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Tropentag Konferenz 2023 in Berlin zum Thema: „Competing pathways for equitable food systems transformation: trade-offs and synergies“

Tropentag 2023 conference in Berlin on “Competing pathways for equitable food systems transformation: trade-offs and synergies“

The IUW team participated in the international Tropentag conference held in Berlin, from September 20th to 22nd, 2023. The leading theme of the conference was " Competing pathways for equitable food systems transformation: trade-offs and synergies".

In this conference, the IUW team presented their current research results in a total of three oral presentations and three posters. Ulrike Grote gave the laudatory speech for the three prize winners of the “Hans H. Ruthenberg-Graduate-Award” in a special session by the fiat panis foundation, Ulm.

Oral Presentations:

Robyn Blake-Rath: “Behavioural traits and resilience to droughts among farming households in Thailand”

Nelson Albert Ochieng: “Land tenure and agricultural crimes: Empirical evidence from rural Tanzania”

Oliver Schulte: “Building resilience or missing specification? Crop and labour diversification in Southeast Asia”

Posters:

Luzia Deißler: “Resilience and agroforestry options in rural Zambia: Identifying the vulnerable and tailoring support to their aspired future”

Brigitte Ruesink: “Is deforestation hindering refugee integration? The case of the Mantapala settlement in rural Zambia”

Eva Seewald: “The interdependence of different measurements of natural resources dependence and poverty: Comparative evidence from Vietnam”

Published by M. Gerberding