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In Motion Magazine Index by Region


Memories of Shionoe
(20 Images)
Shionoe, Shikoku, Japan
Bruce Akizuki


Interview with Joshua Sena Alouka
“They should contribute their local knowledge.”
Youth representative from Togo discusses
how to make sustainable development effective.
Johannesburg, South Africa


Global Warming
An Analysis of Problems and Facts
by L. Antonysamy
Dingidul, Tamil Nadu, India


Contours of Ecological Democracy
by L. Antonysamy
Dingidul, Tamil Nadu, India


Kochi Revealed -(A Photo Essay)
Bruce Takeo Akizuki
Kochi, Japan & San Francisco, California


SWATE observes the International Day Against Violence on Women
"Collective action of women for their betterment, both economically and socially
by AREDS
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India
Published in In Motion Magazine February 5, 2011


Interview with Backiam of CEDA Trust
Women Organize in Tamil Nadu Villages
“Only confidence will save them from their slavery”
Dingidul, Tamil Nadu, India


Interview with Rosy Barrios of La Red
Working to Rebuild Ourselves
San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico


Entrevista con Rosy Barrios de La Red
Trabajar Para Reconstruirnos
San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico


"The sins of the fathers"
(affirmative action in South Africa)
James Bean
Edinburgh, Scotland



Interview with Juana Benavides
Sustainable Development in Bolivia
"Not Sustainable If It Doesn't Mean Income For The Families”
The Management of Vicuña
On the road to Sajama National Park
Oruro Department, Bolivia

Entrevista con Juana Benavides
El Desarrollo Sostenible en Bolivia
No Es Sostenible Si Esto No Significa Ingresos Para Las Familias
El Manejo de las Vicuñas
Viajando al Parque Nacional Sajama
Departamento de Oruro, Bolivia

Interview with Ela Bhatt
Founder of the Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA)
A good combination of struggle and constructive work
Create, as a strategy, alternative economic organizations
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India


"
Regarding the U.S. Relationship with Native Hawaiians"
On rejecting the Akaka bill / News and analysis
by Kekuni Blaisdell
Honolulu, Ka Pae'äina (Hawai'i)


"Reconciliation" Hearings Undermine Kanaka Maoli Self-Determination
The need for return of all Kanaka Maoli lands
and other natural resources
by Kekuni Blaisdell
Honolulu, Ka Pae'äina (Hawai'i)


Decolonization: Unfinished Business in the Pacific
Pacific Islands Association of Non-Government Organizations (PIANGO)
discussion paper for the regional seminar
of the United Nations Decolonization Committee
Kekuni Blaisdell
Nadi, Fiji


The Indigenous Rights Movement in the Pacific
1998 marks the centennial of the U.S. colonial expansion
in the Pacific and Caribbean
Kekuni Blaisdell
Honolulu, Ka Pae'aina Hawai'i

NGO Parallel Forum Expresses Pacific peoples' concerns
on climate change, nuclear weapons and self-determination
Kekuni Blaisdell,
Rarotonga, Cook Islands and Honolulu, Hawai'i


Kanaka Maoli Self-Determination and Reinscription of Ka Pae'Aina (Hawai'i)
on the U.N. list of Non-Self-Governing Territories
Kekuni Blaisdell,
Rarotonga, Cook Islands and Honolulu, Hawai'i


Interview with Bertha Blanco of Bartolina Sisa
National Federation of Campesina Women of Bolivia
IPSP Department / For the Sovereignty of the Peoples
Part 1: Defense of the Peoples
Part 2: The History of Our Ancestors /
Time to Take Responsibility for Political Decisions
La Paz, Bolivia

Entrevista de Bertha Blanco de Bartolina Sisa
Federación Nacional de Mujeres Campesinas de Bolivia
Secretaria IPSP -- Por la Soberanía de los Pueblos
Primera Parte: Defensa de los pueblos
Segunda Parte: La historia de nuestros antepasados /
La hora para tomar responsabilidad por decisiones políticas
La Paz, Bolivia


Interview with Cosma Bulu of Tanzania’s MVIWATA
The Role of Local Markets, the Life of Rural Women
"We exchange ideas, we exchange seeds"
Matola, Mozambique



Interview with Ben Burkett
of the National Family Farm Coalition in the U.S.

Civil Rights, Market Cooperatives, Buying Networks
Matola, Mozambique


An interview with Fred Campbell
Grass roots communications from Canada to Appalachia
Part 1 - Communication for Survival
Part 2 - The eloquence of the ordinary human being
near Elkhorn City, Virginia


Drumcree Revisited
"If the rule of law isn't upheld the structures of peace will lose their foundations"
(The Peace Process in Northern Ireland)
Triona Carey
County Cork, Ireland


Who's Happy in Northern Ireland?
"Perhaps the most significant difference is that nobody
is entirely happy with the proposals"
Triona Carey
County Cork, Ireland


These Islands
(avoiding the politically insensitive, but geographically correct)
Triona Carey
County Cork, Ireland



If ifs and ands
The North is on the move, there is no going back.
- The Northern Ireland Peace Process-
Triona Carey
County Cork, Ireland


