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ECARP NEWS MAY 2022

EDITORIAL: Collective structures defending basic rights This edition of ECARP News provides glimpses and analysis ofdevelopment and trends in the agrarian sector and the impact orimplications for agrarian labour, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.The stories cover...

Some Highlights From 2022

Efforts to strengthening and expand collective structuresEfforts to mobilise different segments of workers in various sub-sectors, including citrus, livestock, mohair, wool, and dairy, were strengthened in 2022. A package on capitals mapping was piloted with seasonal...

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Bartering 2020

ECARP NEWS MAY 2022

EDITORIAL: Collective structures defending basic rights This edition of ECARP News provides glimpses and analysis ofdevelopment and trends in the agrarian sector and the impact orimplications for agrarian labour, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.The stories cover...

Some Highlights From 2022

Efforts to strengthening and expand collective structuresEfforts to mobilise different segments of workers in various sub-sectors, including citrus, livestock, mohair, wool, and dairy, were strengthened in 2022. A package on capitals mapping was piloted with seasonal...

Stakeholder Engagement, Portfolio Committees on Labour and Employment and Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

The Aftermath

The Aftermath

Following the strikes in the Sunday’s River Valley (SRV), ECARP has been engaging in a process of obtaining new information from farm workers to assess whether there is compliance with the workers’ demands. The following information is what ECARP has collected thus...

ECARP Meeting with Farm Workers & Dwellers in Patensie

ECARP Meeting with Farm Workers & Dwellers in Patensie

ECARP’s work with farm workers and dwellers is expanding into new geographical areas. In 2013 ECARP held capacity building sessions with advice offices from around the Eastern Cape including Patensie. In June 2014 ECARP visited Patensie to do a contextual scan of the...

Phakamani Siyephambili

Phakamani Siyephambili

Phakamani Siyephambili is a non-partisan, non-sexist movement that brings together farm workers, farm dwellers and small-scale farmers in and around the districts of Cacadu and Amathole. We strive for a society in which unity, equality and democratic values thrive....