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

November 7, 2017

Center for Latin American Studies' faculty Dr. Marianne Schmink, published Women's rights to land and communal forest tenure: A way forward for research and policy agenda in Latin America, published in Women's Studies International Forum.

Abstract

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.

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