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

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Strengthening indigenous women’s lives and communities, one garden at a time
Looking back at our work over the past year
Help send emergency support to civil society groups in this time of tremendous need
Looking at the impact of the Occupation, settlements and the Separation Wall
Working around the world to reclaim the right to seeds and to a dignified life
Advancing powerful and effective strategies to feed the planet and limit the damages wrought by industrial agriculture
Placing the rights of people and communities ahead of corporate interests

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Grassroots International welcomes Gisele M. Michel as its Interim Executive Director.
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