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2019 publications

Babon, A., Cox J., Denney, L., Kelly, P., Luana, D., Lusby, S., Okole, H., Roche, C., Somare-Brash, D. & Thomas, B. (2019, 1 April). Report: Sub-national governance assessment refresh.

Babon, A. (2019, 22 March). Understanding the role of technical assistance in reform processes.

Babon, A. & Thomas, B. (2019, 26 February). Case study research: 'You have to bring a pig': How technical advisors work politically in the PNG Decentralisation and Citizen Participation Partnership.

Babon, A. (2019, 14 February). Is knowledge brokering broken?

Babon, A., Cox. J., Kelly, P., Luana, D., Lusby, S., Okole, H., Roche, C., Somare-Brash, D., Thomas. B., (2019). Women in business.

Babon, A., Cox. J., Kelly, P., Luana, D., Lusby, S., Okole, H., Roche, C., Somare-Brash, D., Thomas. B., (2019). Governance Focus Groups.

Babon, A., Cox. J., Kelly, P., Luana, D., Lusby, S., Okole, H., Roche, C., Somare-Brash, D., Thomas. B., (2019). Sub-national Governance Card Sorting Workshop 2.

Babon, A., Cox. J., Kelly, P., Luana, D., Lusby, S., Okole, H., Roche, C., Somare-Brash, D., Thomas. B., (2019). Sub-national Governance Card Sorting Workshop 1.

Cox, J. (2019). Money Schemes in Contemporary Melanesia. In E. Hirsch & W. Rollason (Eds.), The Melanesian World. (pp.180-193). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315529691

Cox, J., Varea, R., Finau, G., Tarai, J., Kant, R., Titifanue, J. & Neef, A. (2019). Disaster Preparedness and the Abeyance of Agency: Christian Responses to Tropical Cyclone Winston in Fiji. Anthropological Forum. https://doi.org/10.1080/00664677.2019.1647833

Cox, J. (2019). The social and political effects of Tropical Cyclone Winston in Fiji: recent research perspectives. SGDIA Working Paper Series. https://www.usp.ac.fj/fileadmin/files/Institutes/piasdg/SGDIA/SGDIA_WP_Series_2017/SGDIA_Working_Paper_12_-_John_Cox.pdf

Cox, J., Spark, C. & Corbett, J. (2019, 21 August). Gender, Political Representation and Symbolic Capital: How Some Women Politicians Succeed. Retrieved from: https://www.dlprog.org/opinions/Gender,%20Political%20Representation%20and%20Symbolic%20Capital:%20How%20Some%20Women%20Politicians%20Succeed

Denney, L. (2019, 26 February). Knowledge helpdesk request: People’s expectations of leaders in Papua New Guinea and implications for leadership.

Finau, G., Jacobs, K., & Chand, S., (2019). Agents of alienation: accountants and the land grab of Papua New Guinea. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal. 32(5), (pp.1558-1584). https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/AAAJ-10-2017-3185/full/html

Kant, R. (2019). Ethnic Blindness in Ethnically Divided Society: Implications for Ethnic Relations in Fiji. In S. Ratuva (Ed.) The Palgrave Handbook of Ethnicity. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-0242-8_153-1

Kelly, P. (2019, 1 August). Positive outliers – jumping from complex problems to out there solutions.

Kelly, P. (2019, 1 April). Guidance note: Guide to card sorting technique.

Kelly, P. & Roche, C. (2019, 30 July). Guidance note: Positive outliers - What they are, where to find them and how to learn from them.

Price, C. (2019, 12 August). In conversation with Larrissa Molai, Senior Coordinator Disability Inclusion.

Price, C. (2019, 12 March). Walking the talk – developmental research in action.

