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A month ago, representatives of peasant organisations, labour unions and NGOs met in Port-au-Prince to discuss agroecology as a strategy to achieve food sovereignty. At the end of the three-day forum discussion, the participants adopted a declaration committing themselves to promote and defend the agroecological family-based agriculture and to fight against land grabbing. Colette Lespinasse attended the meeting and shares her impressions.
In a few days, the COP26 will take place in Glasgow. In Haiti, where social injustice and environmental destruction are extreme, the association GAFE, Groupement Francophone pour l’Environnement, has joined forces with the citizens movement Alternatiba. In a particularly difficult context, a dynamic and original movement was born, anchored in civic engagement and a territorial approach to development. The latest initiative of GAFE and the Alternatiba-Haiti Movement concerns a Pact for the Ecological and Social Transition in Haiti.
An assassinated president, a massive earthquake followed by a tropical storm, and thousands of migrants seeking a better life stopped at a border. Armed gangs that control much of the capital. And now number one on the list of countries with the most kidnappings per capita. Haiti is having a hard time. And yet there are people who believe there is a future.
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