IDS Insights: Innovative Approaches To Gender And Food Security: Changing Attitudes, Changing Behaviours
The latest issue of insights features innovative approaches to gender and food security, and is a useful tool for engaging with related policy processes - from grassroots organisations to the highest levels of government. The publication is the result of a collaborative process involving experts in gender and food policy, research and practice from South Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East.
The Guest Editor for this issue of insights is Caroline Sweetman, Editor of Gender and Development, Oxfam GB. The Academic Adviser is Agnes Quisumbing, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI.
Contributors and articles include:
Emily Hillenbrand –Transforming gender relations in homestead food production in Bangladesh
Suniti Neogy – Challenging cultural values that affect food security in India
Alessandra Galié – Equal access for women to seeds and food security in Syria
Cathy Rozel Farnworth – Engaging the whole family in food security planning in Zambia
Agnes Quisumbing and Neha Kumar – Women’s groups versus households; approaches to achieve food security and gender equality
Pamela Caro – Food sovereignty and women’s rights in Latin America