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Amanda Bradley, Abidah Setyowati, Jeannette Gurung, Donal Yeang, Channa Net, Samnang Khiev and Julien Brewster, ‘Gender and REDD+: An Assessment in the Oddar Meanchey Community Forestry REDD+Site,
Abidah Setyowati, ‘Ensuring that Women Benefit from REDD+’, Unasylva, 239(63) 2012/1: 57-62.
Jeanette Gurung and Abidah Billah Setyowati, ‘Re-envisioning REDD+: Gender, Forest Governance and REDD+ in Asia’, Policy Brief #4, Washington, DC: Rights and Resources Institute, 2012, pp.
Ever since its introduction to the Papua New Guinea Highlands
during the colonial period, coffee has been seen as
‘men’s business’ (see Eves and Titus 2017). This In Brief examines
Coffee is one of the most important cash crops in Papua
New Guinea and is the mainstay of the economies of several
Highlands provinces, with an estimated almost three million
Despite women’s economic empowerment now being considered
an essential component of development programming,
in many parts of the world empowerment has not
This In Brief discusses problems with encouraging entrepreneurialism as a way to solve poverty and reports on what rural women believe will improve their livelihood — specifically co-operatives, as
Bina D’Costa and Katrina Lee-Koo, eds, Gender and Global Politics in the Asia-Pacific, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
Bina D’Costa, ‘ “You Cannot Hold Two Watermelons in One Hand”: Gender Justice and Anti-State Local Security Institutions in Pakistan and Afghanistan’, in Hitoshi Nasu and Kim Rubenstein
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