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The Crop Captain http://www.notiwayuu.com/2020/07/el-capitan-del-cultivo.html?m=1 "And here I am asking Juya - Father of the Rain, to visit these lands soon, because the livelihood and economy of hundreds of families throughout the La Guajira peninsula depend on the rain and much more in this confinement due to the pandemic." Photographic rights of: Belkis Fontalvo Ramírez By Covid 19 Hunger and thirst get worse in Wayuu territory http://www.notiwayuu.com/2020/07/empeoran-hambre-y-sed-en-territorio_23.html "With the closure of all commercial activities by governments

Social Impacts of COVID-19 in Rural South Africa

Posted by Darren Reid on 
September 27, 2020
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Category: South Africa

South Africa’s already extreme inequality, along racialised axes of income, wealth, and opportunity, has been exacerbated by the global pandemic. The vulnerability of many people’s livelihoods, and the food insecurity that is a key marker of that vulnerability, have been brought into sharp relief. As Tessa Dooms of Global Governance Futures observes, South Africa’s five-stage lockdown was delivered in ways suited to “middle-class suburbia.” Measures appropriate in well-resourced communities are neither feasible nor humane in

La Guajira food and climate virtual museum

Posted by Darren Reid on 
September 6, 2020
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A fantastic virtual museum dedicated to food and climate issues in La Guajira has been created by Dejusticia, a Colombia-based research and advocacy organization. The museum displays a series of beautiful artwork which, in their own words, "shows one of our crudest realities: the constant violation of the fundamental rights of the largest indigenous people in Colombia and Venezuela." Visit the museum at https://www.siembrawayuu.com/introduccion and explore the gallery! The virtual tour culminates in Dejustica's five
The following fieldnotes and photographs have been prepared by a research assistant on the Four Stories project. They outline some of the challenges faced by Wayuu communities today. La Guajira, Colombia Notes and Photographs from the Field, January 2020 Prepared by Natalia Giraldo Osario Rancheria (Settlement) St. Martin du Puloy This community is made up of approximately ten families of Wayuu Indigenous people, who go through the seasons there. Families have major problems with access
Many people try to think about where their food is coming from, but advocates for food sovereignty say you should also think about the working conditions of the people who grew or produced it, and what the carbon emissions were to get it to you. Four Stories project director Elizabeth Vibert joined All Points West host Kathryn Marlow to explain, and to give practical tips on how to try and work towards food sovereignty. "Globalization

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