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A new report finds that allegations of mistreatment and abuse made by agricultural workers have not been investigated by the Home Office.
Charities, artists and academics are among those joining climate activist group across the capital this weekend in a wide programme of peaceful protest, workshops and talks.
What has composting got to do with racial justice in farming? It's about inspecting and comprehending before action can be taken, writes Naomi Terry.
Feelings of isolation, microaggressions and a narrative of ‘who farming is for’ are experienced by black farmers and farmers of colour in the UK, new report finds.
Given the dire state of farming in this country, along with the recent explosion of social movements, I wonder about the potential of ‘regenerative’ to mobilise discontent and challenge policies.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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