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The #ToxicAlliance & the Food Systems Summit

Late last month, peasant movements, Indigenous peoples and civil society organizations (CSOs) sent two strong messages to those in charge of the UN Food...

Poisoning survivors and advocates demand Syngenta to acknowledge liability of its pesticide Polo

An international webinar on 24 June 2021, entitled Pesticides Poisonings in India: Implications for business accountability and regulatory reform, discussed the quest for justice and accountability of...

Towards Strong Actions to Phase-Out Highly Hazardous Pesticides

The following is the input of Sarojeni Rengam, PAN Asia Pacific executive director, to the Global Major Groups and Stakeholders Forum (GMGSF) prior to...

Free detained farmers and land activists in Cambodia and the Philippines!

Already battered by the impacts of the still raging COVID-19 crisis, rural communities in Asia continue to face relentless attacks on their human rights....

Global solidarity for #FarmersProtest in India gaining steam

The Government of India’s move to undermine the rights of the farmers by passing three new farm laws has sparked a massive farmers’ movement....

[POLICY NOTE] Weaponized response of states to CoVID-19: Militarist trends in South Asia and Southeast Asia

The global spread of CoVID-19 has caused an unprecedented global health crisis, with the number of infections and fatalities exponentially increasing each day. Governments across...

Using hunger to feed an empire: How the agrochemical industry is exploiting the COVID-19 crisis

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the world’s biggest agrochemical corporations already exercise a staggering amount of control over the global food and agricultural system. After...

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