Gender

Re-envisioning REDD+: Gender, Forest Governance and REDD+ in Asia

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.

IB2017/12 Coffee is Men’s Business (Part 2)

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

IB2017/11 Coffee is Men’s Business (Part 1)

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

DP 2017/3 Leadership Challenges for the Autonomous Bougainville Government

This discussion paper is based on a public speech delivered by the Hon.

IB2017/4 Unequal Work Burdens: Challenges to Women’s Economic Empowerment in Solomon Islands

Despite women’s economic empowerment now being considered an essential component of development programming, in many parts of the world empowerment has not

IB2016/25 Working with What We’ve Got: The Asset-Based Approach

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

Advancing models of parliamentary gender quotas in the Pacific

An academic specialising in women's political representation says the Pacific is still lagging behind other regions in this area.

The Election of Josephine Getsi — Making Political History in Bougainville

In May–June 2015, the third Bougainville election since the establishment of the Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG) was held. The ABG, inaugurated in 2005, is a result of the peace

Gender and Global Politics in the Asia-Pacific

Bina D’Costa and Katrina Lee-Koo, eds, Gender and Global Politics in the Asia-Pacific, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

'You Cannot Hold Two Watermelons in One Hand': Gender Justice and Anti-State Local Security Institutions in Pakistan and Afghanistan

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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