Land, Forests, Water and Territory

The history of humanity is the struggle and defense of Mother Earth. Today we are faced with disrespect and violation of human rights, both collective and territorial.

The construction of democracies is fading to make way for totalitarian and repressive States, while corporations are merging to create Megafusions and control the entire food chain and its production.

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    Land, Forests, Water and Territory

    About the Working Group

    What is the IPC+ Land, Forest, Water and Territory Working Group?

    The Working group is a space for struggle, articulation and convergence of social movements and organizations of indigenous peoples, to defend our territories and promote our rights to territory and land. The members are the member organizations of the IPC, but support organizations also participate. Read More

    Working Group coordination

    Angel Strappazzon – Movimiento Nacional Campesino Indigena – La Via Campesina (Argentina)
    Manigueuigdinapi Jorge Stanley Icaza – International Indian Treaty Council (Panama, Kuna People)

    Working Group facilitation

    Sofia Monsalve Suarez – FIAN International

    Philip Seufert – FIAN International

    What do we do?

    The activities of the WG are manifold. Learn about our lines of action

    History of the Land, Forests, Water and Territory Working Group

    The history of humanity is the struggle and defense of Mother Earth. Today we are faced with disrespect and violation of human rights, both collective and territorial. The construction of democracies is fading to make way for totalitarian and repressive States, while corporations are merging to create Megafusions and control the entire food chain and its production. Read more

    Events and activities

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    Key issues

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