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  1. Library Resource
    January, 2012

    As governments, the private sector, multilateral institutions, and international development organisations weigh the options for improving food security around the world, they must consider one of the most promising elements for addressing the needs of the world’s hungry and malnourished: secure land rights. Addressing land rights issues—in particular, women’s land rights—in programmes and policies designed to address food security and nutrition through agriculture can deepen the impact of those interventions and lead to improved development outcomes.

  2. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2011

    El SMFV en el Ejército de Chile, es parte de la Política de participación de mujeres en las Fuerzas Armadas (PPM) y de la persecución de la voluntariedad total en la realización del Servicio Militar Obligatorio. Es un caso de política dirigida para las mujeres, basada en un modelo de igualdad e implementada en un sector tradicionalmente masculino.

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2011

    Analysis of women’s access to land in West Africa shows that they are central to agricultural development as land users, but rarely have the same access as men. They mainly have limited and temporary rights, although situations do vary. Increasing efforts are being made to remedy this through legislative texts and various bodies and NGOs, but it is particularly difficult in a context of social change and when other social categories, including men, may be in precarious land situations. How can we hope to secure women’s rights if those of men are not secure?

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2011
    Uganda, Africa

    Includes introduction; vulnerabilities shared among all women; different categories of women have different vulnerabilities – widows, unmarried girls, divorced women, separated women, cohabiting women, married women; proposed solutions. Argues that rather than working against custom, policymakers and activists should be creative in identifying a range of culturally-appropriate solutions within custom that can successfully strengthen, defend and protect women’s land rights.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    June, 2011

    Focuses on women’s perceptions of land rights in the communal areas of Namaqualand in the Northern Cape. Explores the links between patriarchal social systems and women’s conservative attitudes towards holding land and shows how current policy processes and legislation allow local customs to continue to entrench gender discriminatory practices. Findings indicate that women are disadvantaged by historical norms, values and attitudes, which afford them only secondary rights to land.

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