Participatory Gender Training for Community Groups. Experiences from Nepal.
IWMI-media, 12 minute documentation
Presentation on Transformative practice and gender relations in water security projects, University of Oxford
Stephanie was interviewed about her Formas Mobility grant project for the 93. Feministische Geographie-Newsletter on Gender & Agri-Food Studies:
(Scroll down and open Newsletter No 93, p.14-16)
Covid-19, gender and small-scale farming in Nepal.
by Leder, S. & Shrestha, G. (2020)
To counter COVID-19 in Nepal, we must support small-scale women farmers.
by Shrestha, G. & Leder, S. (2020)
What does male out-migration mean for women in rural South Asia?
by Kadfak, A. & Leder, S. (2019)
Gender and space in the neo-liberal academy? Reflections from a feminist geographies summer school.
Why access to water may not benefit all women equally Oxfam Policy Practice Blog
by Leder, S. & Clement, F. (2017)
Empowering women for 50-50?
by Leder, S., Signs, M. (2016):
A gender-sensitive approach to dry season irrigation: Piloting a participatory gender training for farmers in Saptari, Nepal
by Leder, S. & Das, D. (2016)
A space to reflect
by Leder, S. (2016)
How should we engage youth in agriculture?
by Leder, S. (2015)
Improving dry season irrigation for marginal and tenant farmers through collective farming. Policies and Institutional Framework for Effective Water Management at a Local Level in the Eastern Gangetic Plains
Engaging Youth in Water, Land and Ecosystems