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On Land Grabbing and Cross-border Investment: Case of Cambodian Migrant Workers in Thailand from a Gender-lens

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Land grabbing in Southeast Asia continues to be an issue of concern. The population in the region largely live in rural areas and make their living by depending on natural resources such as land and water. This article is based on a research in Cambodia and discusses key findings by using gender lens to highlight changes occurred on various levels in the community.

By Premrudee Daoroung

Vive La Fraternité: Why EU Civil Society Must Learn from the French

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Civil society and citizens take over the duties in welcoming refugees where Member States and the EU fail. Parts of civil society have awoken across borders to contest policies and laws that they believe to be contrary to the ‘core principles’ of both Member States and the EU, as well as contrary to broader humanitarian, religious or political principles. 

By Jennifer Allsopp

Una iniciativa a celebrar

Durante décadas, los movimientos feministas han denunciado que a las mujeres se les mata por el hecho de ser mujer. El llamado de NNUU para la creación de “feminicides watch” abre la puerta a grandes avances

By Ana Carcedo

Feminicidios: La necesidad de una movilización más amplia

El feminicidio permanece ausente del debate público francés. La legislación francesa recién comienza a reconocer los asesinatos por razón de género pero estos están lejos de ser una prioridad de las políticas pública

By Angela Muller, Anne-Cécile Mailfert

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