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Post-praia progress toward tenure security and decentralization: Review of CILSS-member country legislative reforms
While this report was solicited as a commentary on legislation per se, it is written in the spirit of recognizing the fundamental but not exclusive role of legislation in achieving sustainable and equitable resource use. ...
Access to power or genuine empowerment? An analysis of three community forest groups in Nepal
(Bar Harbor, ME: Society for Human Ecology, 2004)
Community forestry in Nepal attempts to create democratic inclusive forums of decentralized self-governance. Local populations, including women and lower castes are invited to participate and to voice their opinion about ...
Gender and agricultural livelihoods: Strengthening governance
(Washington, D.C.: The World Bank Group, 2008)
This is a module in the "Gender in Agriculture Sourcebook" published by the World Bank, UN Food and Agriculture Organization, and International Fund for Agricultural Development. This module examines the necessity for good ...
Gendered elements of the alternative agriculture paradigm
(Rural Sociological Society, 1998)
This article explores the significant perceptions of women within the agricultural movement to develop and practice sustainability. Their purpose was to discover which elements within the alternative agricultural paradigm, ...