Negotiating Terms
"We face a dilemma in Ireland"
Triona Carey
County Cork, Ireland


The Worldwide Classroom
Whither education on the superhighway?
Triona Carey
County Cork, Ireland


Religious Persecution in Ireland
Triona Carey
County Cork, Ireland



A Confident Culture - Sharing Its Treasures
Triona Carey
County Cork, Ireland 


Drom Chraoí - Trom Chraoí
Heart of the mound - heavy heart
(Commentary on the "Marching Season" in Northern Ireland)
by Triona Carey,
County Cork, Ireland
 


Pushing The Limits . . . of our credibility.
Commentary on "Push" Technology, Free Speech
and the World Wide Web
by Triona Carey,
County Cork, Ireland  


What Peace?
A Commentary on the Peace Process in Northern Ireland
by Triona Carey,
County Cork, Ireland



The Michael Collins Story
"... until the conflict of partition is overcome the ghosts
of Collins and Dev will never be laid to rest"
Triona Carey
Cork, Ireland


Up and Airborne
Setting up a web site for the arts in rural Ireland
Triona Carey
County Cork, Ireland


Interview with Nora Castañeda
President of the Women’s Development Bank

Making women sovereign and participative:
Becoming the protagonist of their own reality
Caracas, Venezuela


Food Sovereignty
by Bill Christison
Caracas, Venezuela

Published in In Motion Magazine - March 5, 2006


Missouri Farmer Visits Cuba
Bill Christison
Havana, Cuba /
Chillicothe, Missouri


Facing the world today
GMO's: farm policy, patent laws, contamination, trade
Interview with Bill Christison
Auckland, Aotearoa / New Zealand


The Impact of Globalization on Family Farm Agriculture

Bill Christison
Porto Alegre, Brazil


Family Farms and U.S. Trade Policy
U.S. family farm leader speaks to European farmers
Part 1: The Impacts on Family Farms of 20 Years of Corporate Trade Agreements
Part 2: Citizen Opposition to Corporate Domination of U.S. Trade Policy
Bill Christison
Brussels, Belgium / Chillicothe, Missouri, U.S.A


The Sociology of the Internet
-
Human Rights and Online Communities
"A democratisation of publishing"
Deirdre Ní Chuanacháin, MA
Cork, Ireland 


Opposing Genetic Engineering in New Zealand
(and around the world)
by Bill Christison
Auckland, New Zealand / Aotearoa


To Confront the Climate Emergency
We Need to Dismantle the WTO and the Free Trade Regime

"There is no more time for half-measures."
This Analysis Signed by the Organizations From Around the World Listed
Published in In Motion Magazine September 14, 2013

The future is GE Free
Genetically modified organisms are unpredictable, irreversible, unnecessary
Interview with Greenpeace campaigner Annette Cotter
Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand


Interview with Ibrahima Coulibaly of Mali’s CNOP
National Coordination of Peasant Organizations
To Gain Control of the Social Basis of the Economy
Matola, Mozambique

Entretien avec Ibrahima Coulibaly,
de l’organisation malienne CNOP

(Coordination Nationale des Organisations Paysannes)
Prendre le contrôle de la base sociale de l’économie
Matola, Mozambique

Genetic engineering and Maori health
Different ways of managing and understanding knowledge
Interview with Fiona Cram and Glenis Philip-Barbara
Auckland, Aotearoa / New Zealand


El Mito de la Seguridad y Soberanía Alimentaria en Bolivia
Miguel Angel Crespo
Santa Cruz, Bolivia

Publicado en In Motion Magazine 7 de mayo, 2010


Interview with Miguel Angel Crespo of PROBIOMA
A Contribution To Agroecology:
Biological Control, Certified Forest, Local Control
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia


Entrevista con Miguel Angel Crespo de PROBIOMA
Un Aporte a Una Agricultura Ecología
Control Biológico, Bosque Certificado, Administración Local
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia


Agro-fuels
A great environmental and social disaster
by Sara Crespo Suárez
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia



Agrocombustibles
El Gran Desastre Ambiental y Social
por Sara Crespo Suárez
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia



Interview with Eve Crowley
Respecting The Autonomy And Decisions Of The Poor
The Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development Initiative
Johannesburg, South Africa


Interview with Melquiades Cruz
A Zapoteco Community in Sierra Norte
Webs of Flowers
Oaxaca City, Oaxaca, Mexico


Interview with Peter Dowling
of Canada's National Farmers Union

The farm income crisis, supply management, sustainability and more
Part 1 - The Farm Income Crisis
Part 2 - Sustainable farming
Howe Island, Ontario, Canada


Tragic Inequalities
(The Earthquake in Turkey)

Alan Drew
Istanbul, Turkey


La Transición: Continuidad o Ruptura (In Spanish)
Javier Berdegue Elorriaga,
San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico 


"Never again a Mexico without us."
On the Importance of the Permanent National Indigenous Congress -
A Report on an interview with EZLN Sub-Commander "Marcos"
Beto Del Sereno,
San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico



Opus Apocrophal - (In Spanish)
hijo primogenito del Laboratorio de Teatro Danza de Dora Arreola
por Alma Delia Martínez Cobián
Tijuana, México


Creating Art in the Balkans
Eloise de Leon
Belgrade, Serbia -- Skopje, Macedonia --
Tirana, Albania -- San Diego, U.S.A.


