Full Citation: Whyte, M. K., “Introduction: Rural Economic Reforms and Chinese Family Patterns,” 130 THE CHINA QUARTERLY 317 (1992).
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Women’s Land Rights
Full citation: ActionAid International, “Women’s Land Rights,” ACTIONAID INTERNATIONAL DISCUSSION PAPER (March 2006).
Zimbabwe’s women farmers on the rise
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On the Edge of the Law: Women’s Property Rights and Dispute Resolution in Kisii, Kenya
Full citation: Henrysson, E. and Joireman, S. (2009). “On the Edge of the Law: Women’s Property Rights and Dispute Resolution in Kisii, Kenya.” Law Society Review 43(1), 39-60. – This study used interviews and focus groups to explore property disputes and perceptions of formal and customary systems of dispute resolution. The initial interviews were structured and conducted with various groups and individuals. In Kenya, government efforts at establishing clearly defined property rights and adjudication mechanisms have run up against alternative processes for the adjudication of disputes. This research demonstrates that customary processes may also carry a monetary cost that puts […]
Climate change has disproportional impact on women
How Can a Focus on the Rights to Land and Related Economic Resources make a Difference for Poor Women in Africa? Seven Concerns
Full citation: Hellum, A., “How Can a Focus on the Rights to Land and Related Economic Resources make a Difference for Poor Women in Africa? Seven Concerns,” (Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, December 2008).
A Case Study on the Settlement of Rural Women affected by Land Requisitioning in China
Full Citation: Peimin, L., “A Case Study on the Settlement of Rural Women affected by Land Requisitioning in China,” 16(50) JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA 133 (2007).