Public Speech on Gender, Land and the Right to Food in Southeast

A number of forces – including transnational land acquisitions, domestic investors, migrants, conservation efforts, and government policies – have come together in recent years to put commercial pressure on land across the world and encourage its commodification. This has accelerated processes of agrarian transition, affecting rural livelihoods, impacting food security and social relations. In South East Asia, as elsewhere, the commercialization of land and agriculture have also been accompanied by significant impacts on the rights to food and land.

Program on 22 July at 6-7.30PM

Location : 6th floor, Kasem-uttayanin building (Rattasart Hok Sib Pee) Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University

Information/reservation contact (Phone/wa: +66970024140)

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