REVIEW ABOUT FOOD SECURITY AND HUMAN CAPABILITIES
A key facet of Agarwal’s intellectual engagement is not just its range but it is contemporary relevance in concerns of justice. One like issue is food safety measures. Many argue that the right to food is a basic human right. Agarwal’s focus on land rights and on the environment impinges in major ways on food safety measures. But, in addition, she’s written on gender along with food security during droughts along with famines (2000), and provided a gender perspective on the global food crises along with potential differential effects associated with climate change on people. Avolume coedited with Britta Humphries and Ingrid Robeyns also deserves special mention: Abilities, Freedom and Equality (2006) fuses several perceptive essays about Amartya Sen’s work and ideas from your gender perspective, and extends the effort of Sen, a major writer on the thought of justice.