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2014 Projects and Partners Guide
For more than three decades, Grassroots International has worked in partnership with social movements and community-based organizations to create a just and sustainable world by advancing the human rights to land, water, and food through global grantmaking, building solidarity across organizations and movements, and advocacy in the US.
That work remains more important now than ever, as more and more people squeeze into the global 99 percent, with their rights, lands and resources under attack by elite corporations and institutions. But that is not the end of the story.
Small farmers, indigenous peoples, women, and those on the losing end of globalization are joining hands to defend their lands and livelihoods, advance an alternative model of “living well” that is both sustainable and shareable, and protect the earth’s precious resources. And Grassroots International is right with them, providing both essential financial support and political solidarity.
In partnership with peoples’ movements around the world, Grassroots International is strengthening hands-on solutions to the major challenges of our day: hunger, climate disruption and social and economic inequality. Together we address the root causes of these challenges and seek to reverse damage to the planet’s eco-systems caused by harmful corporate-driven industrial agriculture, land grabs for financial speculative purposes, and megaprojects such as hydroelectric dams and mining.
The guide below offers examples of this work, including the partners and projects Grassroots International intends to support in 2014.