Spark, C., Cox, J. & Corbett, J. (2019). Gender, political representation and symbolic capital: how some women politicians succeed. Third World Quarterly. 40(7). 1227-1245. https://doi.org/10.1080/01436597.2019.1604132

Tarai, J. (2019). Social media and Fiji’s 2018 national election. Pacific Journalism Review: Te Koakoa, 25(1&2), 52-64. https://doi.org/10.24135/pjr.v25i1and2.476

Thomas, B. (2019, 1 August). Reflections from the RDI conference; lessons for PNG.

Thomas, B., Kabui, P., Pascoe, S. and Babon, A. (2019, 6 March). Gender equality and social inclusion mapping.

Wild. K., Gomes, L., Fernandes, A., de Araujo, G., Madeira, I., Matos, L.C., McDonald, S., Taft, A. (2019). Responding to violence against women: A qualitative study with midwives in Timor-Leste. Women and Birth, 32(4):e459-e466. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2018.10.008

2018 publications

Babon, A., Cox. J., Kelly, P., Luana, D., Lusby, S., Okole, H., Roche, C., Somare-Brash, D., Thomas. B., (2018). Participatory youth consultations on governance.

Babon, A. and Denney, L. (2018, 20 September). The role of research and learning in adaptive programming. DevPolicy Blog. http://www.devpolicy.org/the-role-of-research-and-learning-in-adaptive-programming-20180920

Brimacombe, T., Kant, R., Finau, G., Tarai, J. Titifanue, J. (2018). A new frontier in digital activism: An exploration of digital feminism in Fiji. Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies, Special Issue: The Pacific in the twenty-first century. 5(3), 508-521. https://doi.org/10.1002/app5.253

Brimacombe, T., Finau, G., Kant, R., Tarai, J. and Titifanue, J. (2018). Digital feminism in Fiji. Developmental Leadership Program, Research Paper 59.

Brimacombe, T. and Roche, C. (2018) Power Politics & Collective Action: Lessons for supporting gendered coalitions. Development Bulletin 79. https://crawford.anu.edu.au/rmap/devnet/devnet/db-79.pdf

Cox, J. (2018). Fast Money Schemes: Hope and Deception in Papua New Guinea. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press

Cox, J., Finau, G., Kant, R., Tarai, J., and Titifanue, J., (2018). Disaster, Divine Judgment, and Original Sin: Christian Interpretations of Tropical Cyclone Winston and Climate Change in Fiji. The Contemporary Pacific, 30(2), 380-410. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/cp.2018.0032

Cox, J. (2018). The prosperity gospel in anthropology and theology: the case of fast money schemes in Papua New Guinea. St Mark’s Review, Issue 244, 87-99. https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=972876085874198;res=IELHSS

Cox, J. (2018, 1 April). Becoming Landowners: Entanglements of Custom and Modernity in Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste [Review of the Book Becoming Landowners: Entanglements of Custom and Modernity in Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste by Victoria Stead.] The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 29(1), 133-134. https://doi.org/10.1111/taja.12265

Denney, L. (2018, 11 September). Walking the adaptive talk. Devpolicy Blog. http://www.devpolicy.org/walking-the-adaptive-talk-20180911

Derbyshire, H., Gibson, S., Hudson, D., and Roche, C. (2018). Briefing Note: Politically Informed, Gender Aware Programming: Five Lessons from Practice. Birmingham: Development Leadership Program.

Derbyshire, H., Siow, O., Gibson, S., Hudson, D., and Roche, C. (2018). From Silos to Synergy: Learning from Politically Informed, Gender Aware Programmes, Gender and Politics in Practice. Birmingham: Development Leadership Program.

