IIED will be hosting a webinar on ‘Strengthening women’s rights in land governance: experiences from Tanzania’, as part of their Legal tools for citizen empowerment initiative.
Speakers include: Helen Dancer, Barrister and Senior Lecturer at the University of Brighton and Naseku Kisambu, Director of programmes at the Tanzania Women Lawyer Association (TAWLA).
Why should you attend? Recent research shows that agricultural investments have differentiated impacts on men and women. However, women’s participation in decision making processes relating to land is often extremely limited and their voices are rarely heard. This webinar will shed light on the gendered impacts of commercial agriculture and the question of women’s voice and participation in decision making processes relating to land governance.
When? Tuesday 2 February 2016
What time? 19.00–20.30 (Phnom Penh), 15.00–16.30 (Dodoma), 14.00–15.30 (Maputo), 12.00–13.30 (London)
Where? From your desk or portable internet device (NB: webinars are online workshops that people can attend from their desk or portable internet device).
Who can attend? The invitation is open to anyone within your organisation who might find the topic relevant and, of course, more than one person in your organisation can join in.
How? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up
For more information, please see the flyer.