Interview: the Demeter team conducted the household survey in Cambodia

What is the household survey? The survey aims to seek information related to livelihood activities, changes and outcomes resulting in food security and gender equality related issued issues. It also wishes to understand local land transaction dynamics and agricultural commercialization processes. In which Districts was the survey conducted? And why were these Districts selected for…

Research: Empowering women through large-scale land acquisitions?

By Kristina Lanz How does a large-scale land acquisitions (LSLA) for agriculture affect the local food system (production, processing, distribution, consumption)? How are access to land and natural resources and related income-generating activities affected and re-distributed? Who are the winners and losers of large-scale land acquisitions and what strategies do the various local people adopt…

Conference: Demeter present at “The Global Challenge of Human Rights Integration-Towards a Users’ Perspective”

DEMETER researcher Joanna Bourke-Martignoni is presenting at the International Conference on “The Global Challenge of Human Rights Integration: Towards a Users’ Perspective” 9-11 December 2015, in Ghent, Belgium. The presentation is based on a joint research paper produced by two Research for Development (R4D) programmes: DEMETER and Towards Food Sustainability, titled: “Constitutional Protection of the Right…