Professeur Associé, Université de Birmingham
Dr Fraser Sugden is a human geographer who has written extensively on shifting class, gender and generational relations in agriculture, and their interaction with contemporary environmental, political and economic stresses. He has conducted intensive rural fieldwork across South and East Asia, with a focus on Nepal and the Eastern Gangetic Plains, and was based in this region for over a decade. He has a commitment to interdisciplinary action research with strong engagement and partnership with civil society and organisations working at the grassroots.
Graines de l’innovation : Le rôle catalyseur des femmes pour la résilience agricole
Réduire les inégalités et accélérer la réalisation des ODD