4 May - Meseret Tsige Abebe - (LANDSAM)

Norwegian title of thesis:
Kjønnsrelatert landbruksutvikling gjennom klimasmart landbruk: Analyse av effekter for kvinnelige etiopiske småbrukere.

Prescribed trial lecture:
What is the added value of the latest developments on women’s empowerment and intersectionality to advancing a feminist approach to understanding the gender dimensions of CSA?

Date: April 30
Time: 12:30
Place: Zoom

The trial lecture was approved!

Time and place for the public defence:

Date: May 4th
Place: ZOOM: https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/819134757

12:30 - 13:10        Welcome and presentation of the research by the candidate
13:10 - 13:15         break
13:15 -ca 14:00   Public Defence

Evaluation committee:
First opponent: Dr. Julie Newton, KIT Royal Tropical Institute, The Netherlands
Second opponent: Dr. Mark Breusers, Faculty of Social Sciences, KU Leuven, Belgium
Committee coordinator: ProfessorDarley Kjosavik, NMBU, Norway

Main supervisor: Associate Professor Gry Synnevåg, Noragric, Faculty of Landscape and Society, NMBU
Co-supervisor: Professor Jens Aune, Noragric, Faculty of Landscape and Society, NMBU

The doctoral thesis is available for public review.
For those who want access to the thesis please send an email to: Josie.teurlings@nmbu.no

Thesis abstract

More information about the PhD research

This public defence will be held completely digital since physical presence is hindered as a result of the Corona situation. All are welcome, but please read guidelines below before you attend. This to make sure that the disputation can be held without too much interruptions and noise.

Guidelines for attending the defence on ZOOM:
- Do not use camera
- Put your microphone on mute
- If anyone has a question/comment, please use the chat function in Zoom, and the hosts of the meeting will answer you.
- The defence will be open to the public and the audience can ask ex auditorio questions when invited to do so.
- We advise you to test your own equipment before attending.

Relatert innhold
Constraints on women limit the success of climate-smart agriculture

Constraints on women limit the success of climate-smart agriculture

Climate-smart agriculture, a development buzzword in recent years, is limited by gender constraints in Ethiopia with social, economic and political restrictions hampering its success, according to new doctoral research by Meseret Tsige.

Published 12. januar 2021 - 7:56 - Updated 12. januar 2021 - 7:56