Land governance through a different lens using participatory photography with myanmars female farmers

Land governance through a different lens using participatory photography with myanmars female farmers

Participatory photography is an innovative way for researchers to understand the nuanced perspectives of vulnerable groups – but what does it look like in practice? In this information brief, we explore: what participatory photography is, why researchers might consider using this method, and how it can be applied. Using Land Core Group’s (LCG) Land and Gender Project as a case study, we reflect on some of the lessons learned, and explore how this approach contributed to our key research findings on gender dynamics in rural Myanmar.

Land governance through a different lens using participatory photography with myanmars female farmers (ENG)

Land governance through a different lens using participatory photography with myanmars female farmers (MM)