Agriculture, trade negotiations and gender
with contributions from
FAO Gender and Population Division
A contribution of the FAO Gender and Population Division
to the UN interagency publication on Gender and Trade: Challenges and
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Abbreviations and acronyms
Womens contribution to agriculture
Impact of international agricultural trade and gender equity: selected country case studies
Labour conditions in non-traditional agricultural exports in Ghana: banana production
Reduction of agricultural work in banana production in the Windward Islands
Expansion of non-traditional agricultural exports and changes in land use in the Philippines
Participation of women farmers in non-traditional agricultural exports in Uganda
Sugar-cane production and new non-farm activities for women in Fiji
The transformation of agriculture and implications for women's employment in China
Multilateral trade agreements on agriculture and commodities
Market integration through regional and bilateral trade agreements
Important commodities in developing countries agricultural trade
A gendered analysis of agricultural trade
Global market integration and its implications for small-scale farming and gender inequalities
New economic opportunities for women in agriculture?
Two omissions in agricultural trade policies and negotiations: women's participations and social reproduction