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Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Dr create a new list with a new name; kuczyneki some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. In practice, jurgfn most national legal codes have explicitly incorporated legal provisions acknowledging gender equality in relation to access and ownership of land and other productive resources, it has been noted that women’s rights to own resources on equal conditions to those of men are repeatedly disregarded or overlooked.

Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Gender, together with juczynski social and economic factors, determines the individual’s and group’s access to and control over resources.

Especially in agriculture-based economies, where a large part of the population depends on farming-related activities, land is not only a fundamental asset and a main source of food production and food security, but for many rural communities worldwide it also constitutes a secure place to live and a base for social and cultural identity and belonging.

Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Ediciones Quinto Sol, The incomplete cadastral information available and empirical evidence on land ownership reveal that the number of women registered as agricultural landowners in most countries is extremely low, in both developed and developing countries. Social scientists, anthropologists, and especially feminist researchers interested in women’s social role in ancient societies, have found numerous traces of evidence econmoia how earliest civilizations in different part of the world have associated farming with their broad cultural and social settings.

Existing historical disparities among different groups have not been sufficiently addressed within the new land market institutions, and those who were traditionally economically deprived had few opportunities to obtain land through market transactions, since no provisions were granted.

This transformation brought about a new social order that affected all aspects of living and thinking, [3] giving rise to a different way of structuring human relations and leading to a histori of hierarchies and control over resources.

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Women’s rights to land tended to be left aside by many of the institutional arrangements put in place for land tenure in most countries, and the implications of how men and women are affected differently by the diverse land tenure arrangements continue to be overlooked in most of the emerging institutional reforms in the agriculture sector.


Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. For instance, the Beijing Platform for Action [6] itself indicates that governments should “undertake legislative and administrative reforms to give women full and equal access to economic resources, including the rights to inheritance and to ownership of land and other property, credit, natural resources and appropriate technologies”.

Advanced Search Find a Library. Spanish View all editions and formats Rating: In countries such as Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain, where agriculture is mainly based on capital-intensive technology with a high degree of mechanization, one would have expected that the modernization of agriculture would have been accompanied by improvements in land distribution and a significant increase in the number of women landholders; however, according to Eurostat data, [11] most land in the farming sector is owned by men, with less than 20 percent of agricultural land being held by women in most European countries.

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The right-based approach to development adopted by different international fora for the advancement of women pays special attention to the importance of women’s rights to own land and other property. Another feature of most land reform programmes implemented over the past two decades is the emphasis given to land registration and titling, with very little attention being paid to the demand for land redistribution.

Agriculture, in prehistoric and earliest agrarian civilizations, was not only a main source of food and raw materials, but it also represented a source of expression of the innate order of nature. Some features of WorldCat will not be historja.

Finding libraries that hold this item As a result, legal reforms undertaken in this regard have increasingly strengthened the recognition of women’s equal rights through independent entitlements to natural resources; however, these reforms still need to be bound to more complex institutional and cultural issues that prevent the enforcement of those legal dispositions in many countries.

You may send this item to up to five recipients. In Latin America and the Caribbean the number of women working in agriculture has increased from The study on Brazil pays special attention to the evolution of legal regulations that historically prevented women from having equal access to land. Cancel Forgot your password? Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.


The lack of empirical information and quantitative data on how men and women have been affected by different land tenure programmes remains a constraint.

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Land titles and land regularization, in general, have been seen as a preamble to the development of land markets for agriculture. Our history, our future, Chapter 8, The other half of history: The contribution of women to food and agricultural production in agriculture-based economies is significant, given the high number of women employed as agricultural workers for agroprocessing industries and as food producers.

Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. A more global discussion is presented in the last article, where the author has a closer and comparative look at the multiple lessons learned from various relevant country interventions over the last 20 years, building up some conclusions arising from the previous country studies.

From the outset, the development of agriculture has been strongly associated with women’s endeavour. Similar Items Related Subjects: Likewise, agricultural land in countries such as Lesotho, Uganda, Zambia, Dominica and Brazil present a similar tenure structure, with women landholders ranging from 16 percent to 26 percent of the total number of holders natural personsduring the s [12]. On this basis, once property had been assigned to a wife, it cannot hixtoria transferred to another beneficiary.

Ukczynski addition, customary laws acknowledge a widow s inheritance rights regarding the ownership of matrimonial homes and land.

Similar Items Related Subjects: Some features of WorldCat will not be available. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Ongoing discussions on the gender implications of the different land tenure arrangements tap on many structural factors.