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International Association on Work in Agriculture

What's up on work in agriculture?

What's up on work in agriculture?
Newsletter August 2019

The newsletter containing the latest news, congress, call for papers, and publications are available to download!

Summary

News

  • Centenário da OIT é celebrado pela UEM
  • UEM comemora 100 anos da Organização Internacional do Trabalho
  • Guy Ryder: A human-centred approach can create decent jobs for youth in Africa
  • The workplace equality challenge

CONGRESS 

  • Large Farm Management Conference: Register now!

CALL FOR PAPERS 

  • "Growing Up in Rural America" Call for Articles for Russell Sage Foundation Journal of Social Sciences

PUBLICATIONS

  • China's electrification and rural labor: Analysis with fuzzy regression discontinuity 
  • What does it Mean to Make a ‘Joint’ Decision? Unpacking Intra-household Decision Making in Agriculture: Implications for Policy and Practice
  • The restructuring of Italian agriculture and its impact upon capital–labour relations: Labour contracting and exploitation in the fresh fruit and vegetable supply chain of the Lazio Region, Central Italy
  • Does Conservation Agriculture Change Labour Requirements? Evidence of Sustainable Intensification in Sub‐Saharan Africa
  • Safe Farmer Common Sense’ - A National Five-Year Education-Based Program for Prevention of Occupational
  • Injuries in Swedish Agriculture-Background, Process, and Evaluation
  • Measurement properties of the project-level Women's Empowerment in Agriculture Index
  • Stakeholders Team up for Action in New York Dairy (STAND): A Collaborative Action-Planning Workshop to Combat Toxic Stress among New York Dairy Farmers
  • The Contribution of Immigrants to Multifunctional Agricultural Systems in Italy
  • Scoping Global Aquaculture Occupational Safety and Health
  • Exposures and Health Effects of Bioaerosols in Seafood Processing Workers - a Position Statement
  • Labour Relations and Labour Structures in Mediterranean Capitalism. Caporalato and Romanian Migration in the Southern Italian Agriculture : Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai
  • Evaluation of Dust Concentration During Grinding Grain in Sustainable Agriculture
  • Varieties of context and informal entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurial activities of migrant youths in rural Ghana
  • The association of self-reported respiratory system diseases with farming activity among farmers of greenhouse vegetables
  • Association between work in deforested, compared to forested, areas and human heat strain: an experimental study in a rural tropical environment
  • Rural maritime labour migration to Copenhagen and Stockholm (1700–1800)
  • The restructuring of Italian agriculture and its impact upon capital–labour relations: Labour contracting and exploitation in the fresh fruit and vegetable supply chain of the Lazio Region, Central Italy
  • Preparing and accessing decent work amongst rural youth in Cambodia
  • Does Conservation Agriculture Change Labour Requirements? Evidence of Sustainable Intensification in Sub‐Saharan Africa
  • Inhalable and Respirable Particulate and Endotoxin Exposures in Kentucky Equine Farms
  • A organização do trabalho familiar sob a influência da produção de dendê em Tomé-Açu, Pará
  • Nueva Generación Cafetalera El café de especialidad: Una ventana de oportunidad para la población joven en el área rural
  • Más allá del fin, más acá del futuro: un análisis de las narrativas sobre el “futuro del trabajo” ante la “transición tecnológica”

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