SKART - Part 2 of Creating Art in the Balkans
Artists continue their work during the Belgrade protests
Eloise de Leon,
Belgrade, Serbia -- San Diego, U.S.A. 


DAH Theater - Part 3 of Creating Art in the Balkans
Experimental Theater in ex-Yugoslavia
Eloise de Leon,
Belgrade, Serbia



Reflections of an Albanian Theater Artist
Part 4 of Creating Art in the Balkans
by Eloise de Leon
Tirana, Albania -- San Diego, U.S.A.


Cerro Hueco y la lucha por la transición democrática
(In Spanish)
por Javier Berdegue Elorriaga,
San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico 


The Significance of the San Andres Agreements for Civil Society
by Javier Elorriaga,
San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
Part 1 - New Forms of Making Politics
Part 2 - New relationships in the community, in the municipalities, in public policy
Part 3 - Towards the Strengthening of Collective Rights


An Analysis of Evolving Zapatismo,
from the "Join us" of January 1, 1994 to the "Let's construct" of 1996
Javier Eloriaga
San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico


Agenda y Sentido de los Movimientos Antisistemémicos
y
POSDATA
Gustavo Esteva
San Pablo Etla
, Oaxaca, Mexico


Recent Political Events in Oaxaca
Report: October 30, 2006
Notes by Gustavo Esteva
Oaxaca City, Oaxaca, Mexico


Interview with Gustavo Esteva
The Society of the Different
1 The Center of the World
2
We Are People of Corn
3
Regenerating Community
Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico


The Revolution of the New Commons
Gustavo Esteva
Oa
xaca, Oaxaca, Mexico


From Disillusionment and Abandonment to Autonomy:
Zapatista Bilingual Indigenous Education in Chiapas, Mexico
A Case Study in Alternative Meanings of “Development”
by Roberto Flores
Los Angeles, California


From Nuclear Free to Genetic Engineering Free
Soil ecology: the most serious and the least understood
ecological risk from genetically engineered crops
Interview with Jeanette Fitzsimons
Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand


Iraq's New Patent Law:
A Declaration of War Against Farmers

by Focus on the Global South and GRAIN
Bangkok, Thailand & Barcelona, Spain



Interview with Geraldo Fontes of the MST
The Landless Rural Workers' Movement
“Without depending on power or having to take power”
Part 1 -- Building the New Society Now
Part 2 -- Agrarian Reform / Agribusiness
São Paulo, Brazil



20th Celebration: A Sober Reminder That Zapatismo
Is A Large Thorn In The Side Of Global And Local Capital
by Roberto Flores
Oventic, Chiapas, Mexico and Los Angeles, California
Published in In Motion Magazine April 16, 2014

Interview with Ela Gandhi
The Gandhian view on sustainable development
Johannesburg, South Africa


Interview with Tom Goldtooth
of the Indigenous Environmental Network
“First and foremost is our right to exist and to make our own decisions ...”
Johannesburg, South Africa


Special Economic Zones
Lessons from China
by Bhaskar Goswami
Gurgaon, Haryana, India


The International Food System and the Climate Crisis
by GRAIN
Barcelona, Spain

Published in In Motion Magazine November 4, 2009


The Soils of War
The real agenda behind agricultural reconstruction in Afghanistan and Iraq
by GRAIN
Barcelona, Spain

Published in In Motion Magazine March 23, 2009


Seized:
The 2008 Landgrab for Food and Financial Security

by GRAIN
Barcelona, Spain

Published in In Motion Magazine November 5, 2008


Making A Killing From Hunger
We Need To Overturn Food Policy, Now!
by GRAIN
Barcelona, Spain
Published in In Motion Magazine May 9, 2008


Interview with Oded Grajew
Initiator and Secretariat Member of the World Social Forum
Founder of the Ethos Institute for Business and Social Responsibility
“Another World is Possible”
Social responsibility: rules for being on the market
São Paulo, Brazil


Interview with Piedad Guallpa of FAMAS
Agroecological Front of Women Artesans of Shagalpud
Medicinal Ointments: the Knowledge of the Ancestral People
Shagalpud, Cañar Province, Ecuador


Police Open Fire on 1,000 Peasants
in Tanah Awuk Village
Dispute Over Land Slated For Airport Construction
by Shalmali Guttal, Peter Rosset,
Kingkorn Narintarakul Na Ayuthaya, Mary Ann Manahan
Lombok, Indonesia


Interview with Richard Haigh of The Valley Trust
Sustainable development -- "Participatory development”
KwaDedangendlale, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa


Zambia's Tonga People Reveal
their Environmental Testimonies

by Singy Hanyona
Lusaka, Zambia


Self-Development:
Creating Hope in El Salvador
by Jonathan Heller and Sarah McFarlane
El Platenar, El Salvador & Seattle, Washington


