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Integración de las Cuestiones de la Seguridad Alimentaria en la Investigación Agrícola
(Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2003)
The UN World Water Development Report 1: Water for People, Water for Life
(Paris, France: UNESCO and Berghahn Books, 2003)
This report, with respective case studies, can be found on-line in six parts. Part I introduces background on the water crisis providing an historical overview on water policies. This first part ends with some recommendations ...
From Beijing to Kyoto: Gendering the international climate change negotiation process
This is part of a report presented at the 53rd Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs: Advancing Human Security: The Role of Technology and Politics. The report focuses on the need to identify and define stakeholders, ...
Women's Labor and Nature: The 21st Century World-system from a Radical Ecofeminist Perspective
(Wesport, CT: Praeger Publishers, Greenwood Publishing Group, 2003)
The paper starts by identifying the four cultural pillars that legitimize exportation of capitalism; universalism, developmentalism, racism, and sexism. The universal model of scientific thinking (rejecting other ways of ...
Conservation and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biodiversity
(Manila: CIP-UPWARD, 2003)
The appreciation for agricultural biodiversity has grown and matured, resulting in an increasing awareness that its valuation and use could contribute to long-term conservation and use. This sourcebook encourages action ...
Women and water privatization
(Toronto, Ontario: Women's Human Rights net (WHRnet), AWID, 2003)
This electronic article allows the reader to have access to an overview of the issues relating women and water. It explores issues of privatization, raising the question on who benefits. The second part of the article ...
A world of decisions: Case studies: Women, water, and work: The success of the self-employed women's association
(Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 2003)
This particular case study explores the successes of the Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA) an innovative grassroots governance structures. Through their focus on learning, SEWA has achieved state recognition and ...
Empowered women and the men behind them: A study of change within the Hills Leasehold Forestry and Forage Development Project in Nepal
(Rome, Italy: IFAD, 2003)
The political conflicts between Maoist groups and the government increase women's work load as they are left behind alone and without forest programs. This case study examines the incorporation of gender interests into a ...
Gender-disaggregated data for agriculture and rural development: Guide for facilitators
(Rome, Italy: SEAGA and FAO, 2003)
This is a 2003 guide, referred to as, package of facilitation materials, and is intended to equip all those who want to facilitate change in policies, planning designs, and approaches. This guide provides materials for a ...
Socio-economic and gender sensitive indicators in the management of natural resources
(Rome, Italy: Sustainable Development Division (SD), FAO, 2003)
By assessing the present situation of socio-economic and 'gender-sensitive indicators' (GSI), this paper argues that there is not enough 'gender-sensitive monitoring' in the field of natural resources management. Therefore, ...