The meeting took place in Jan Satyagraha, where landless poor people in India have been running a campaign. The women and land movement in Nepal, Indonesian farmers, landless people from Brazil (MST), and many more participated in this gathering, knitting together grass-root actions in order to advocate on land issues at national, regional and international levels.
The meeting was punctuated on the 6th, 7th and 8th of March with a mass action of over 10,000 poor and marginalized people that came to a nearby ground for three days (from many parts of India) to pressure the government on its land reform agenda.
Ekta Parishad and the South-South Solidarity, the organizers of this meeting, have now issued the report of the meeting, including the contribution by Fintan Farrell. Download the publication here on South-South Solidarity website.