This article argues that it is imperative to take gender into consideration when evaluating the impact of the global food-price crisis and developing crisis-related policies. Consideration of gender is important, given the key role that women play in agriculture, the disproportionate impact that the crisis has on women, and the potential role that women can play in resolving the crisis. Recent research on differential impacts of the crisis is discussed, as are gender dimensions - or lack thereof - in policy responses.
- Gender and diversity
- Governance and public policy
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Geography, Planning and Development