Difficulties of Senegalese peasants

12/07/2016

CETIM is for many years firmly committed to a better protection of the rights of peasants. Ndiakhate Fall, Senegalaise peasant, is in Geneva at the  Human Rights Council. He speaks about the situation of Senegalaise peasants. Because of climate change and land grabbing they face insecurity.

CETIM represents La Vía Campesina, the international peasant movement, at the UN.

Watch Ndiakhate Fall:

Linked to this interview we recommend to read CETIM’s publication “The Right to Land”. Available in English, French and Spanish. It is available for free to social movements and organizations of the Global South. You can order this publication from the CETIM by email at contact@cetim.ch or by phone at +41 (0)22 731 59 63.

You can also downolad or consult it here.

 

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