Finau, G., Cox, J., Tarai, J., Kant, R., Varea, R., and Titifanue, J. (2018). Social media and disaster communication: A case study of Cyclone Winston. Pacific Journalism Review: Te Koakoa, 24(1), 123-137. https://doi.org/10.24135/pjr.v24i1.400

Hayes, N., Intrina, L., Kelly, PR. (2018). Institutionalizing Inequality: Calculative Practices and Regimes of Inequality in International Development. Organization Studies, 39(9), 1203-1226. https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840617694067

Hoatson, L., 2018. Practice Note: The Role of Research in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in the Solomon Islands Governance and Justice Programs, Cardno and La Trobe University

Hudson, D., Mcloughlin, C., Marquette, H., and Roche, C., (2018). Inside the black box of political will: 10 years of findings from the Developmental Leadership Program. Birmingham: Development Leadership Program. Retrieved from http://www.dlprog.org/publications/inside-the-black-box-of-political-will.php

Hudson, D., Mcloughlin, C., Marquette, H., and Roche, C., (2018). Developmental Leadership: What it is, why it matters, and how it can be supported. Birmingham: Development Leadership Program.

Institute for Human Security and Social Change (2018). Learning module – Bullying.

Institute for Human Security and Social Change (2018). Learning module - Organisational change.

Institute for Human Security and Social Change (2018). Learning module - Performance management.

Kant, R., Titifanue, J., Tarai, J., and Finau, G. (2018). Internet under threat?: The politics of online censorship in the Pacific Islands. Pacific Journalism Review: Te Koakoa, 24(2), 64-83. https://doi.org/10.24135/pjr.v24i2.444

Kelly, PR. (2018) An activity theory study of data, knowledge, and power in the design of an international development NGO impact evaluation. Information Systems Journal, 28(3), 465– 488. https://doi.org/10.1111/isj.12187

McMichael, C. (2018). Toilet Talk: Eliminating Open Defecation and Improved Sanitation in Nepal. Medical Anthropology Cross-Cultural Studies in Health and Illness. 27(4), 294-310. https://doi.org/10.1080/01459740.2017.1371150

Oliver, S., Hollingworth, S., Briner, R., Swann, C., Hinds, K., and Roche, C. (2018). Effective and efficient committee work: A Systematic overview of multidisciplinary literatures. Evidence Base, 2018(2), 1-21, http://dx.doi.org/10.21307/eb-2018-002

Oliver, S., Roche, C., Stewart, R., Bangpan, M., Dickson, K., Pells, K., Cartwright, N., Hargreaves, J., Gough, D. (2018). Stakeholder Engagement for Development Impact Evaluation and Evidence Synthesis. London: CEDIL Inception Paper 3. Retrieved from https://cedilprogramme.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Stakeholder-Engagement-for-Development.pdf

Orrnert, A. (2018). Youth initiatives, Supporting citizen engagement with government and civic life.

Pascoe, S. (2018). The difference between a case study, impact story and success story.

Pascoe, S. (2018). Guide to ethical and gender-sensitive research.

Pascoe, S. (2018). Guide to note taking.

Pasoce, S. (2018). Guide to thematic analysis in research.

Pasoce, S. (2018). Women's representation in parliament.

Rangou, J., Babon, A., Gibson, K. and Kelly, L. (2018). Leadership Audit: Curriculum Mapping for Leadership Training in Papua New Guinea.

Roche, C., and Brimacombe, T. (2018). Power politics and collective action: Lessons for supporting gendered coalitions. Development Bulletin 79, 83-87. https://crawford.anu.edu.au/rmap/devnet/devnet/db-79.pdf

Roche, C. (2018). Why We Lie about Aid: Development and the Messy Politics of Change [Review of the Book Why We Lie about Aid: Development and the Messy Politics of Change by Pablo Yanguas.], The Journal of Development Studies 54(12), 1-2. https://doi.org/10.1080/00220388.2018.1483223

Roche, C., Cox, J., Derbyshire, H., Gibson, S., & Hudson, D. (2018). The Bigger Picture: Gender and Politics in Practice. Birmingham: Development Leadership Program. Retrieved from http://www.dlprog.org/gender-and-politics-in-practice/publications/the-bigger-picture.php

Roche, C. (2018). Submission on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) from the Institute for Human Security and Social Change at La Trobe University, to the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee of the Australian Senate, 29 March.

