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Biofueling Hunger: How US Corn Ethanol Policy Drives Up Food Prices in Mexico

There is widespread agreement that biofuels expansion, with its direct diversion of food and feed crops and its indirect impact through competition for land and other food-producing resources, has
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Women's Land Rights Project in Guatemala, India, and Sierra Leone: Empowering poor and excluded women and fighting against poverty and hunger through enhanced access to and control over land - Consolidated Baseline Report

The women’s land rights project is being implemented by ActionAid (AA) in Guatemala, India and Sierra Leone in recognition of the hard fact that struggles for women’s land rights have not yet
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Evaluation of ActionAid's response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake

On January 12, 2010, an earthquake of magnitude 7.3 on the Richter scale rocked Haiti. It was the most powerful earthquake to have struck the country for 200 years.  An estimated 220,000 people were
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Haitians rebuilding Haiti - progress six months on from the earthquake

Six months on from the devastating Haiti earthquake, this report outlines ActionAid's response and tells the stories of some of the people we are working with.

Women and the city

This report uses participatory methods to measure safety developed by a range of organisations in the “safe cities movement” to document the lives of women whose knowledge and views of their urban
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Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture (CRSA) Experiences

Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture (CRSA) is an initiative ActionAid and partners have been developing, based on the science and practices of agroecology and the recognition of people’s right
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Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture: Experiences from ActionAid and its partners

Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture (CRSA) is an initiative ActionAid and partners have been developing, based on the science and practices of agroecology and the recognition of people’s right
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Haiti: Avoiding Another Dangerous Delay

In Haiti, grassroots communities, international partners, and the government are sounding the alarm of an impending food crisis, with potentially disastrous consequences for nearly 2 million Haitians
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Women and the City 2

It is now well recognized that women and girls around the world face violence, sexual harassment and abuse in many of the spaces that they inhabit – their homes, workplaces, educational institutes, on
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From marginalisation to empowerment

The potential of land rights to contribute to gender equality – observations from Guatemala, India and Sierra Leone.For many years, activists have campaigned for women’s rights to access, control, and