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Webinar - Synthesis of findings on women's collective action in agricultural markets

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Webinar - Synthesis of findings on women's collective action in agricultural markets

Time: November 1, 2011 from 12pm to 2pm
Location: Online
Website or Map: http://womenscollectiveaction…
Event Type: webinar, (online, seminar)
Organized By: Claudia Canepa
Latest Activity: Oct 30, 2011

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Event Description

In our gender and value chain development work, we often struggle with questions such as:

 

* should we help women-only farmer groups, or mixed (men and women) ones?
* do we need to organise women around production and savings, or just marketing?
* where is the market best and best for women: export? local? or national?

Oxfam is carrying out the Researching women's collective action project to find answers to such questions.
Next Tuesday, November 1st you have an opportunity to hear more about it!! Very easy, just sit at your desk to listen and participate in the discussion. More information below and attached:  

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Oxfam, CARE and Coady International Institute are co-facilitating a series of webinars (online seminars) on WCA in Agricultural Markets. We held two webinars in August on a conceptual framework and typology for analysing collective action.  This webinar is the third in the series, and will be covering the 'Synthesis of findings on women’s collective action.’  It will be held on Tuesday, November 1 (12:00-14:00 GMT). 

In the upcoming webinar, Thalia Kidder (Oxfam GB) will present findings from our research to date. Sally Smith (Independent consultant) and Ralph Roothaert (Oxfam GB) will then comment on implications for policy and practice.

To reserve your webinar seat, register here today.

We hope you will join us!

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