Roche, C. and Kelly, L. (2018, 18 September). Monitoring and evaluation for adaptive programming. DevPolicy Blog. http://www.devpolicy.org/monitoring-and-evaluation-for-adaptive-programming-20180918

Roche, C. (2018, 3 July). Simplicity, Accountability and Relationships: Three ways to ensure MEL supports Adaptive Management. From Poverty to Power – Duncan Green’s Blog. https://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/simplicity-accountability-and-relationships-three-ways-to-ensure-mel-supports-adaptive-management/

Rousseau, B., and Kenneth-Watson, D. (2018). Supporting Coalition-based Reform in Vanuatu. Developmental Leadership Program, Research Paper 51. Retrieved from http://www.dlprog.org/publications/supporting-coalition-based-reform-in-vanuatu.php

Sackett, L., Kant, R., and Titifanue, J. (2018). The Rotuma Bill No. 6 of 2015: What is at stake for Rotuma? SGDIA Working Paper Series. Working Paper number 4. Retrieved from: https://www.usp.ac.fj/fileadmin/files/faculties/business/SGDIA/SGDIA_Working_Paper_Series_-_No.4_-_Final.pdf

Spark, C., Cox, J., and Corbett, J., (2018). Being the First: Women leaders in the Pacific Islands. Developmental Leadership Program Gender and Politics in Practice series. Retrieved from http://www.dlprog.org/gender-and-politics-in-practice/publications/women-leaders-in-the-pacific-islands.php

Strachan, A. (2018). Extractive industries and local governance.

Strachan, A. (2018). Methods for monitoring and evaluating local government performance. Retrieved from https://www.knowledge-exchange.net/publications-content/2019/3/5/methods-for-monitoring-and-evaluating-local-government-performance

Strachan, A. (2018). Selecting private sector partners in supporting governance programming.

Tarai, J. (2018). Unpacking Fiji internet law narratives: Online safety or online regulation? Pacific Journalism Review 24(2), 84-94. https://doi.org/10.24135/pjr.v24i2.443

Tarai, J. and Drugunalevu, E. (2018). Citizen journalism, social media & the media in Fiji.  SGDIA Working Paper Series. Working Paper number 7. Retrieved from: https://www.usp.ac.fj/fileadmin/files/faculties/business/SGDIA/SGDIA_WORKING_PAPER_SERIES_-_No._7_Jope_Tarai_and_Eliki_Drugunalevu.pdf

Tarai, J. (2018, 30 November). 2018 Fiji elections: the real losses and wins. DevPolicy Blog. http://www.devpolicy.org/fiji-2018-elections-the-real-losses-and-wins-20181203

Thomas B. (2018). Youth and governance.

Timmis H. (2018). Influencing policy with technical assistance.

Timmis, H. (2018). Influencing policy makers with behavioural insights.

Titifanue, J., Varea, RR., Varea, R., Kant, R., Finau, G. (2018). Digital diaspora, reinvigorating Indigenous identity and online activism: social media and the reorientation of Rotuman identity. Media International Australia, 169(1), 32-42. https://doi.org/10.1177/1329878X18803377

Wild, K., Gomes, L., Fernandes, A., de Araujod, G., Madeirab, I., da Conceicao Matosb, L. Taft, A. (2018). Responding to violence against women: A qualitative study with midwives in Timor-Leste. Women and Birth: Journal of the Australian College of Midwives https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2018.10.008

2017 publications

Aggarwal, N. (2017, 9 November). Internship with the Institute for Human Security and Social Change: Diary Entry One. A World of Heritage.  http://aworldofheritage.tumblr.com/post/167304487975/internship-with-the-institute-for-human-security

Aggarwal, N. (2017, 11 November). Internship with the Institute for Human Security and Social Change: Diary Entry Two. A World of Heritage.  http://aworldofheritage.tumblr.com/post/167396910280/internship-with-the-institute-for-human-security