GE is another way of being unsustainable in the biological sense
The market wants an un-modified product
Interview with farmer Ian Henderson
Amberly, Aotearoa / New Zealand


Interview with Eufronio Herrera
Presidente del Consejo de Municipio San Pedro
Ending Dependence On Intermediaries
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia


Entrevista con Eufronio Herrera
Presidente del Consejo de Municipio San Pedro
Terminando la Dependencía de los Intermediarios
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia


Venezuela Ecosocialista: un debate pendiente
Prólogo del libro por Miguel Angel Nuñez
por William E. Izarra
Caracas, Venezuela


 
"Undisturbed and exclusive possession
of the land, estates and forests"

The strength in it
Interview with Maori community leader Sydney Jackson
Auckland, Aotearoa / New Zealand


Egypt: Uprising And Analysis
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes
Cairo, Egypt and Savannah, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine February 6, 2011


Manuel Zapata Olivella –
South America's Voice of African Consciousness
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes
Photo by Magdalena Agüero
Bogotá, Colombia


Interview with Fred Kalibwani of PELUM
Community rights policy and small-scale farming in eastern and southern Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa


Interview with S. Kannaiyan
of India’s Tamizhaga Vivasayigal Sangam
Democratic Decentralization of the Means of Production
Matola, Mozambique

WTO: The New Threats
to Developing Countries and Sustainability
by Martin Khor
Penang, Malaysia


Agrofuels and Food Sovereignty
by John Kinsman
Oaxaca CIty, Mexico


Egypt: Uprising And Analysis
Two Years Later. February 2013

Interview with Dr. Ann Lesch
by Ja A. Jahannes
Cairo, Egypt and Savannah, Georgia


Thin Veil of Beauty Shrouds Reality in Rio de Janeiro
by Sam Logan
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Over Four Thousand Small Arms Destroyed
on Eve of UN Conference
by Sam Logan
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



Black as I Want to Be - Notes from My Journal
Poem: Mobee Family Slave Relics House
Alice Lovelace
Badagry, Nigeria


Interview with Diogenes Lucio of FENOCIN
The National Confederation of Peasant, Indigenous, and Black Organizations
Agroecology and the Andean Cosmovision
Quito, Ecuador
Published in In Motion Magazine, April 10, 2009

Entrevista de Diógenes Lucio de FENOCIN
Confederación Nacional de Organizaciones Campesinas, Indígenas y Negras
La agroecología y la cosmovisión andina
Quito, Ecuador
Publicado en In Motion Magazine, 10 de abril, 2009


Interview with Dr. Luis Macas of CONAIE
The Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador
“What we are proclaiming is the self-determination of the peoples”
Quito, Ecuador
Published in In Motion Magazine June 6, 2008

Entrevista con el Dr. Luis Macas de CONAIE
La Confederación de Nacionalidades Indígenas del Ecuador
“Lo que estamos planteando es la autodeterminación de los pueblos”
Quito, Ecuador
Publicado en In Motion Magazine June 6, 2008

Interview with Severine Macedo
Youth Representative of FETRAF-SUL

Independent Alternatives for Rural Youth
Chapecó, Santa Catarina, Brazil


Interview with Sindiswa Mahuza
Unemployed women create vegetable gardens
in Khayelitsha
"By having land people will create jobs for themselves"
Johannesburg, South Africa


The Fourth World War
by Subcomandante Marcos
Translated by irlandesa
La Realidad, Chiapas, Mexico


La cuarta guerra mundial
por el subcomandante Marcos
La Realidad, Chiapas, Mexico


La "H" Tiene La Palabra
(y, como muda, la cede a la huelga)
Subcommander Marcos
Chiapas, Mexico



To Mumia Abu Jamal from Marcos of the EZLN
A letter from Subcommander Marcos
Para Mumia Abu Jamal de Marcos of the EZLN
(In Spanish)

Chiapas, Mexico


Mexico, 1998 / Above and below: masks and silence
Communique from Subcommander Marcos
Chiapas, Mexico
(Translated from the Spanish by Irlandesa for Nuevo Amanecer Press)

Part I. Mexico, the middle of 1998...
Part II. Masks and the silence from above
Part III. The Mexican Federal Army: Between Angeles and Huertas
Part IV. The masks and the silences of those from below
Part V. The seven victims of the new government strategy in Chiapas
(An interruption) Stories of the Little Horse of the Sea
Part VII. The sevent
h mask and the seventh silence


Las Mujeres Queremos Cambiar el Mundo
Queremos uno en el que todas cabemos completas y creadoras
por Sylvia Marcos
San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico


Beduinas: ¿Indigenas del Desierto del Negev?
por Sylvia Marcos
Desierto del Negev, Israel


Back From Iraq:
"I Killed Innocent People For Our Government"
Interview with Marine Sergeant Jimmy Massey
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California



The Zapatista Horizon
Luis Hernández Navarro
Mexico City, Mexico

El horizonte zapatista
Luis Hernández Navarro
Ciudad de México, Mexico


Interview with Diamantino Nhampossa
of the União Nacional de Camponeses /
National Peasants' Union

