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International Association on Work in Agriculture

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What's up on work in agriculture?
Newsletter July 2020

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



  • Working during COVID-19 
  • Local Food Markets Orientation and Labor Intensity
  • Agriculture and rural development are critical for the eradication of poverty, as the world’s poor fight the impact of COVID-19, says FAO Director-General 
  • 25 de julho – Dia do Trabalhador Rural e Dia Internacional da Agricultura Familiar
  • The ILO Global Summit Highlights: COVID-19 and the World of Work


  • Let's Talk Dairy Webinar - Successful farm employment – legal requirements - Teagasc
  • Careers in Dairy Farming - Let's Talk Dairy Webinar - Teagasc   


  • Fatal Agricultural Accidents in Kansas: A Thirty-Nine-Year Follow-Up Study with an Emphasis on Vehicular Fatalities
  • Medidas da OIT e da FAO para amenizar os impactos do coronavírus sobre o trabalho na agricultura
  • Rural youth and the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Working during COVID-19
  • The new hazardous jobs and worker reallocation
  • Évaluation multicritère des performances socio-économiques et environnementales de systèmes viticoles et de scénarios de transition agroécologique
  • Local Food Market Orientation and Labor Intensity 
  • The new contadini : transformative labor in Italian vineyards
  • Employment Dynamics and Linkages in the Rural Economy: Insights from Senegal
  • Gendered Roles in Agrarian Transition: A Study of Lowland Rice Farming in Lao PDR 
  • Employment and Gross Value Added in Agriculture Versus Other Sectors of the European Union Economy
  • FAO framework on ending child labour in agriculture 
  • Connecting Public Policies for Family Farmers and Women’s Empowerment: The Case of the Brazilian Semi-Arid
  • Contrat de travail et performance des exploitations cacaoyères dans le Mbam et Kim au Cameroun 
  • Farm-Related Injuries and Fatalities Involving Children, Youth, and Young Workers during Manure Storage, Handling, and Transport
  • Female Workers and Transformation of Rural Economy into Urban Economy

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