2015
DOI: 10.1590/0102-6445057-085/95
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Estado, movimentos e reforma agrária no Brasil: reflexões a partir do Incra

Abstract: A história das mobilizações por terra no Brasil contemporâ-neo tem sido trabalhada por diversos autores e autoras que tendem a enfatizar primordialmente dois polos: (i) as formas de organização coletiva das populações rurais em movimentos como: Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST), Confederação Nacional dos Trabalhadores na Agricultura (Contag), Ligas Camponesas, entre tantos outros (Carter, 2010;Deere, 2003;Martins, 2000); e (ii) os processos de oportunidades políticas que se abriram em determin… Show more

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“…The development of agroecological production and farmers' markets in this region needs indeed to be contextualized in the general agri-food panorama, which still presents challenges for farmers outside the conventional system -despite the historical improvements that resulted from Brazil's famous policies and grassroots movements in support of small-scale family farmers (Bruno, 2016). Even though discussing the economic, geographical and policy-related constraints faced by this category goes beyond the scope of this paper, it is important to recall that Brazil continues to present major inequalities and conflicts around issues of land ownership and control of natural resources (Oxfam, 2016;Penna & Rosa, 2015), and that the contribution and production capacity of small-scale producers is still systematically called into question (e.g. Moreira, 2000, p. 48).…”
Section: Introduction: Getting To the Marketmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The development of agroecological production and farmers' markets in this region needs indeed to be contextualized in the general agri-food panorama, which still presents challenges for farmers outside the conventional system -despite the historical improvements that resulted from Brazil's famous policies and grassroots movements in support of small-scale family farmers (Bruno, 2016). Even though discussing the economic, geographical and policy-related constraints faced by this category goes beyond the scope of this paper, it is important to recall that Brazil continues to present major inequalities and conflicts around issues of land ownership and control of natural resources (Oxfam, 2016;Penna & Rosa, 2015), and that the contribution and production capacity of small-scale producers is still systematically called into question (e.g. Moreira, 2000, p. 48).…”
Section: Introduction: Getting To the Marketmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Diante das altas taxas de desmatamento no final dos anos 90 e início dos anos 2000, o estudo de Brandão e Souza (2006) analisou 343 assentamentos estabelecidos no período de 1997 a 2002. O resultado revelou que 43% dos assentamentos mapeados tiveram mais de 75% de sua área desmatada.…”
Section: Os Assentamentos Provocam O Desmatamento?unclassified
“…Os estudos ainda divergem sobre a eficiência da moratória da soja para o combate ao desmatamento nos estados na Amazônia. Kastens et al (2017) revelaram que o acordo resultou numa redução taxa de desmatamento no Mato Grosso de 5,7 vezes na taxa anual de desmatamento pós-soja (2007-2014) em comparação com a pré-soja (2001)(2002)(2003)(2004)(2005)(2006). Já Junior e Lima (2018) analisaram o comportamento do desmatamento entre 2009 e 2016 e identificamos 54 municípios mato-grossenses que não estavam em conformidade com a soja, um total de 59.972 ha foi convertido em plantio de soja (representando 12,45% do desmatamento que ocorreu nesses municípios durante esse período ).…”
Section: Moratória Da Sojaunclassified
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