Organizing Food Sovereignty in Mozambique
Matola, Mozambique


Interview with Paul Nicholson
Member of the Basque Country’s EHNE
Food Sovereignty and a New Way of Internal Democracy
Matola, Mozambique
Published in In Motion Magazine February 24, 2009


El ecosocialismo: retos, rutas y reflexiones
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Barinas, Venezuela
Publicado en In Motion Magazine 22 de julio, 2013

Chavez y Su Nueva Postura Frente a lo Nuclear
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Ciudad Guanare, Estado Portuguesa, Venezuela
Publicado en In Motion Magazine 23 de marzo, 2011


Por Las Nuevas Promesas de Chavez y Nuestra Revolución
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Merida, Venezuela
Publicado en In Motion Magazine 27 de febrero, 2011


Las lluvias y los pasivos ambientales de Agroisleña
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Merida, Venezuela

Publicado en In Motion Magazine 1 de febrero, 2011


Las Protestas de Chavez
Golpes de golpes continuan
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Merida, Venezuela

Published in In Motion Magazine 10 de febrero, 2010



Debate Pendiente En La Soberania Agroalimentaria
Los Sistemas Sociales Emergentes En La Agricultura
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Merida, Venezuela
Publicado en In Motion Magazine 24 de agosto, 2008


La Virgen de la Papa de Mucuchies
Agroecologia: En Venezuela Gana Aliados
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Merida, Venezuela
Publicado en In Motion Magazine 21 de agosto, 2008


Interview with Mandla Mentoor
The Soweto Mountain of Hope:
Making People Free
Soweto, South Africa


La Propuesta de Merida
Por El Tratado Comercio De Los Pueblos
Merida, Venezuela


Doctor, about that medicine I saw advertised…
by Barbara Mintzes
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


Missouri farmers travel to Quebec City for fair farm and trade polircies
Missouri Rural Crisis Center
Quebec City, Canada


Justus Lavi Mwololo
speaks about Kenya’s agriculture
“Farmers, we have to put forward our agenda.”
"Johannesburg, South Africa


The Militarization of Politics
by Luis Hernández Navarro
Mexico City, Mexico
Published in In Motion Magazine March 30, 2009

La militarización de la política
Luis Hernández Navarro
Ciudad de México, México

Reflexiones Sobre La Enfermedad de Nuestro Presidente Chavez
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Caracas, Venezuela
Publicado en In Motion Magazine 13 de julio, 2011

Agroisleña Expropriación Ambiental?
Excelente Impulso a la Agroecologia
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Merida, Venezuela
Publicado en In Motion Magazine 17 de octubre, 2010

Interview with Miguel Angel Nuñez
The Science of Sustainable Agriculture Is Agroecology
Mérida, Venezuela


Los Grandes Retos de Los Socialismos: La Agroecología!
¿Sucumbirán Ante Las Transnacionales?
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Merida, Venezuela
Publicado en In Motion Magazine 10 de mayo, 2009


La Agroecología en el Día de la Tierra
22 de abril 2008
Hacia Una Nueva Soberania Agroalimentaria
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Mérida, Venezuela


Algunas Ideas para el debate
sobre el Desarrollo Rural Sustentable y la Extensión desde la Agroecologia

por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Merida, Venezuela
Publicado en In Motion Magazine 5 de abril, 2008


El Susto de Cristina K
La influencia de la Soberanía Agroalimentaria?
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Merida, Venezuela


Baduel y la Crisis de Gobernabilidad del Viejo Sistema
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Merida, Venezuela


Documento Base Para La Formacion Agroecologica En La Educacion Superior Latinoamericana Desde La Realidad Venezolana
Un Llamado Al Estudiantado Agricola
by Miguel Angel Núñez
Mérida, Venezuela
Published in In Motion Magazine October 5, 2007

La Reforma Constitucional Venezolana y la Agroecología
Mensaje para la Dra. Cilia Flórez Presidenta de la Asamblea Nacional
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Merida, Venezuela
Published in In Motion Magazine August 23, 2007

La Soya:
PDVSA-Agrícola y Los Empresarios del Sur

Nueva oferta para el Presidente Chavez
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Merida, Venezuela
Published in In Motion Magazine August 23, 2007

Agradecimientos, preocupaciones y sugerencias a la Iniciativa de TCP ALBA
-- Proyecto Soya Bolivia
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Published in In Motion Magazine August 23, 2007

Nuevas Premisas En La Soberanía Agroalimentaria
por Miguel Angel Núñez
Merida, Venezuela


Por Un Pacto Social De La Tierra: Hacia La Etica De La Sustentabilidad
XXX Aniversario del Ministerio del Poder Popular para el Ambiente y Recursos Naturales
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


La Agroecologia y La Democracia Participativa
En La Municipalización Del Plan De Siembra 2007
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Caracas, Venezuela


How Far Is The Venezuelan Revolution Advancing?
59 Points
by Miguel Angel Núñez
Washington, D.C.


