DEMETER Researchers at the “Seeds of Change” Conference, Canberra, 2-5 April

Alice Beban and Joanna Bourke Martignoni presented their work ‘Social Security in the Extractive State: Gender, Land Inheritance and Agrarian Change in Cambodia’, at the Seeds of Change Conference in Canberra. The paper explores the way in which land scarcity and massive deforestation, driven by government policies promoting Economic Land Concessions along with the in-migration…

Article: Working wives: gender, labour and land commercialization in Ratanakiri, Cambodia

Doctoral candidate and member of the DEMETER research team, Saba Joshi has recently published an article based on her research in Cambodia and entitled ‘Working wives: gender, labour and land commercialization in Ratanakiri, Cambodia’. In Ratanakiri province, home to a large share of Cambodia’s indigenous minorities, land commercialization involving large-scale land transfers and inmigration has…

Conference: DEMETER at the 4th CSHL Conference on Comparative Human Rights Law

The DEMETER Team in Cambodia at the Center for the Study of Humanitarian Law (CSHL) of the Royal University of Law and Economics organized its 4th annual academic conference on 15 December 2018 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The conference is a platform for researchers to present and share their research findings with the students, faculty…