Land Rights for Women Can Help Ease India’s Child Malnutrition Crisis

JANUARY 20, 2012 — Renee Giovarelli, executive director of the Landesa Center for Women’s Land Rights,  writes in the Guardian about the “South Asian Enigma” and the link between women’s status and child malnutrition. | Link to Guardian article

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Tim Hanstad

Depriving women farmers of land rights will set back China

This article was first published by the South China Morning Post on November 3, 2014. China is launching what is perhaps the most ambitious land registration system in history, seeking to document and protect property rights to more than one …
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Jen Duncan

10 ways donors can support African governments on rural land rights

This blog was originally published by Devex.com on November 18 as part of their ongoing Land Matters series. News of soaring demand for land in Africa and the strain this places on rural men and women is not new. Nor is it …
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Jen Duncan and Elisa Scalise

How land rights for women could help fight climate change

This editorial originally appeared in the Global Post on November 18.  Climate change is not gender-neutral. Women in the developing world are often responsible for household food security, agricultural work, and water and fuel harvesting, which are all impacted by …
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