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Livelihood Issues and Concerns of Women and Men in

Abstract The global trend of informalisation of women's work is also evident in what is commonly known as artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) practices. Women constitute a large segment of workers in the informal mines and quarries all over

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Gender and Livelihoods Concerns

Livelihood Issues and Concerns of Women and Men in Small Mines and Quarries of South Asia Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt Fellow, Resource Management in Asia Pacific Program Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies The Australian National University ACT 0200, Canberra, Australia Email: [email protected] Abstract The global trend of informalisation of women’s work is also evident in what ...

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Gender in ASM Livelihood Issues and Concerns of Women

Women are quite invisible although they participate in large numbers in these mineral extraction practices. This paper focuses on the small mines and quarries of South Asia, and reviews the gender and livelihood issues and concerns in these mines. This research presented here is exploratory in nature, making some estimates based on proxy ...

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Livelihood issues and concerns of women and men

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2009, K. Lahiri-Dutt published Livelihood issues and concerns of women and men Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. We use cookies to make ...

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Livelihood Vulnerabilities Among Women in Small-Scale ...

Women play essential role in the fisheries sector of Ghana, particularly their involvement in post-harvest activities. However, several factors make them vulnerable to livelihood insecurity. This paper investigates the livelihood vulnerabilities of women in small-scale fisheries in the Gomoa, West District of Ghana by constructing a multi-dimensional livelihood vulnerability index for women ...

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Gender norms and relations: implications for agency in ...

12/09/2019  Across all three communities, 91% of women reported farming as a primary livelihood activity, and 81% of men reported they either farmed or fished as their primary livelihood activity. It was common across all communities for households to have small agricultural plots (referred to as gardens) located on family-owned land. Community 1 was geographically closer to a large regional center than ...

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Livelihood - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Tanveer Islam, Jeffrey Ryan, in Hazard Mitigation in Emergency Management, 2016. Sustainable Livelihood. Livelihood can be best defined as the methods and means of making a living in the world. The concept revolves around resources such as land/property, crops, food, knowledge, finances, social relationships, and their interrelated connection with the political, economic, and sociocultural ...

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12 Gender Issues Affecting Women Around the World

29/09/2014  Women experience a pay gap compared to men's wages for the same work. In America, a woman earns 81 cents to a man's dollar. For African-American and Latin American women, the difference is greater. Genocide. By The Culture-ist. Women make up 80% of all refugees and displaced people. Instruments of genocide, such as sexual violence and rape, are ...

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Chapter 1: Women and Poverty – Global Women's Issues ...

The author introduces two approaches to addressing poverty among women: microcredit and small business cooperatives. The microfinance approach is exemplified by the Kashf Microfinance bank, founded by Roshaneh Zafar in Pakistan in 1996. By 2009, Kashf included 14,192 active borrowers, deposits of 3.8 million, and 42,073 depositors. COMUCAP, an organization based in the region of La

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9 Daily Challenges Women Face That Men Just Don't

06/01/2016  To paraphrase Snoop Dogg, being a woman ain't easy. In our patriarchal society, there are all kinds of daily challenges women face that men simply don't have to deal with — after all, that's ...

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Livelihoods research: some conceptual and methodological ...

unequal dispositions of labour and appropriations of income between men and women, are often themselves subject to rapid change over time. For these two reasons, rural livelihoods are not at all easy to study. Both these points were strongly illustrated in an exemplary text, Rural Livelihoods: Crises and Responses (Bernstein et al., 1992 ...

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Gender norms and relations: implications for agency in ...

12/09/2019  Across all three communities, 91% of women reported farming as a primary livelihood activity, and 81% of men reported they either farmed or fished as their primary livelihood activity. It was common across all communities for households to have small agricultural plots (referred to as gardens) located on family-owned land. Community 1 was geographically closer to a large regional center than ...

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Gender and Rural Livelihoods: Agricultural ...

discrimination of women under these tenure systems is by now well documented (Peters 1997; FAO 2010; Peters 2010; FAO 2011; Peters 2013). Less is known, however, of how or even if, such biases also translate into exclusion from agricultural output markets and how this in turn may be connected to women’s access to non-farm sources of livelihood.

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Women More Vulnerable Than Men to Climate Change ...

