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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 July 2019

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

Summary

News

  • Séminaire "Regards croisés sur le travail en agriculture" du 4 juillet à Paris
  • 2021 declared International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour
  • Joaquín Furriel champions protection of fundamental labour rights 
  • Inclusive Agriculture and Rural Transformation: interview with experts 
  • Promoting youth employment in agriculture in the Republic of Congo 
  • Data leads to bigger profits: Traceability gains for coffee farmers in Uganda
  • Closing the gender digital divide, opening opportunities for women in agriculture

CONGRESS 

  • Health & Safety Event - Teagasc 
  • Smarter Milking Event - Teagasc
  • Société française d'économie rurale
  • Regards croisés universitaires et syndicaux sur l’Organisation internationale du travail (OIT)
  • III Humanidades, Mares e Rios (Humar)
  • XI Jornadas Interdisciplinarias de estudios agrarios y agroindustriales argentinos y latinoamericanos
  • 14º Congreso ASET 2019

CALL FOR PAPERS 

  • Travailler dans l'agriculture 

PUBLICATIONS

  • An Online Survey of Occupational Hazards in Brazilian Aquaculture 
  • Non-Fatal Injuries and Injury Treatment in the West Coast Dungeness Crab Fishery 
  • Occupational Safety and Health in U.S. Aquaculture: A Review
  • Assessment of Occupational Hazards and Usage of Sea Safety Devices by Fishers of Kerala, India
  • Intra-Household Labour Allocation, Migration, and Remittances in Rural El Salvador
  • Classifying Livelihood Strategies Adopting the Activity Choice Approach in Rural China
  • Images of work, images of defiance: engaging migrant farm worker voice through community-based arts
  • Social Network Influences on Non-Agricultural Employment Quality for Part-Time Peasants: A Case Study of Sichuan Province, China
  • Low and declining female work participation: The case of rural West Bengal
  • Measuring the Economic, Environmental, and Social Sustainability of Short Food Supply Chains
  • Evolution of a Development Model for Fruit Industry Against Background of Rising Labor Cost: Intensive or Extensive Adjustment?
  • Rural Policies and Employment
  • International Migration Outlook 2019
  • Vidas talhadas no avesso da história: estudos sobre o trabalho nos canaviais
  • Juventudes Rurais e Desenvolvimento Territorial
  • LAS (PEQUEÑAS) MANOS QUE TRABAJARON LA TIERRA. VIDA INFANTIL Y RECUERDOS EN EL PERIURBANO RURAL DE BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA, 1950-1960)
  • MIRAR EL TRABAJO DESDE SU TRANSVERSALIDAD: ENFOQUES, PERSPECTIVAS Y METODOLOGÍAS PENSADAS DESDE LATINOAMÉRICA
  • CONDICIONES DE TRABAJO EN LAS COSECHAS AGRÍCOLAS DE MENDOZA (ARGENTINA). EL CASO DE LAS/OS MIGRANTES BOLIVIANAS/OS 

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