International Association on Work in Agriculture

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Welcome to the International Association on Work in Agriculture!

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The IAWA - International Association on Agricultural Work - brings together the research and development community studying agricultural work around the world, with the aim of crossing disciplinary and thematic entries. The aim is to understand, analyze and compare the realities of work and workers in agriculture and to reflect on the future of work.  

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06 May 2024

Redaction: Isabelle Avelange

Newsletter April

- Le corps et la gestion des risques dans l’activité collective, - The socio-economic performance of agroecology. A review - [Capítulo] A crise do trabalho como crise da reprodução social: Notas sobre como repensar as fontes do poder da classe trabalhadora no capitalismo pós-covid / Paula Varela - Precarious Work and Housing for Michigan Farmworkers During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond - Workplace Sexual Harassment in Waged Agricultural Employment: A Literature Review - Why and how to conduct a Scoping Review - Forms of work: An overview of the new statistical standards
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06 May 2024

Redaction: Priscila Malanski

Newsletter March

Call for Papers: - AECR International Conference: Call for Papers - Revue PISTES : appel à textes - 3R Dernière ligne droite pour déposer votre proposition de communication orale ! - Revista Notas de Población de la CEPAL invita a la presentación de artículos sobre demografía, población y desarrollo, y políticas públicas
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Call for Papers - Desafios da Ergonomia no Mundo Contemporâneo - Travail, syndicalisme et action collective en Afrique - 18th Congress of the European Society for Agronomy
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- Further consideration of working conditions is needed in farm resilience assessment - Using State Agency Reports to Augment Ohio’s Agricultural Injury Surveillance Efforts - Does Small-Scale Irrigation Affect Women’s Time Allocation? Insights from Ethiopia - Mixed-Methods Assessment of Farmworkers’ Perceptions of Workplace Compliance with Worker Protection Standards and Implications for Risk Perceptions and Protective Behaviors - Innovation for whom? The case of women in cattle farming in Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia - Being a woman with the “skills of a man”: negotiating gender in the 21st century US Corn Belt
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- Mapping the Research into Mental Health in the Farming Environment: A Bibliometric Review from Scopus and WoS Databases - More than meat? Livestock farmers’ views on opportunities to produce for plant-based diets - Between on-site and the clouds: Socio-cyber-physical assemblages in on-farm diversification - The importance of cross-scale social relationships for dealing with social-ecological change in agricultural supply chains - Agricultural Worker Perspectives on Climate Hazards and Risk Reduction Strategies

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23 May 2023

Redaction: Priscila Malanski

Decent Employment and the Future of Agriculture. How Dominant Narratives Prevent Addressing Structural Issues

Special issue from Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems coordinated by IAWA members
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23 May 2023

Redaction: Priscila Malanski

The Multiple Influences on the Future of Work in Agriculture: Global Perspectives

Special issue from Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems coordinated by IAWA members
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23 May 2023

Redaction: Priscila Malanski

An intensive and collective style of farm work that enables the agroecological transition. A case study of six French farm machinery cooperatives

Special issue from Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems coordinated by IAWA members
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23 May 2023

Redaction: Priscila Malanski

Neither Corporate, Nor Family: The Indian “Patronal” Farm

Special issue from Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems coordinated by IAWA members
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23 May 2023

Redaction: Priscila Malanski

Farm Businesswomen's Aspirations for Leadership: A Case Study of the Agricultural Sector in Queensland, Australia

Special issue from Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems coordinated by IAWA members