In a Latin American country hard hit by COVID-19, an agricultural collective is stepping in to help where government won’t, mounting an astonishing national pandemic response.
Hundreds of squatters were living in a vacant police station in São Paulo when fire broke out on May 1, killing up to four people. The residents were part of Brazil’s nationwide homeless movement.
In Europe’s refugee squats, dignified existence and political resistance go hand in hand.
Recurrent fires in Kenya’s Chyulu Hills have been linked to illegal activities and are often attributed to squatters who live in the hills.