GDS Students visited UNWomen

On November 13, 2019, students of courses Gender and Development: Principles and Concepts and Gender and Communication visited UNWomen Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific in Bangkok to learn about UNWomen’s work, especially around migration and violence against women. Students were able to make links for further action for gender equality!

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Gendered impact of cross-border agricultural investment: case of rubber plantations in Northern Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia

Type: Research Duration: 2014 – 2017 Faculty: Prof.Kyoko Kusakabe Description: The study analyzed the impact of rubber plantation in Northern Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia. It showed how different farmers are impacted and adjust in different ways, and often times, the burden of adjustment falls on women. Keywords: rubber, Laos, Myanmar, Read more…