La Agroecología y la Salud Agrícola Integral
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Caracas, Venezuela


¿Venezuela: Paradigma En Toda America Latina?
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Caracas, Venezuela


A Propósito Del Encuentro En Tiwanaku
El Alba Campesina Latinoamericana
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Caracas, Venezuela

La Relegitimación y el Salto Adelante Agrícola Qué?
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Caracas, Venezuela

Las Tecnologías Populares y el Desarrollo Endógeno
Hacia el IV Congreso de Tecnologías Populares
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Caracas, Venezuela

Chavez: Agroecologos Visitan a Venezuela
La Soberanía Alimentaria y Su Base Agroecológica
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


Avanza La Agroecologia En Venezuela
Venezuela recibirá al Dr. Miguel A. Altieri y a su Sra. Esposa la Dra. Clara Nicholls
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


El Poder y Los Consejos Comunales Rurales
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


Venezuela en La Misión Ciencia Agricola
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


Reflexiones Sobre La Agricultura Social Siglo Xxi:
Caso Venezuela
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


La Huella Ecológica y Los Movimientos Sociales
Sobre El Debate Hacia El Socialismo Del Siglo Xxi
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


Los Caficultores Le Hablan a Venezuela
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


La Piel de La Tierra
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


Bases Cientificas de La Agricultura Tropical Sustentable
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


La Agricultura Social Del Siglo XXI: El Modelo Del Plan Café
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


¿Chavez En Busqueda Del Nuevo Socialismo Para El Tropico?
(In Spanish)
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Barinas, Venezuela


Chavez, Los Tapes y Las Semillas
(In Spanish)
por Miguel Angel Nuñez
Porto Alegre, Brasil / Caracas, Venezuela


Interview with Miguel Angel Nuñez
Farmers are Demanding Agroecology:
Making Democracy Participative
Barinas and Caracas, Venezuela


My trip to Quebec City (A Tale of Two Summits)
Report from Quebec City People's Summit of the Americas
Bryce Oates
Quebec City, Canada


Nature and Us - Who could own this blue planet Earth?
- A Play -
Masako Ogawa
Joetsu City, Japan


Food Sovereignty:
A Glimpse of the Peasant and Small Farmer Association Movement in Mozambique
by Nic Paget-Clarke
In Niassa and Maputo Provinces, Mozambique

(cross-referenced from Global Eyes section)

Published in In Motion Magazine December 16, 2008


Self-Employed Vegetable Sellers
(
8 Photographs)
by Nic Paget-Clarke
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India


Interviews with Father Pantin and Sister Ruth
of SERVOL
Taking Back Education
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago


An interview with Beijing Opera artists
Pan Yong Ling, Li Jin Ping, Li Hong Mei, and Wang Hong
Part 1 - "Arts are unlimited. You never stop learning."
Part 2 - If you don’t know the tradition --
how can you do something new?
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke
San Francisco, California


People Power in Argentina: “Que se vayan todos!”
"El zapatismo es una metáfora sobre lo que es posible hacer"-- Colectivo Situaciones
By Sirena Pellarolo
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico


Interview with Bernardo Peredo
Indigenous Communities, Biodiversity, Natural Resources,
and Sustainable Development in Bolivia

La Paz, Bolivia


Interview with Logan Perkins
of the organization Food For Maine’s Future
Local Economies and a Just Food System
Matola, Mozambique


Interview with Julio dos Santos Pessego
of UNAC and UCASN
An Understanding of Associations
Lichinga, Niassa, Mozambique


Interview with Elfrieda Pschorn-Strauss
of Biowatch South Africa
GE crops, trade liberalization
and food sovereignty in southern Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa


Interview with Pedro Reyes Millan
From Guerrilla Commander to Taparo Sculptor: Art and production models which transfer knowledge
"Learning means dignity"
Barinas, Venezuela


Interview with Kalissa Regier
of the National Farmers Union, Canada
Control Over the Farm
Matola, Mozambique
Published in In Motion Magazine January 12, 2009


Interview with Silvia Rodriguez
Costa Rica's Biodiversity Law
Intellectual community rights are preeminent to intellectual property rights
Johannesburg, South Africa


Interview with Peter Rosset
of CECCAM and Land Research Action Network
Agrarian Reform, Land Reform, Food Sovereignty
San Felipe, Yaracuy, Venezuela


Social Psychology:
A Glimpse of Social Conformity Through the Ages
by Hossna Sadat, MA
London, England, U.K.


Quarry Workers’ Struggle for their Livelihood Right
United Struggle, the Fulcrum for Sustaining Empowerment
by L.A. Samy and AREDS Documentation Team
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India


Codes of Conduct and Supplier Response in the IKEA Value Chain
The Case of Handloom Home Furnishing Suppliers
in Karur, south India

by L.A. Samy
Karur, Tamil Nadu, India
and M. Vijayabaskar
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India


On Tsunami Relief and Rehabilitation Work:
Weakening Civil Society
by L.A. Samy
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India



Flood Relief and Rehabilitation in Karur District, Tamil Nadu, India
by L.A. Samy
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India



Tsunami: NGOs and Civil Society
(A Different Model of Aid)
by L.A. Samy
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India


Cynical Exploitation of Tsunami Victims
Privatization, Commercialization, and Protests
On the S.E. India Coast
by L.A. Samy
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India