Women make up the majority of the world’s poor and are more dependent than men on natural resources for their livelihoods and survival. Women tend to have lower incomes and are more likely to be economically dependent than men. When drought or unseasonable rain, for example, threatens agricultural production, men can use their savings and economic independence to invest in alternative

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Livelihood - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Tanveer Islam, Jeffrey Ryan, in Hazard Mitigation in Emergency Management, 2016. Sustainable Livelihood. Livelihood can be best defined as the methods and means of making a living in the world. The concept revolves around resources such as land/property, crops, food, knowledge, finances, social relationships, and their interrelated connection with the political, economic, and sociocultural ...

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Changing livelihoods, gender roles and gender

01/01/2016  In many contexts, rather than adding to food security and income stability, the reforms have increased local women's and men's exposure and vulnerability to climate change as well as constrained their ability to adapt to the adverse climate-related impacts, directly affecting rural women's and men's livelihoods (Adger et al., 2001, Chaudhry and Ruysschaert, 2007, World Bank, 2010). In the Co ...

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Women and the Right to Livelihoods

we mean by livelihoods: issues connected with land, water, forest, right to food, food security, income security and so on. So the first step in building up this network is building up a common understanding of what we mean by women’s right to livelihoods. A number of experienced activists and practitioners spoke on in-terconnected aspects of livelihoods as a human right for women. A broad ...

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Why do more women than men live in poverty?

11/03/2015  The Beijing Platform for Action, developed at a 1995 United Nations conference, sets an agenda for women’s empowerment and identified 12 critical areas of concern. Twenty years after Beijing, ShareAmerica assesses global progress in each critical area.This article focuses on women and poverty. “Poverty is a gendered experience,” says UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Geeta Rao Gupta.

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9 Daily Challenges Women Face That Men Just Don't

06/01/2016  To paraphrase Snoop Dogg, being a woman ain't easy. In our patriarchal society, there are all kinds of daily challenges women face that men simply don't have to deal with — after all, that's ...

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10 Big Issues Women Face at Work and What Leaders Can

19/01/2017  The stereotype that men “take charge” and women “take care” puts women leaders in various double-binds. For example, women are judged as being too hard, too soft, and never just right. Women leaders are also seen as competent or liked but not both. Also, men may be seen as having the “default” style when it comes to their ability to lead effectively, meaning women spend part of ...

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Gender norms and relations: implications for agency in ...

12/09/2019  Across all three communities, 91% of women reported farming as a primary livelihood activity, and 81% of men reported they either farmed or fished as their primary livelihood activity. It was common across all communities for households to have small agricultural plots (referred to as gardens) located on family-owned land. Community 1 was geographically closer to a large regional center than ...

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Changing livelihoods, gender roles and gender

01/01/2016  In many contexts, rather than adding to food security and income stability, the reforms have increased local women's and men's exposure and vulnerability to climate change as well as constrained their ability to adapt to the adverse climate-related impacts, directly affecting rural women's and men's livelihoods (Adger et al., 2001, Chaudhry and Ruysschaert, 2007, World Bank, 2010). In the Co ...

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Women and the Right to Livelihoods

we mean by livelihoods: issues connected with land, water, forest, right to food, food security, income security and so on. So the first step in building up this network is building up a common understanding of what we mean by women’s right to livelihoods. A number of experienced activists and practitioners spoke on in-terconnected aspects of livelihoods as a human right for women. A broad ...

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Women More Vulnerable Than Men to Climate Change ...

Women make up the majority of the world’s poor and are more dependent than men on natural resources for their livelihoods and survival. Women tend to have lower incomes and are more likely to be economically dependent than men. When drought or unseasonable rain, for example, threatens agricultural production, men can use their savings and economic independence to invest in alternative

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Climate resilient and empowering livelihoods for women ...

05/10/2020  Individual household level project assistance often fails to help poor men and women to graduate from poverty. Small scale industrial production, if

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Gendering Migration, Livelihood and Entitlements:

Formally, women partake of these rights equally with men, but gender inequality persists both in government policy and in labour markets. In both countries, moreover, recent political and policy environments are influenced by neoliberal ideological principles, contributing to changes in migration policy, labour markets and social provisions that make female migrants increasingly vulnerable to ...

