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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 October 2019

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

Summary

News

  • Investing in rural people in India
  • Investing in rural people in China
  • Cotton sustainability is key for rural development
  • ILO confronting the changing nature of work - Video
  • Sunflower mazes, goat yoga and beekeeping: why farmers are getting more creative to attract visitors

CONGRESS

  • APEN - 2021
  • Congres francophone TMS – Tunisie 2020
  • Penser l'autonomie en agriculture : entre injonctions et revendications
  • Le prix du travail

CALL FOR PAPERS 

  • EALE SOLE AASLE World Conference Berlin 2020 
  • Southern Rural Sociological Association (SRSA) conference

PUBLICATIONS

  • How wage structure and crop size negatively impact farmworker livelihoods in monocrop organic production: interviews with strawberry harvesters in California
  • Comprehension of Safety Pictograms Affixed to Agricultural Machinery among Pakistani Migrant Farmworkers in Italy
  • Place of Residence, Working Conditions and the Burden of Back Pain among Hired Farmworkers in the United States
  • Development of Psychometric Properties of Farmers’ Occupational Health Behavior Questionnaire for Iranian Farmers
  • Technical Efficiency in the Agricultural Business—The Case of Slovakia
  • Young people’s willingness to farm under present and improved conditions in Thailand
  • The long road to becoming a farmer: Thai agricultural students’ plans
  • Farmers’ Mental Health: Perceptions from a Farm Show
  • Effect of cropland and livestock ownership on child labour in eastern Ethiopia: empirical examination of the Wealth Paradox
  • Macroeconomic impacts of female labour productivity shock in agriculture: evidence from a CGE model applied to a Sub-Saharan African country
  • Migration, crop production and non-farm labor diversification in rural Vietnam
  • Transforming Labour and Technology of The Ancient Tula Wells
  • Des carrières aux parcours... en passant par la compétence
  • Vers une flexicurité à la française ?
  • BONUS: Funding for Research on Youth Employment
  • BONUS: France-Diplomatie

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