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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Small Farmers
Barrientos, Stepanie Ware, Andrienetta Kritzinger and Hester Rossouw. .  "National Labour Legislation in an Informal Context: Women Workers in Export Horticulture in South Africa."  in Marilyn Carr, ed.  Chains of Fortune: Linking Women Producers and Workers with Global Markets.  London:  Commonwealth Secretariat.
Barrientos, Stephanie, Gary Gereffi and Arianna Rossi. .  Economic and Social Upgrading in Global Production Networks: Developing a Framework for Analysis.
Bhowmik, Sharit K. .  "Living Conditions of Tea Plantation Workers."  Economic and Political Weekly,  Vol. 50,  Issue No. 46-47.
Bhutani, Shalini. .  "IPRs for Farmers."  Economic and Political Weekly,  Vol. 50,  Issue No. 32.
Carr, Marilyn. .  Introductory Paper for the Africa Regional Workshop on Informal Workers/Producers in Food and Forest Global Commodity Chains.  WIEGO.
Chan, Man-Kwun. 2013-06-01T00:00:00.  Informal Workers in Global Horticulture and Commodities Value Chains: A Review of Literature.  WIEGO (Global Trade) Working Paper No. 28,
Chan, Man-Kwun. 2012-01-01T00:00:00.  Making Agricultural Value Chain Programmes Work for Workers: A Practical Guide for Development Donors and Practitioners.  WIEGO Technical Brief (Global Trade) No. 4,
Chen, Martha. .  Self Employed Women : A Profile of SEWA's Membership.  Self-Employed Women's Association.
Dalton, William J.. .  Linking farmers to growing markets: Excerpts from a field officer’s journal in Siem Reap, Cambodia.  ILO.
du Toit, Andries and Joachim Ewert. .  "Myths of Globalisation: Private Regulation and Farm Worker Livelihoods on Western Cape Farms."  Transformation,  Vol. 50,