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International Association on Work in Agriculture

March 2019

Newsletter

Period: 01-15 March 2019

Summary

CONGRESS 

  • XXII World Congress on Safety & Health at Work 2020 | Toronto, Canada 
  • Farm Safety Event - Teagasc 
  • 1st ALL AFRICA CONGRESS ON SYNTHETIC PESTICIDES, ENVIRONMENT, HUMAN AND ANIMAL HEALTH 
  • Farming Systems Design 
  • 30ÈME CONGRÈS DE L’AGRH 
  • Travail et libertés aujourd'hui 
  • ÊtreS au Travail : un ouvrage, une exposition, un colloque 
  • Journée 'Humanisme et Gestion' - 4 avril 2019 
  • Congresso Abergo 2019 

CALL FOR PAPERS

  • Transition numérique et innovation collaborative : une approche info-communicationnelle ? 
  • Le travail en Éthiopie

PUBLICATIONS 

  • Household livelihood diversification and gender: Panel evidence from rural Kenya 
  • Understanding gender roles and practices in the household and on the farm: Implications for banana disease management innovation processes in Burundi 
  • Female labor outcomes and large-scale agricultural land investments: Macro-micro evidence from Tanzania 
  • Women’s agricultural work and nutrition in South Asia: From pathways to a cross-disciplinary, grounded analytical framework 
  • Mechanisms of invisibility: rethinking the concept of invisible work 
  • How to Effectively Enhance Sustainable Livelihoods in Smallholder Systems: A Comparative Study from Western Kenya 
  • Working holiday makers in Australian horticulture: labour market effect, exploitation and avenues for reform 
  • Does rural labor outward migration reduce household forest investment? The experience of Jiangxi, China 
  • Using a livelihoods framework to analyze farmer identity and decision making during the Central American coffee leaf rust outbreak: implications for addressing climate change and crop diversification 
  • A farm-level assessment of labor and mechanization in Eastern and Southern Africa 
  • China's agrarian transition: Peasants, property and politics, by René Trappel 
  • Analysis on the Choice of Livelihood Strategy for Peasant Households Renting out Farmland: Evidence from Western Poverty-Stricken Areas in China 
  • The Features of Rural Labor Transfer and Cultural Differences: Evidence from China’s Southwest Mountainous Areas 
  • Potatoes, Petty Commodity Producers and Livelihoods: Contract farming and agrarian change in Maharashtra, India 
  • The relationship between micronutrient intake and labour productivity: Evidence from rice-farming households in Thailand 
  • The food regime in late colonial Philippines: Pathways of appropriation and unpaid work 
  • At Work in the Woods: Occupational Hazards of Harvesting Non-Timber Forest Products in the Pacific Northwest 
  • Safety in steep slope logging operations
  • Travail politique et changement institutionnel : une grille d’analyse 

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