Advancing the human right to land, water and food around the world through strategic grantmaking and advocacy.

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Placing the rights of people and communities ahead of corporate interests
Advancing powerful and effective strategies to feed the planet and limit the damages wrought by industrial agriculture
Looking at the impact of the Occupation, settlements and the Separation Wall
Looking back at our work over the past year
All of us at Grassroots International celebrate the courage and life of Berta Cáceres

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Protester holding a sign reading: Democracia (Democracy)
As the Olympic Games come to a close in Rio de Janeiro, non-governmental organizations and unions in the United States are condemning the impeachment process against Brazil’s president. A public...
Efforts to lead Haiti to self-sufficiency face a slew of chronic obstacles, including political gridlock or instability, severe environmental degradation, neglected rural infrastructure, and chronic...
Ricot Jean-Pierre
No social and political changes can be achieved without the men and women who dedicate their lives to the improvement of their communities' living conditions. Ricot Jean-Pierre is one of them. As the...
The USDA is planning to ship 500 metric tons of dry-roasted U.S. peanuts to Haiti to feed schoolchildren this fall. Ask Haitian peanut farmer St. Abel Pierre her opinion, and she’ll tell...
Indigenous peoples, local communities – and likely the earth itself – are breathing a sigh of relief and celebrating a major victory. After years of organizing and a series of major environmental...
With minimal fanfare or notice, Brazil's social movements just stopped a land grab larger than the area of Los Angeles, CA.  The court ruling prevented the eviction of thousands of small-scale...