Women's rights to land and communal forest tenure: A way forward for research and policy agenda in Latin America | Center for International Forestry Research

Women’s rights to land and communal forest tenure: A way forward for research and policy agenda in Latin America

Women’s rights to land and communal forest tenure: A way forward for research and policy agenda in Latin America

In this synthesis paper, the authors of this Special Section contribute towards a collective research and policy agenda on rural and indigenous women’s forest and land rights in Latin America. Based on the key lessons from the empirical evidence, we map out a way forward for the research agenda and suggest a few key institutional and policy priorities for rural Latin America.

Authors: Bose, P.; Larson, A.M.; Lastarria-Cornhiel, S.; Radel, C.; Schmink, M.; Schmook, B.; Vázquez-García, V.

Topic: women, gender, forests, tenure, agriculture

Geographic: Latin America

Publication Year: 2017

ISSN: 0277-5395

Source: Women's Studies International Forum 65: 53-59

DOI: 10.1016/j.wsif.2017.10.005


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