Women's Land Rights and Agrarian Change: Evidence from Indigenous Communities in Cambodia
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|Author (individual)||Margherita Maffii, Independent Gender Specialist|
|Co-author (coorporate)||Clara Mi Young Park, Gender Officer, and Marianna Bicchieri, Land Tenure Officer|
|Publication place||Bangkok, Thailand|
|Keywords||indigenous communities,land rights|
|Date uploaded||July 12, 2019, 06:01 (UTC)|
|Date modified||April 17, 2020, 07:49 (UTC)|