Aggarwal, N. (2017, 11 November). Internship with the Institute for Human Security and Social Change: Diary Entry Three. A World of Heritage.  http://aworldofheritage.tumblr.com/post/167397145885/internship-with-the-institute-for-human-security

Brimacombe, T. (2017). Pacific policy pathways: Young women online and offline in: M. Macintyre and C. Spark, eds., Transformations of Gender in Melanesia, 1st ed. Acton: ANU Press, 141-162. https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/series/pacific-series/transformations-gender-melanesia

Brimacombe, T. and Baú, V. (2017). Media Approaches to Communicating for Development. Communication for Development Proceedings. Network Conference Side Event, 13-14 June, University of Sydney, Sydney. https://rdinetwork.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/C4D-Rountable-Proceedings.pdf

Brimacombe, T., Kant, R., Finau, G., Tarai, J. and Titifanue, J. (2017, 14 March). #Feminism: digital technologies and feminist activism in Fiji. DevPolicyBlog. http://www.devpolicy.org/feminism-digital-technologies-and-feminist-activism-in-fiji-20170314/

Cox, J. (2017). Kindy and grassroots gender transformations in Solomon Islands. In: M. Macintyre and C. Spark, eds., Transformations of Gender in Melanesia, 1st ed. Acton: ANU Press, 69-93.

Cox, J. (2017, 28 April). Presidential Profile – Hilda Heine, the first woman to head an independent Pacific Islands state. Presidential Power.

Finlayson, C. (2017, 24 January). Trade Unions as platforms for social change. Institute for Human Security and Social Change Blog. https://practiceforchange.org/2017/01/24/trade-unions-as-platforms-for-social-change/

Finlayson, C. (2017, 2 August). How do you actually do action research? Institute for Human Security and Social Change Blog. https://practiceforchange.org/2017/08/02/how-do-you-actually-do-action-research/

Hayes, N., Introna, L. D., & Kelly, P. (2017). Institutionalizing Inequality: Calculative practices and regimes of inequality in international development. Organization Studies, 0170840617694067. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0170840617694067

Kant, R. (2017) Casting a blind eye:  Is Fiji’s 2013 ‘ethnically- blind’ constitution a path to democratic stability? Journal of South Pacific Law. 1:3 – 36. http://www.usp.ac.fj/fileadmin/random_images/home_middle_banners/emalus/JSPL/2017_Special_Edition/Articles/1._Romitesh_Kant_-_Casting_a_Blind_Eye_3-36.pdf

Kelly, L. (2017) Central Land Council, Community Development Monitoring Report, 2016-17, Central Land Council, Alice Springs.

Roche, C. (2017). Institute for Human Security and Social Change, La Trobe University, Foreign Policy White Paper Submission, 27 February. https://www.fpwhitepaper.gov.au/sites/g/files/net3551/f/submission/170228-487-la-trobe-university_s-institute-for-human-security-and-social-change.pdf

Roche, C. and Gibson, S. (2017, 14 February). Gender analysis, and thinking and working politically – bridging the gap. http://www.devpolicy.org/gender-analysis-thinking-working-politically-bridging-gap-20170214/

Smith, Y. (2017, 21 June). Partnerships: Handle with Care. https://acfid.asn.au/blog-post/partnerships-handle-care

Tavaiqia, L. and Finau, G. (2017) Public accountability, public accounts committee and constitutional design: a case study of Fiji. Journal of South Pacific Law. 1: 55 – 72. http://www.usp.ac.fj/fileadmin/random_images/home_middle_banners/emalus/JSPL/2017_Special_Edition/Articles/3._Lagakali_Tavaiqia_and_Glen_Finau_-_Public_Accountability__Public_Accounts_and_Constitutional_Design_55-72.pdf

2016 publications

Brimacombe, T. (2016) ‘Trending Trousers: Debating Kastom, Clothing and Gender in the Vanuatu Mediascape’, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 17(1): 17-33. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14442213.2015.1116595

Brimacombe, T. (2016) Communication for Development, DLP Concept Brief 07, Birmingham: Developmental Leadership Program.

