Episódio 2- Onde chegamos na igualdade de gênero? | Land Portal

Este episódio de LandUP! aborda um tema muitas vezes negligenciado ao discutir os direitos das mulheres viúvas à terra. As mulheres viúvas enfrentam obstáculos e desafios muito diferentes quando se trata de acesso à terra e este momento de suas vidas vale a pena explorar. Com isto em mente, falamos com a advogada de direitos humanos Faith Alubbe, a economista de terras Nana Ama Yirrah e a consultora principal de Mokoro e membro do Conselho do Land Portal Dr. Elizabeth Daley sobre a viuvez e como os direitos das mulheres à terra são freqüentemente vinculados aos de um homem, com um foco específico na África.

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