Procedural justice in value chains through public-private partnerships

Jodie Thorpe

Restricted access paper looking at the role for public private partnerships in making agriculture value chains work for smallholder farmers, based on case studies in Ghana, Indonesia, Rwanda, and Uganda. The focus on procedural justice allows for an in-depth discussion of governance systems and value chains. One of the findings is that farmer’s perceptions of the justice that is available to them will greatly affect their agency and actions within value chains. This, and other conclusions of the report, have implications for partnerships wishing to optimise the contributions of everybody involved – from farmworker to industry to government regulators and policy makers

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