Gender

 

There are 48 items related to Gender. Items are listed by date added.

 

Women and Natural Resources in Afghanistan

Women and Natural Resources in Afghanistan

Source: United Nations Environment Programme , 2009

Author(s): United Nations Environment Programme

Countries: Afghanistan

Topics: Climate Change, Gender, Renewable Resources

Added: 03/01/2015

 

Afghanistan is a beautiful country with a rich history. Today it faces enormous challenges. Afghanistan’s terrain is mountainous, dry, and subject to extreme droughts and devastating floods. Decades of conflict coupled with abuse, overexploitation and mismanagement of its natural resources have decimated its forests, degraded its rangelands and wetlands, and greatly...

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Afghanistan: Findings on Education, Environment, Gender, Health, Livelihood and Water and Sanitation

Afghanistan: Findings on Education, Environment, Gender, Health, Livelihood and Water and Sanitation

Source: Chr. Michelsen Institute , 2005

Author(s): Holger Munsch, Daud Saba, Sadiqa Basiri, Merete Taksdal, Sarah Grey, Richard Ellert

Countries: Afghanistan

Topics: Basic Services, Gender, Renewable Resources

Added: 11/12/2014

 

The Chr Michelsen Institute (CMI) (Lead agency), Copenhagen Development Consultants (Copenhagen DC) and the German Association of Development Consultants (AGEG) undertook during 2005 a multi-donor evaluation of the emergency and reconstruction aid that had been provided to Afghanistan between 2001 to early 2005, on behalf of Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United...

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Environmental Conflicts and Women’s Vulnerability in Africa

Environmental Conflicts and Women’s Vulnerability in Africa

Source: African Journal on Conflict Resolution, 2010

Author(s): Edwin C. Perry, Cheryl Potgieter and Urmilla Bob

Topics: Gender

Added: 17/11/2014

 

This article examines environmental conflicts and women’s vulnerability in Africa. Environmental resources are critical to poor women’s productive and reproductive lives in Africa. Environmental resources diversify livelihoods and are key to the survival strategies women adopt. Environmental conflicts are of concern in several parts of Africa and they have gendered...

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Gender and Climate Change-Induced Conflict in Pastoral Communities: Case Study of Turkana in North-western Kenya

Gender and Climate Change-Induced Conflict in Pastoral Communities: Case Study of Turkana in North-western Kenya

Source: African Journal on Conflict Resolution, 2010

Author(s): Nancy A. Omolo

Countries: Kenya

Topics: Climate Change, Gender, Livelihoods

Added: 17/11/2014

 

Clitmate change-induced conflict is a major global threat to human security and the environment. It has been projected that there is going to be an increase in climate changes resulting in increased droughts and floods in northern Kenya. Climate change impacts will be differently distributed among different regions, ages, income...

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El placer: mujeres, coca y guerra en el Bajo Putumayo

El placer: mujeres, coca y guerra en el Bajo Putumayo

El Placer: Women, Coca and War in Bajo Putumayo

Source: Centro de Memoria Histórica, 2012

Author(s): María Clemencia Ramírez, María Luisa Moreno R., Camila Medina A.

Countries: Colombia

Topics: Gender, Renewable Resources

Added: 30/10/2014

 

“En este informe, el Grupo de Memoria Histórica aporta el análisis de diferentes fuentes que permiten brindar respuestas a los siguientes interrogantes: ¿cuáles fueron los repertorios de violencia, control y regulación desplegados por el frente 48 de las farc para establecer su dominio en El Placer? ¿Cuáles por los paramilitares...

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South Sudan Food Security and Land Governance Factsheet

South Sudan Food Security and Land Governance Factsheet

Source: LANDac, Royal Tropical Institute, 2009

Author(s): Martijn ter Heegde, Thea Hilhorst and Nicholas Porchet

Countries: South Sudan, Sudan

Topics: Gender, Land, Renewable Resources

Added: 29/10/2014

 

Food security depends of secure access to land and water (rainfed or irrigated). In South Sudan most farmers rely on customary tenure systems, but which are stretched by violence, insecurity, refugees and IDP resettlement. New legislation has been developed, which recognizes customary systems, but implementation is slow. Large-scale land acquisitions...

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South Sudan Food Security and Land Governance Factsheet

South Sudan Food Security and Land Governance Factsheet

Source: LANDac, Royal Tropical Institute, 2010

Author(s): Martijn ter Heegde, Thea Hilhorst and Nicholas Porchet

Countries: South Sudan, Sudan

Topics: Gender, Governance, Land, Renewable Resources

Added: 26/10/2014

 

Food security depends of secure access to land and water (rainfed or irrigated). In South Sudan most farmers rely on customary tenure systems, but which are stretched by violence, insecurity, refugees and IDP resettlement. New legislation has been developed, which recognizes customary systems, but implementation is slow. Large-scale land acquisitions...

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Youth Livelihoods, Activism and Extractive Industry in Sierra Leone

Youth Livelihoods, Activism and Extractive Industry in Sierra Leone

Source: University of Bath, British Academy, 2013

Author(s): Roy Maconachie

Countries: Sierra Leone

Topics: Extractive Resources, Gender, Livelihoods

Added: 24/09/2014

 

Over the past decade, neoliberal reforms, soaring commodity prices and heightened global resource demands have led to significant growth in extractive industry investment in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). A surge of investment has triggered a variety of responses in mineral-rich communities – from outright rejection, to protest over labour conditions, to...

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Maoist Conflict, Community Forestry and Livelihoods: Pro-poor Innovations in Forest Management in Nepal

Maoist Conflict, Community Forestry and Livelihoods: Pro-poor Innovations in Forest Management in Nepal

Source: Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 2009

Author(s): Nirmal K B.K, Ravi K Shrestha, Sudil G Acharya, Abdul S Ansari

Countries: Nepal

Topics: Gender, Land, Livelihoods, Renewable Resources

Added: 10/09/2014

 

Violent conflicts are quite often perceived as a destructive and negative phenomenon, and there is little understanding of how they also offer opportunities for a positive change in the society. In particular, little is understood about how violent conflicts and development processes interact and create positive changes in local institutions and practices. This article...

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Land Politics and Conflict in Nepal: Realities and Potentials for Agrarian Transformation

Land Politics and Conflict in Nepal: Realities and Potentials for Agrarian Transformation

Source: Community Self Reliance Centre, 2008

Author(s): Ed. Bishnu Raj Upreti PhD., Sagar Raj Sharma PhD., Jagat Basnet

Countries: Nepal

Topics: Dispute Resolution/Mediation, Gender, Governance, Land, Livelihoods, Renewable Resources

Added: 10/09/2014

 

Land has not only been one of the most contentious topics in thepolitical economy of Nepal over the last fifty years, but it has alsobecome a perennial source of conflict and power struggle.Reformative, transformative and advocacy approaches are oftenfollowed in contemporary land debates. Different land policieshave been introduced during this...

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