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Male Attitude Towards The Working Women Sociology

Men and women disapprove of a woman working if preschool children suffer by her working. In addition to age and gender, the factors influencing attitude were income, education, religious beliefs, urban residence, born in this country, having young children in the family or expecting more children, and work years and job security. A supportive attitude for working women was associated with ...

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Yes, Gender Equality Is A Men’s Issue

More women than men enter the white-collar workforce (53 women for every 47 males), yet as they move up, men are promoted to leadership roles at a far greater rate, with men in top executive roles

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The real problem men face today is not the rise of women

22/05/2014  A perspective on social issues won't be affirmed by acting childishly, or by complaining that men aren't allowed to whistle at women in the street any more. It'll be done, basically, by thinking and talking more like feminists. I'm distressed that young men, people I know and have grown up with, today take pride in infantile behaviour. I'm distressed that it's considered unmale to engage with ...

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3 Men With a Huge Penis Share Pros and Cons of Packing

26/08/2020  Real men reveal the pros and cons of having sex with an abnormally big penis, along with other areas of their lives. One guy measures 13.5 inches!

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Gender-Based Violence and Livelihood Interventions

pervasive problems confronting women across the globe, with adverse consequences foralmost all sectoral areas including agriculture and labour. GBV takes many forms – physical, sexual, emotional and psychological, and socio-economic. Harmful traditional practices are also considered a form of GBV.2 It is deeply rooted in unequal powerrelations and individual attitudes that condone violence ...

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Problems amid progress: Improving lives and livelihoods ...

The gap is not very large between white men (84 percent) and ethnic-minority men (79 percent). The big difference is between white and ethnic-minority women, at 76 and 62 percent, respectively (Exhibit 3). The most extreme example is that of Pakistanis and Bangladeshis, where women accounted for 15 points of the 18-point labor-force participation gap. Age also plays a role. Ethnic-minority ...

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Livelihood Parenting - maternityinstitute

Women and men EVERYWHERE are redefining what success means to them. However when one becomes a parent, being an enrepreneur becomes more challenging as responsibilities increase and balancing work and your new baby seems nearly impossible; add in single parenting and stress grows. As a result parents may find themselves giving up their entrepreneur dreams to ensure more stability

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Complexity, continuity and change: livelihood resilience ...

Importantly, women and men's FGDs gave slightly different accounts of their community's livelihood activities, with the biggest differences being that women tended to downplay livestock as a livelihood activity compared with men. Figure 5 shows an example of proportional piling exercises by men and women FGDs in the same village. In Goshosh, a ...

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8 Major Issues Facing Women Today - ThoughtCo

03/07/2019  Domestic violence is another top concern for women, though this issue affects men as well. It's estimated that 1.3 million women and 835,000 men are physically assaulted by their partners each year. Even teen dating violence is more prevalent than many would hope to admit. Abuse and violence do not come in a single form, either. From emotional ...

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(PDF) Livelihood Impacts of Flash Floods in Cox's Bazar ...

28/06/2020  Both men and women indicated that women c ould develop ‘cottage industries’ including handicrafts and pottery, described as supporting the women to become more independent in their livelihoods

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Swades Building Livelihoods - A Campaign by NDTV and ...

The people in the grassroot know the problems of their people. Very often people who come from the outside and don't get the real day to day problems. The people from that area will provide more practical solution. The entire Swades team is on the ground. The entire team is utilising every rupee of money. They don't waste any money. You can see the results and what the outcomes are. Aug 23 ...

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Dekha Abdi - The Right Livelihood Foundation

In 1992, Dekha and other women as well as concerned men started a grassroots peace initiative, bringing together people from all clans. Despite opposition from the traditional clan leaders (elder men), they began to organise mediation between the warring parties (with representatives of minority groups acting as moderators). When an agreement was in place, they set up the Wajir Peace Committee ...

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Women Who Are Denied Abortions May Face Health

10/06/2019  W hen a woman is denied access to an abortion, research has shown that she may face threats to her mental or financial well-being. A new study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine ...

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Men who keep high seas safe fail to secure their

08/12/2017  Security concerns are huge for India. With a long coastline, the perception of vulnerability to attacks from the sea is real, especially after the 2008 attacks on Mumbai when terrorists are said ...

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