Achieving Gender Equality in Access to Land and Assets: The Transformative Potential of Group Farming

Bina Agarwal (The University of Manchester)
This Policy Brief was first published in https://t20ind.org


“ One Earth. One Family. One Future” – India’s aspirational theme for the G20 Dialogues aims at transformative change. A key aspect of such change is achieving socio-economic equality for women. This Policy Brief highlights how enhancing women’s access to and control over land and other productive assets can prove foundational globally, for achieving gender equality on multiple fronts, and presents group farming as a transformative pathway forward.


Bina Agarwal (The University of Manchester)

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