Livelihood and Gender: Equity in Community Resource Management
This book has critiqued natural resource management from a gendered perspective. Almost all of the contributors are concerned with people's changing livelihoods and resource base. They examine the overlapping strands that cut across the issue of engendering community rights in natural resource management. The volume tries to grasp the complexity of the interlinkages between gender and natural resources.
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List of Tables and Figures
Tables and Figures
Livelihoods in Transition Field
the Six Distinct Agroecological Regions
Mainstreaming Gender Concerns in Mangrove
Organising Women through Wasteland
A Note on
lnstitutions Customs and the State
Gender Aspects of Family Property and Land
Reflections on Agency
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