New issue: Forum for Development Studies
The second issue of Forum for Development Studies is out.
Highlights from the newest issue of the journal includes Stanley Sharaunga, Maxwell Mudhara and Ayalneh Bogale’s article on the impact of women’s impowerment in agriculture on household vulnerability to food insecurity in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. Ivica Petrikova has examined the impact of NGO’s on child labour in El Salvador.
Lasse Møller-Jensen and Lene Møller Madsen share a 15-year perspective on capacity–building projects in Ghana.
Tomàš Profant analyses the hierarchizing and sanctifying effects of the development discourse. Devota J.B. Mwaseba examines how intra-household gender relations affects child nutrition using findings from Tanzania. Ann-Magritt Jensen’s article concerns poverty, gender and fertility in Rural Kenya.
A critical analysis of gender empowerment and development in pre- and post-crises is the topic for Noor Elahi, Ingrid Nyborg and Bahadar Nawab’s article, and Anette Skovstad Hansen looks into global alumni networks and the inclusion of fellow experts from developing countries in epistemic communities.
The book review section contains reviews of two publications: “Resilience: The governance of complexity” and “Anthropology and Development”.
Find all the contents and download articles at Routledge.
Have a good read!