In the context of the Gender Seminar Series, Saba Joshi presented a part of her PhD research on land conflict in Cambodia. Using data collected through semi-structured interviews and field research with several rural communities affected by land conflicts and with Cambodian NGOs, she is studying the emergence of women-led grassroots movements and gendered political identities in Cambodia. In her presentation, she discussed cases drawn from villages in two rural provinces experiencing displacement, loss, and contestation, due to conflicts over land leased to private companies with close ties to the government, or by individuals inside the government.

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