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January 2011
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CSW - Expert meeting - September 2011

[This is an update on this event] Papers of the Expert meeting on Enabling rural women's economic empowerment: institutions, opportunities and participation - 20/23 September 2011 - are now available. They include:  

Ms. Catherine Hill,
Enabling Rural Women’s Economic Empowerment: Institutions, Opportunities, and Participation (EGM/RW/2011/BP.1)

Ms. Patricia Biermayr-Jenzano,
Georgetown University, United States
The Use of Participatory Methodologies to Increase Women Farmers’ Access to Productive Resources (EGM/RW/2011/EP.10)

Mr. Gilles Cliche,
Latin American Center for Rural Development, Chile
Rural Women’s Empowerment in Nonfarm Employment Issues for ICT Initiatives and Territorial Policies in Latin America (EGM/RW/2011/EP.7)

Ms. Mildred Crawford,
Jamaica Network of Rural Women Producers, Jamaica
Rural Women’s Role in Agriculture (EGM/RW/2011/EP.5)

Ms. Myrna Cunningham Kain,
Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Nicaragua
Role of Institutions in Rural Areas Addressing Women’s Needs, With a Focus on Indigenous Women (EGM/RW/2011/EP.11)

Ms. Cathy Rozel Farnworth,
Pandia Consulting, United Kingdom
Gender-Aware Value Chain Development

Ms. Mirlinda Kusari-Purrini,
Women’s Business Association of Kosovo, Kosovo
Economic Empowerment of Rural Women through Enterprise Development in Post-Conflict Settings

Ms. Malika Martini,
International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, Algeria
Empowering Women in the Rural Labor Force with a Focus on Agricultural Employment in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)

Ms. Christine Okali,
University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Achieving Transformative Change for Rural Women’s Empowerment (EGM/RW/2011/EP.8)

Ms. Esther Penunia,
Asian Farmers' Association for Sustainable Rural Development, the Philippines
The Role of Farmers’ Organizations in Empowering and Promoting the Leadership of Rural Women (EGM/RW/2011/EP.12)

Ms. Nitya Rao,
University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
Women’s Access to Land: An Asian Perspective (EGM/RW/2011/EP.3)

Ms. Eva Rathgeber,
Institute of Women’s Studies, University of Ottawa, Canada
Rural Women’s Access to Science and Technology in the Context of Natural Resource Management

Ms. Zou Xiaoqiao,
Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, China
Trends in the Implementation of Article 14 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (EGM/RW/2011/EP.4)

The International Alliance of Women, Global Gender Climate Alliance,
Co-sponsored by the International Council of Women (ICW-CIF)
In collaboration with Women’s Environment and Development Organization
CEDAW, Rural Women and Climate Change (EGM/RW/2011/OP.1)

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