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…

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…