Feminist Africa Issue 12. 2009: Land, Labour and Gendered Livelihoods

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       Editorial: Land and Labour in Gendered Livelihood Trajectories
       - by Dzodzi Tsikata and Dede-Esi Amanor-Wilks 


Gender, Land and Labour Relations and Livelihoods in Sub-Saharan Africa in the era of Economic Liberalisation: Towards a Research Agenda
 – by Dzodzi Tsikata

Land, Labour and Gendered Livelihoods in a “Peasant” and a “Settler” Economy
by Dede-Esi Amanor-Wilks

The Gendered Politics of Farm Household Production and the Shaping of Women’s Livelihoods in northern Ghana 
by A. Atia Apusigah

The Gendered Dynamics of Production Relations in Ghanaian Coastal Fishing 
by Akua Opokua Britwum 


What Would it Take to Realise the Promises? Protecting Women’s Rights in the Kenya National Land Policy of 2009 
by Patricia Kameri-Mbote 


Struggles over Land Reform in Tanzania: Experiences of Tanzania Gender Networking Programme and Feminist Activist Coalition
by Marjorie Mbilinyi and Gloria Shechambo   


Claiming women’s land rights for a hunger free world: The Gambia women’s land campaign
– by Dzodzi Tsikata and Dede-Esi Amanor-Wilks speak with Kujejatou Manneh-Jallow  


     Yoruba Women, Work, and Social Change.
     Marjorie Keniston McIntosh. Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2009 
     – reviewed by Cassandra R. Veney