Publication: Agricultural and Land Commercialisation: Do They Foster Gender Equality and the Right to Food?

This brief summarises a number of findings from the DEMETER project, focusing on the social, cultural, and economic outcomes of commercialisation and on the ways in which these affect the rights to food, land, decent work and social security. Adu Ankrah, Daniel, Anna Antwi, Peter Atupare, Marta Awo, Joanna Bourke Martignoni, Fred Dzanku, Promise Eweh,…

Interview: A feminist lens on land grabbing in Cambodia, with Saba Joshi

In her PhD thesis in International Relations/Political Science Saba Joshi studies the contemporary politics of land grabbing in Cambodia with a tripartite focus on gender, resistance and state formation. Drawing on fieldwork that she conducted between 2015 and 2019, Saba Joshi examines contestation against large-scale land acquisitions, gendered experiences of dispossession and resistance, and how…