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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 September 2019

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

Summary

News

  • UNIDO-FAO to promote green opportunities to accelerate youth employment in Africa’s agricultural sector 
  • What kind of workplaces will dairy farmers need to offer in the coming decades? DairyNZ’s been looking into it, explains senior scientist Callum Eastwood
  • Nebraska Rural Poll releases data from immigration impact survey 
  • Who owns farmer data? Exploring the rights and codes of conduct for transparent agricultural data sharing
  • ILO welcomes G20 commitment to human-centred future of work policies 
  • "Tackling the large gender gap in unpaid work is possible" 
  • Comment ont évolué les expositions des salariés du secteur privé aux risques professionnels sur les vingt dernières années ?

CALL FOR PAPERS 

  • Le genre des professions

PUBLICATIONS

  • Making sense in the cloud: Farm advisory services in a smart farming future 
  • Brazil’s Agricultural Production and Its Potential as Global Food Supplier Choices
  • Sustainability, Innovation and Rural Development: The Case of Parmigiano-Reggiano PDO 
  • Agricultural Labour Productivity and Its Determinants in India
  • The political robot – The structural consequences of automated milking systems (AMS) in Norway
  • Perceived climate risks and adaptation drivers in diverse coffee landscapes of Uganda 
  • Social farming and work inclusion initiatives for adults with autism spectrum disorders: A pilot study
  • Physician Notified Work-Related Diseases Among Farmers in Norway: Data from 2007 - 2016 
  • Economic performance, gender and social networks in West African food systems 
  • Sustainable Livelihood Capital and Strategy in Rural Tourism Households: A Seasonality Perspective
  • Syrian women food producers learn new skills from Italian farmers
  • Heterogeneity in male and female farmers’ preference for a profit‐enhancing and labor‐saving technology: The case of Direct‐Seeded Rice (DSR) in India
  • Off-Farm Economic Activities of Rural Women for Household Food Security in Kaduna State, Nigeria 
  • Physical activity and work activities in Florida agricultural workers 
  • Debt‐Bonded Brick Kiln Workers and Their Intent to Return: Towards a Labour Geography of Smallholder Farming Persistence in Cambodia
  • Assessing Mental Health Concerns of Spanish-Speaking Dairy Farm Workers 
  • Aurélie Jeantet, Les émotions au travail
  • Cadre du G7 pour la création d’emplois décents pour les jeunes ruraux au Sahel
  • Bonus: Grants and Opportunities

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