CALL FOR PAPERS: Special Issue of the journal Global Food Security – Oct 31 deadline

A special issue of the journal Global Food Security  on the significance of changes in gender inequality and gender relations for food security seeks papers that address questions of how food availability, access and quality are affected by inequalities in the ways men and women operate in farming, agricultural value chains or industry as farm >> Read more

CALL FOR PAPERS: South Asian Water Studies Special Issue on ‘Water Justice, Gender, and Disabilities”

South Asian Water Studies (SAWAS), an open access journal, has issued a call for papers for a special issue on ‘Water justice, Gender and Disabilities.' This special issue is guest edited by Alan Nicol and Floriane Clement from IWMI, and Sylvie Cordier, a Disability and Development specialist. The deadline for paper submission is 30th September 2016. SAWAS_Call for Papers - Water >> Read more

CALL FOR PAPERS: India, Gender & Food Security Papers

CALL FOR POLICY BRIEFS/SHORT PAPERS Open Window:  12 MAY 2016 – 27 MAY 2016 The India Food Security Portal,facilitated by IFPRI, is organizing a one day workshop on Gender and Food Security in India to be held on August 29 in New Delhi. As noted in a recent blog, women’s participation in food production often goes unrecorded but >> Read more

Call for abstracts/Learning Labs for the Agriculture, Nutrition, and Health Academy Week

The Agriculture, Nutrition & Health (ANH) Academy invites the global community of ANH researchers and users of this research to the first ANH Academy Week to be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on 20-24 June 2016. The ANH Academy Week will be an annual event, expanding on the successful history of the five Leverhulme Centre >> Read more

Call for papers: Migration, gender and agrarian change in the Global South

The International Water Management Institute has published a call for papers for a panel session on “Migration, gender and agrarian change in the Global South” at the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) conference from August 31st to September 2nd in London. Abstract: There are an estimated 214 million international labour migrants and 740 million internal labour migrants worldwide. The >> Read more