Tsunami Tragedy in Tamil Nadu:
An Appeal For Help To Rehabilitate 2000 Families

An in-depth analysis of the devastation by the Tsunami and the re-building efforts of Tamil Nadu organizations of Dalits, farmers, women, workers, and NGOs
by L.A. Samy
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India



Adivasi Community in South India:
Historically Marginalised and Forgotten
by L.A. Samy
Bangalore, Karnataka, India


Interview with L. A. Samy and Christina Samy
of AREDS and SWATE
(Association of Rural Education and Development Service)
(Society of Women in Action for Total Empowerment)
The poor have to be united / You create alternatives
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India


Interview with Raymundo Sánchez Barraza
A University Without Shoes
An Indigenous Intercultural System of Informal Education
San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico


Entrevista con Raymundo Sánchez Barraza
Una Universidad Sin Zapatos
Sistema Indígena Intercultural de Educación no Formal
San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico


Interview with Henry Saragih
General Coordinator of La Via Campesina and Chairman of the Indonesian Peasant Union
Not Wait for the Changing of Our Society Through the Government
Matola, Mozambique


A Vision of Food Sovereignty for Venezuela
Christina Schiavoni
Pele el Ojo Cooperative, Yaracuy,
and Caracas, Venezuela


Million Plus Remain Homeless and Displaced in Haiti:
One Year After Quake
by Bill Quigley and Jeena Shah
New Orleans, Louisiana and Port au Prince, Haiti


Interview with Devinder Sharma:
You Have to Decide: the Tree or the GDP?
The "Green Chomsky" doesn't spare words
alerting about the hidden hunger crisis.

Interview by Eduardo Aguiar de Almeida
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Published in In Motion Magazine October 24, 2010


India: Make Hunger History
By Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India
Published in In Motion Magazine July 14, 2009


In India, the question to be asked:
“Where Will the Money Come From?”
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India


Nineteen Blind Men and a Woman,
and the Economy”

by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India


Global Priority:
Feeding Markets, Starving Hungry

by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India


Displacing Farmers
India Will Have 400 Million Agricultural Refugees
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India


The New Maharajas of India
by Devinder Sharma and Bhaskar Goswami
New Delhi, India


Globalisation after 9/11
‘Free Trade’ Explosion
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



WTO: Doha Destructive Round
Time to Pull Down Shutters
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



Indian Villages for Sale
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



WTO Hong Kong Ministerial
Much Ado About Nothing
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



The Business of Hunger
ICT and Millennium Development Goals

by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



Tsunami, Mangroves and Market Economy
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



Suicides on the Farm:
Green Revolution is Turning Red
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



Hungry for Trade: Statue of Liberty is Crying
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



Agricultural research CGIAR turns to outsourcing
(Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research)
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



Interview with Devinder Sharma
The politics of food and agriculture
Part 1
From British Colonialism to WTO Rules and Privatization
Part 2
– From Secured-Cash Crops to Village Republics
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke
New Delhi, India


For Rice is now Oryza Syngenta!
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



1. Ever heard of Hood Robin?
2. Agriculture Towards a Grey Revolution
3. Stop the Rot
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India


Bill Gates' Rescue Package: Flogging a Dead Horse
by Devinder Sharma

New Delhi, India



Cancun Fiasco
WTO: End of the Road?
by Devinder Sharma
New Delhi, India



Interview with Vandana Shiva (2003)
The Role of Patents in the Rise of Globalization
“The recovery of economic democracy
is at the heart of recovery of democracy itself.”
New Delhi, India


Interview with Vandana Shiva (2002)
Discussing “Water Wars”
Resurrection of commons, community rights,
and direct and basic democracy
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke
Johannesburg, South Africa


"GANGA" is not for sale
Suez - Degrémont and the Privatization of Ganga Water
by Vandana Shiva, Afsar H. Jafri, Kunwar Jalees
New Delhi, India


A guarantee of safe food
Organizing organic dairy farmers
Interview with Russell Simmons
Waikato, Aotearoa / New Zealand


The Wai 262 Claim by Six Maori Tribes
Flora and fauna and cultural and intellectual heritage rights
Interview with Maui Solomon
Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand


Intellectual Property Rights and Indigenous Peoples Rights and Obligations
by Maui Solomon
Nairobi, Kenya -- Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand


Assessing the Risks of Genetic Engineering
Super weeds, non-target impacts, horizontal gene transfer
Interview with plant geneticist Doreen Stabinsky
Auckland, Aotearoa / New Zealand


The Trial of Agustin Aguayo
Eyewitness Account
El Juicio de Agustin Aguayo
by Fernando Suarez del Solar
Würzburg, Germany


Lao Zhoushan
(Old Zhoushan)
six poems & six photographs
by Leon Sun
Zhoushan, China and San Francisco, U.S.A.


