We in APMDD stand in solidarity with the tens of thousands of farmers in India who have been mobilizing for many days now in one of the most massive and dramatic sustained protest actions in Asia in recent years, to fight against elite interests and corporate greed and Modi’s New Agricultural Laws.
We call on the Indian Government:
Repeal the 3 new farm laws. Ensure fair price for farmers' produce. End violence against farmers.
We at APMDD stand in solidarity with the call of farmers and our member-movements in India who have been mobilizing for many days in protest against the central government's three new farm laws.
We, in the Asian Peoples' Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD), are writing to express alarm and grave concern over reports from our members of rampant violations of human rights in Bastar (Chattisgarh).
Traditional fishworkers in Kollam, under the banner of the Kerala Swathantra Matsya Thozhilali Federation, staged a dharna in front of the Matsyafed office at Shakthikulangara here on Tuesday morning to press for their demands pertaining to the kerosene issue.
We, peoples' movements, mass organisations, struggle groups, trade unions,community organisations and many others from India and abroad, call for a protest against the 46th Annual Board of Governors' Meeting (AGM) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Greater Noida, Delhi during May 2-5, 2013. The AGM will make decisions on key development issues for the Asia-Pacific region, that will affect all of us now and in the future.