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Guía para la acción normativa y programática a nivel país para afrontar el aumento de los precios de los alimentos

Iniciativa de la FAO relativa al aumento de los precios de los alimentos









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    The Team of Specialists on ‘Gender and Forestry’ was established in April 2004 by a decision of the former FAO/ECE/ILO Joint Committee on Forest Technology, Management and Training. The objective was to raise visibility of women and women’s involvement in the forestry sector and to understand the gender structures throughout the sector. The Team’s mandate was developed from discussions and recommendations at the FAO/ECE/ILO seminar in Viseu, Portugal in 2001, and has been regarded as par t of a strategic framework for the work carried out by the Team during the two years period. The Team focussed on reviewing relevant and available data, which is compiled and presented in this Final Report. The Team was made up of 15 specialists from across Europe and North America, and the work has mainly been carried out by team members. I would like to thank the Team for their contribution and goodwill, and for committing themselves on top of normal duties to execute the manadate given by the former joint committee. In particular, I thank the Team coordinators Anna Springfors and Simmoné Rose, the editors Renate Späeth, Marion Karman and Maria Gianinni and the lay-out artist Maria Guardia. In addition to Team members’ work, very valuable contributions have been made by a number of other persons; Inna Hakobjanyan, Mike Fullerton, Željka Ivanoviý, Marilena Idžojtiý, Katja Turunen, Ritva Toivonen, Laura Secco, Laura Peruch, Viera Petrasova, Zusana Sarvasova Lea Jy lha, Diana Mizaraite, Uta Hohn, Andreas Keil, Orhan Güles, Mulualem Tigabu, Robert Nygård, Margareta Söderberg Maria Hehn and Till Westermayer. I would like to thank them all for their efforts which have enriched this Final Report. However, the work on this important subject is not fi nished, indeed scarcely begun. I hope that what we have done will not only raise awareness, but also lead to actions for a better gender balance in forestry.

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