Coal is the world‘s largest source of energy for generating electricity despite the damage it does to local ecosystems, including air quality, soil, and water.
FIAN International supports people’s struggles against human rights violations in numerous ways: from providing support to affected communities on the ground and bringing their voices to policy discussions, to launching international campaigns. Check them out!
The world needs a new global food security strategy, based on the right to food, giving priority to locally produced food from agroecological, small-scale food producers.
A binding United Nations treaty to hold corporations and other business accountable for rights abuses would help to dismantle the current architecture of corporate abuse and impunity affecting people
While plant and breed varieties circulate around the globe in the form of genetic data more freely than ever, in some countries the traditional physical exchange of real seeds is becoming a crime
“Our privatized pension systems in the north are destroying the future of people in other parts of the world.”