Chapman, R., Kelly, L. & Ford, T. (2016) How to adopt new ways of working for social change in Australia Ahead of the Curve, An Agenda for International Development to 2025, ACFID, Canberra.

Cox, J. (2016). ‘Bandit singsing: the tourism unexperience. In K. Alexeyeff and J. Taylor (eds). Touring Pacific Cultures. Canberra: ANU Press, 379-392. http://press-files.anu.edu.au/downloads/press/n2159/pdf/ch25.pdf

Cox, J. (2016). ‘Bandit singsing: the tourism unexperience. In K. Alexeyeff and J. Taylor (eds). Touring Pacific Cultures. Canberra: ANU Press, 379-392. http://press-files.anu.edu.au/downloads/press/n2159/pdf/ch25.pdf

Cox, J. (2016). ‘Value and the art of deception: public morality in a Papua New Guinean Ponzi scheme’. In L. F. Angosto-Ferrandez and G. H. Presterudstuen (eds) Anthropologies of Value: Cultures of Accumulation across the Global North and South. London: Pluto Press, 51-74.

Cox, J. (2016). Review of Street, A. 2014. Biomedicine in an Unstable Place: Infrastructure and Personhood in a Papua New Guinean Hospital. American Anthropologist 118(2):456-7. https://anthrosource.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/aman.12549

Cox, J. (2016). A key moment in history, anthropology and Island Melanesia: Review of E. Hviding and C. Berg (eds) The Ethnographic Experiment: A.M. Hocart and W.H.R Rivers in Island Melanesia, 1908. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 57(1): 140-1. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/apv.12104

Denney, L. & McLaren, R. (2016). Thinking and working politically to support developmental leadership and coalitions: The Pacific Leadership Program. DLP Research Paper 40. Suva / Birmingham: Pacific Leadership Program / Developmental Leadership Program.

Denney, L. and McLaren, R. (2016, 11 November). Putting ‘thinking and working politically’ into practice – with a gender and Pacific twist. DevPolicy blog. http://devpolicy.org/putting-thinking-and-working-politically-into-practice-with-a-gender-and-pacific-twist-20161110/

Fletcher, G., Brimacombe, T. & Roche, C. (2016). Power, politics and coalitions in the Pacific: Lessons from collective action on gender and power, DLP Research Paper. Suva / Birmingham: Pacific Women / Developmental Leadership Program, University of Birmingham.

Kelly, L. (2016) The Australia Africa Community Engagement Scheme, Effective Partnerships for Sustainable Development. Program review 2011 – 2016, DFAT, Canberra.

Kelly, L. (2016) Central Land Council Community Development Monitoring Program, Monitoring Report January 2-15-June 2016, Central Land Council, Alice Springs. https://www.clc.org.au/publications/cat/community-development-news

Lyons, A., Fletcher, G., Farmer, J., Kenny, A., Bourke, L., Carra, K & Emily Bariola, E. (2016) Participation in rural community groups and links with psychological well-being and resilience: a cross-sectional community-based study. BMC Psychology 4:16 DOI 10.1186/s40359-016-0121-8 https://bmcpsychology.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40359-016-0121-8

Roche, C. & Madvig, A. (2016) ‘Working towards Transformational Development and the Sustainable Development Goals’. Institute for Human Security and Social Change Research report, La Trobe University, Bundoora. https://acfid.asn.au/sites/site.acfid/files/resource_document/TDSDG%20report%2018.10.16.pdf

Roche, C. (2016, 19 February). Politics, risk and development: three takeaways. DLP. http://www.dlprog.org/opinions/politics-risk-and-development-three-takeaways.php

Roche, C. (2016, 15 April). What is transformative leadership? University World News. http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20160412200253987

