Article: Contesting land grabs, negotiating statehood: the politics of international accountability mechanisms and land disputes in rural Cambodia

Dr Saba Joshi, a member of DEMETER’s Cambodia team has published a new article in Third World Quarterly. The piece focuses on issues of hybrid governance and legal pluralism in order to better understand the potential and limitations of the use of ‘forum shopping’ by rural communities seeking redress in cases of land grabbing. The…

Article: Dépossession foncière, transition agraire et capacité d’adaptation: Devenir des populations autochtones de Ratanakiri (Cambodge)

Gironde, C. and A. Torrico Ramirez. 2019. Dépossession foncière, transition agraire et capacité d’adaptation: Devenir des populations autochtones de Ratanakiri (Cambodge). Revue internationale des études du développement. 238(2): 291-322. DEMETER team members Christophe Gironde and Andres Torrico Ramirez recently published some of the results of their work in Northeastern Cambodia in the Revue internationale des…

Conference: Demeter presents research on violence against women at the 6th French Network for Asian Studies International Conference (FNASIC)

The 6th French Network for Asian Studies International Conference (26-28 June 2017) was organized by the French Network for Asian Studies – FNAS (or GIS Asie in French) – together with Sciences Po, Paris. Fenneke Reysoo, Siny Seng and Joanna Bourke-Martignoni presented their research in a panel entitled “Violence against women in Asia. Analyzing intersected…

Research brief: Gender equality and the right to food in contexts of agricultural commercialization

The first research brief of the Demeter project published by Joanna Bourke-Martignoni is now available ! The brief summarizes key issues connected to agricultural commercialization from a human rights perspectives with a focus on the right to food and gender equality. Speaking to two goals of the Sustainable Development Agenda, it aims to provide policy…