Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP) is a democratic and militant movement of landless peasants, small farmers, farm workers, rural youth and peasant women. It has effective leadership over a 2 million rural people with 65 provincial chapters and 15 regional chapters nationwide.
The Pakistan Kissan Mazdoor Tehreek joined the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) on January 2011 during the APC 3rd General Assembly in Sri Lanka.
It campaigns for the rights of migrant workers, up to three million of whom are in Malaysia. Tenaganita is a founding member of the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) on March 2003.
PAN Asia and the Pacific is effectively advancing food sovereignty, gender justice and environmental sustainability. We are committed to support the struggles of rural women,
agricultural workers, peasants, indigenous peoples and other small food producers. The PAN AP is an associate member of the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) since 2003.
Roots for Equity started in December 1997. It was registered in March 2000 under under the Society's Act 1860. The organization has worked not only to bring attention but also to fight against oppression faced by communities. The organization has specific focus on the impacts of globalization on small farmers and landless peasants. A major emphasis has been advocating the right to food sovereignty in this regard. Roots fro Equity is an associate member of the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) since 2004.
The All Lanka Peasants Front membership to the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) was officially approved on December 7, 2011 during the APC Coordinating Council Meeting in Kolkata, India.
TNDWM is the only State level movement for the Dalit women of Tamil Nadu. Lead by the district level Dalit women leaders the movement voices for the land and political rights of the Dalit women, since it is the base for the enhancement of their social and economic status. The TNDWM envisions eradicating work and descent based discrimination and manifold forms of caste atrocities. TNDWM believes that the land is the means of economic priority for the landless agricultural Dalit women.
The UMA joined the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) in December 2006 during its 2nd General Assembly in Indonesia.
BKF is working among the different sections of peasants. However, their work among landless farmers is very strong. The organization has already rehabilitated more than 100,000 landless men and women in the occupied land. They called this movement Khasland (fallow) Occupation Movement. The main objective of this movement was to establish the right to land of poor people that is related to the achieving of food sovereignty. In addition, the organization is trying to ensure access to the land for poor in different ways.
The BBS began its journey from Bogra district, a northern district of Bangladesh, in the Rajshahi Division, on 22nd of March, 1982. After a long struggle, BBS continue its effort to protect the rights of the poor landless farmers in Bangladesh. It aims to establish a just society that will ensure equal rights, benefits and access to land and resources for all. It uphold to recognize those who cultivate are the real owners of the land.
The AMIHAN-National Federation of Peasant Women aims to empower peasant women through alternative development policies and strategies.It advocates equal opportunities and justice for all and strongly condemns human rights violations committed particularly againts peasant women.
AGRA is a national peasant organisation formed in 2003 that struggles for genuine agrarian reform. The current member of AGRA is around 250,000 peasant (including small farmers, agricultural workers, and landless peasants).
Profile: Landless Laboureres Movement, Rural Women’s Liberation Movement, Dalit People’s Movement, Irular Movement, Quarry Workers Movement, Brick kiln workers movement, Bullock Cart workers movement, Mathamma movement and Sex workers movement that operate in Vellore, Tiruvallur and Kancheepuram districts have come under the federation of the Alliance of People’s Movement (APM). APM serves as a platform for the unorganized workers of the three districts to voice their concerns before the opt forums. APM organizers education and capacity programs for the people on livelihood and development issues and convenes protest and demonstration to assert the rights of the unorganized workers. Food security and right to livelihood are the key concerns of the federation. Mass campaigns on hazards of pesticides and food security are being organized throughout the three districts by APM. APM strives to achieve land for the landless agricultural women. Over the short span of the federation APM has achieved land for the landless farmers in three villages.
Name of Representative: Venketyan
All Nepal Women's Asssociation (ANWA) is the largest national women's organization in the country. It was founded in 1950. ANWA is the common and independent association of democratic, patriotic and progressive Nepalese women
Pamalakaya (National Federation of Small Fisherfolk Organization in the Philippines) is an alliance of activist fisherfolk groups in the country with over 80,000 individual members and 43 provincial chapters. It is a founding member of the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) in March 2003.
MONLAR’s vision of an alternative sustainable development is based on the concrete experiences of the adverse effects of attempts made to promote a “free market” export oriented growth model. Its analysis and vision is related to the vision of sustainable development emerging globally in response to the present crisis in development.
MONLAR believes that the historical and the present role of women in sustaining livelihoods and their capacity to develop such alternatives should be recognized and strengthened.
The FAD joined the Asian Peasant Coaliton (APC) on December 2006 during its 3rd General Assembly in Bandung, Indonesia.
Website : www.fad.org.mn
All Nepal Peasants' Association (ANFa) is an association of those entire progressive, patriotic, democratic and justice-loving Nepali peasants who are struggling against feudalism, imperialism and neo-liberalism. Its membership comprises of landless, lower and middle class peasantry, all farm and bonded laborers, pastorals as well as indigenous and Dalit farmers, women and youths including peasants working on various farm sectors such as cereal crops, cash crops, fisherfolks, etc. The association provides leaderships to millions of peasants and their independent organizations dedicated for the welfare and dignity of the peasantry in their respective professional organizations
ANPFsa is a founding member of the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) in March 2003 in the Philippines.
Profile: Andhra Pradesh Vyavasaya Vruthidarula Union-APVVU is a trade union federation promoted in the state of Andhra in India with decade long support extended by organisations like SAHANIVASA.
Profile: .The Tamil Nadu Women’s Forum (TNWF) is a state-level formation advocating women’s rights and gender justice. It works against all forms of discrimination not only gender-based discrimination, but also caste-based discrimination, and discrimination against Dalit women. The TNWF, in advocating for the protection and promotion of women’s rights, links up with a wide network of women’s, human rights, tribal, Dalit groups, fisher communities, individuals, environmental justice groups and peoples’ movements.