural resources!
WHETHER YOU ARE ALREADY INVOLVED IN A STRUGGLE OR WANT TO START ACTING, JOIN US AND SHARE OUR EXPERIENCES AND PROPOSALS FOR ACTION FOR A LIVING WORLD!