Advancing the human right to land, water and food around the world through strategic grantmaking and advocacy.

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Help send emergency support to civil society groups in this time of tremendous need
Advancing powerful and effective strategies to feed the planet and limit the damages wrought by industrial agriculture
Working around the world to reclaim the right to seeds and to a dignified life
Strengthening indigenous women’s lives and communities, one garden at a time
Looking back at our work over the past year
Placing the rights of people and communities ahead of corporate interests
Looking at the impact of the Occupation, settlements and the Separation Wall

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Miriam Miranda’s journey from Honduras for the People’s Climate Justice Summit put her on the podium in front of thousands of people in New York this weekend. A leader of the Black Fraternal...
by Jen BogleHuman rights defenders in Haiti risk their lives to protect the basic rights of Haitian citizens. Exile, intimidation, death threats, and assassinations have become part in parcel with...
Widespread protests and strategic organizing succeeded in defending Mayan lands and food sovereignty in Guatemala. This marks a major – and unprecedented – victory as the congress repealed the “...
The US Food Sovereignty Alliance (USFSA) announced that the Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC) of Palestine, based in Gaza and the West Bank is a co-recipient of the 2014 Food Sovereignty...
Making the connections beween the bombing of Gaza, the ongoing occupation of Palestine, violence faced by black communities in the United States, migrant rights and climate disruption may seem like a...
Although the damaging impacts of hydroelectric development are widely known, the Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy reportedly plans to construct 168 new dams by 2021, including the massive Belo...