“Everything We Do is Democracy”: Women and Youth in Land Rights Social Mobilization in Cambodia

@inproceedings{RoseJensen2017EverythingWD,
  title={“Everything We Do is Democracy”: Women and Youth in Land Rights Social Mobilization in Cambodia},
  author={Sarah R. Rose-Jensen},
  year={2017}
}
  • Sarah R. Rose-Jensen
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Cambodian/Canadian human rights NGO LICADHO estimates that more than half a million people have been affected by land grabs and land rights issues (LICADHO, 2014).  Land conflict in Cambodia is a clear manifestation of structural violence - affected communities are almost exclusively low income and many of them are home to indigenous and ethnic minorities.  This article explores the complex interplay of actors, particularly women and youth, in land rights social mobilization (LRSM) in Cambodia… CONTINUE READING
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