In Mexico, more than 40 species of Creole corn have evolved. During 5,000 years of domestication, have generated their own and sacred cultural identity, very important for more than 3 million peasants: we say no to transgenic corn!

Film made with boys and girls from the Jat’i Participatory Video Workshop.


Part 2 in special series for World Food Day 2018 in partnership with Land Rights Now mobilization. Find out more here. 

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Recognition to Land, Territories and Resources

Communities need ownership over their ancestral land in order to protect forests. With no formal land title traditional communities often face serious conflict when trying to evict illegal loggers, poachers and land grabbers. Who will believe their claims without precise maps and legal title deeds?

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