Pathways to Achieving Food Security, Sustainable Peace and Gender Equality: Evidence from Three FAO Interventions


Justino, Patria, Hagermen, Katharine, Jackson, Julius, Joshi, Indira, Sisto, Illaria, and Asha Bradley. 2018. “Pathways to Achieving Food Security, Sustainable Peace and Gender Equality: Evidence from Three FAO Interventions.” Development Policy Review 38 (1): 85-99.

Authors: Patricia Justino, Katharine Hagermen, Julius Jackson, Indira Joshi, Illaria Sista, Asha Bradley


There is increasing recognition that livelihood security, sustainable peace, conflict prevention and gender equality are complementary goals requiring integrated policy approaches, yet there is limited evidence on the links between these key development pillars.

Keywords: conflict, food security, gender equality, livelihoods, peace

Topics: Conflict Prevention, Development, Gender, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Livelihoods, Peace and Security, Security, Food Security

Year: 2018

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