Gendered Inequity in Wages and Working Conditions for Landless Agricultural Labourers in Morocco.
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Dina Najjar, Bipasha Baruah, Aden A. Aw-Hassan, Bentaibi Abderrahim, Girma Kassie. (23/4/2018). Gendered Inequity in Wages and Working Conditions for Landless Agricultural Labourers in Morocco. Canada: Institute for the Study of International Development.
Women increasingly perform the majority of agricultural work in the Global South, including the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, yet research on the gendered dynamics of agricultural wage labour in MENA areas is limited. New research from Saiss in Morocco, an area where fruit production is practiced on a large-scale and is highly dependent on wage work, finds that gender norms, working conditions and wages interact to shape the experiences of landless female and male agricultural labourers
Aw-Hassan, Aden A.https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9236-4949