Two Days and A Lifetime in Shanghai -
Personal Recollections and a Photo Essay
(and Notes on Hong Kong rejoining China)
Leon Sun
Shanghai, China & San Francisco, California


Grassroots Organizing in Tamil Nadu
Confluence
by AREDS
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India
Published in In Motion Magazine February 24, 2009


Interview with Victoria Tauli-Corpuz
of Tebtebba Foundation
an indigenous people’s policy research center
“Democracy in relation to how food is distributed"
Johannesburg, South Africa


Interview with Dr. Tewolde B. G. Egziabher
(Environmental Protection Authority of Ethiopia/
and the Institute for Sustainable Development)
On farmer empowerment, genetic engineering and global systems
Johannesburg, South Africa


Interview with Henri Tiphagne of People's Watch -Tamil Nadu
Human Rights Organizations: Protective and Promotive
Monitoring the state -- Educating in the schools
Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India


Interview with Altemir Tortelli
General Coordinator of FETRAF-SUL

"When Cooperative Structures Are The Instrument" and Autonomy
Chapecó, Santa Catarina, Brazil


La Via Campesina:
Peasant-led Agrarian Reform and Food Sovereignty

by Faustino Torrez
Managua, Nicaragua

Interview with Faustino Torrez of Nicaragua’s Association of Rural Workers
Part 1: The People and Their Land
Managua, Nicaragua

Entrevista de Faustino Torrez de
la Asociación de Trabajadores del Campo

Primera Parte: La Gente y Su Tierra
Managua, Nicaragua

Zapatistas in Mexico City to promote the Indigenous Bill of Rights
A Photo Essay
by Danny Turner-Lloveras
Mexico City, Mexico

Cuba's Cure
Why is Cuba exporting its health care miracle to the world's poor?
by Sarah van Gelder
Havana, Cuba

Statement Concerning the Peoples' Demonstration on 1st and 2nd September 2010
No to Violence! No to Repression! Yes to Food Sovereignty!
by UNAC, the National Union of Peasant Farmers
Maputo, Mozambique
Published in In Motion Magazine September 29, 2010

Surin Declaration:
First Global Encounter on Agroecology and Peasant Seeds
Surin, Thailand
Published in In Motion Magazine November 16, 2012

The Jakarta Call
"We are building new relationships between human beings and nature based on solidarity, cooperation and complementarity."
by La Vía Campesina
Jakarta, Indonesia
Published in In Motion Magazine July 23, 2013

Convention on Biological Diversity:
Farmers Demand an End to the Commercialization of Biodiveristy, GM Seeds and Synthetic Biology
by La Vía Campesina

Hyderabad, India
Published in In Motion Magazine November 3, 2012

Durban Declaration
Assembly of the Oppressed
(At the U.N. Conference on Climate Change)
by La Vía Campesina
Durban, South Africa
Published in In Motion Magazine December 10, 2011

Farmers Mobilise to Find Solutions Against Land Grabbings
by La Vía Campesina
Sélingué, Mali
Published in In Motion Magazine November 19, 2011

Shashe Declaration
1st Encounter of Agroecology Trainers in Africa Region 1 of
La Vía Campesina

(12-20 June 2011)
Masvingo District, Zimbabwe
Published in In Motion Magazine July 14, 2011

Vía Campesina Declaration
No Agreement Is Better Than A Bad Agreement:
The People Hold Thousands Of Solutions In Their Hands
by the Via Campesina Delegation
Cancún, Mexico
Published in In Motion Magazine December 12, 2010

The International Caravan of La Vía Campesina Advances for Cancún
by the Communication Team of CLOC/La Via Campesina
Mexico City, Mexico
Published in In Motion Magazine December 5, 2010

Haitian Peasants March Against Monsanto Company for Food and Seed Sovereignty
by La Vía Campesina
Hinche, Haiti
Published in In Motion Magazine June 29, 2010

Declaration of the Organisations
of La Via Campesina of Central America

On activities regarding the situation in Honduras
July 1, 2009
Published in In Motion Magazine July 2, 2009


Interview with Jayshree Vyas
Managing Director of SEWA Bank
To come out of this vicious cycle of poverty
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

Final Declaration of the Social Movements Assembly
World Social Forum 2011 (February 10)
Dakar, Senegal
Published in In Motion Magazine February 27, 2011


Interview with Yin Shao Loong
of theThird World Network
Democracy at the International Level
Johannesburg, South Africa


Interview with Yoon, Geum-Soon
of the Korean Women Peasants Association
Women’s Rights Are A Precondition to Food Sovereignty
Matola, Mozambique


Interview with

Xochimilco Zapatista and Puente a la Esperanza:
Aide, Angelica and Victor
Where Dreams Can Be Created, Constructed
Mexico City
, Mexico


Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle
Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN)
Translated by irlandesa
From the mountains of the Mexican Southeast


The Schools From Below
"A non-institutional education, where the
community is the educating subject"

by Raúl Zibechi
Caracol Morelia, Chiapas, Mexico
Translated by Joe Parker and Vilma Villela
Published in In Motion Magazine September 15, 2013


Interview with Raúl Zibechi
Uruguayan journalist, writer and activist speaks about social movements in Latin America
Interview by GRAIN
Barcelona, Spain
Published in In Motion Magazine January 16, 2011


Icon art for all regions
by Leon Sun.



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