Roche, C. and Koorey, S. (2016, 2 June). Making Change Happen – Be Part of Unique Professional Development Opportunity. ACFID Blog. https://acfid.asn.au/blog-post/making-change-happen-–-be-part-unique-professional-development-opportunity

Roche, C. and Madvig, A. (2016, 25 October). Working towards transformational development and the Sustainable Development Goals. ACFID blog. https://acfid.asn.au/blog-post/working-towards-transformational-development-and-sustainable-development-goals

Roche, C. (2016, 15 November). Overcoming Premature Evaluation. From Poverty to Power: How active citizens and effective states can change the world. Oxfam blog. https://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/overcoming-premature-evaluation/

Roche, C. (2016, 19 February). Politics, risk and development: three takeaways. DLP. http://www.dlprog.org/opinions/politics-risk-and-development-three-takeaways.php

Thornton, T. (2016) 'The “complexity revolution” seen from a historical and heterodox perspective'. In Reclaiming Pluralism in Economics J Courvisanos, A Millmow and J Doughney (ed). London: Routledge.

Thornton, T. (2016). From Economics to Political Economy: The Promise, Problems and Solutions of Pluralist Economics, London: Routledge.

2015 publications

Brimacombe, T. & Bau, V. (2015) Report of Proceedings: Communication for Development Approaches in the Australian NGO Sector and Academia. June 5, 2015.

Fletcher, G. (2015) Addressing Gender in Impact Evaluation: What Should be Considered? Methods Lab publication. ODI/DFAT/Better Evaluation.

Fletcher, G. (2015) The knowledge gap: examining the rhetoric and implementation of peer education for HIV prevention in Myanmar. Sex Education, 15(4):1-14. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14681811.2015.1028529

Fletcher, G. (2015) Gender, Sexuality and Inequality. Developmental Leadership Program Concept Brief.

Fletcher, G. (2015) From Principles to Practice: A Tool to Help Identify and Question Assumptions that Lie Behind Work with MSM and Transgender People. Bangkok, Thailand: APCOM.

Roche C. with. Eyben,R. I. Guijt, I. & Shutt.C. (eds.) (2015) The Politics of Evidence and Results in International Development: Playing the game to change the rules? Practical Action Publishing.

Roche, C. (2015) The Politics of Juggling Multiple Accountability Disorder. In R. Eyben, I. Guijt, C. Roche & C. Shutt (eds.) The Politics of Evidence and Results in International Development: Playing the game to change the rules? Practical Action Publishing.

Roche C. (2015) DLP’s Theory of Change and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework. October 2015.

Roche C. & Kelly, L. (2015) Theory of Change and Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for the Healing Foundation. Social Compass.

Roche, C. & Kelly, L. (2015) Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development Proposal Papers: support to women’s collective action and monitoring and evaluation processes. DFAT.

Thornton, T. (2015) ‘The Changing Face of Mainstream Economics?’ Journal of Australian Political Economy, Winter.

2014 publications

Fletcher, G. (2014) ‘You just wanna be like everyone else’: Exploring the experiences of gay, lesbian, bisexual and queer sportspeople through a languaging lens. In Annals of Leisure Research: ANZAL Conference Special Issue 17(4).

Fletcher, G., Kyaw Thu; Pyae Phyo Maung; Naw Margueritta Mu Yeh Hpeh & Kyaw Myint (2014). The Paung Ku model: encouraging change through learning. In Development in Practice 24(2) pp. 298-306. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09614524.2014.884995

Fletcher, G. (2014) Just how do we create change? Sites of contradiction and the ‘black box’ of change in primary prevention. In Preventing Sexual Violence: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Overcoming a Rape Culture (eds: Henry, Nicola; Powell, Anastasia). Chapter 7, pp. 127-149. New York and London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Fletcher, G., Greet Peersman and Irene Guijt (2014) ‘It’s the principle of the thing: how do we ensure that evaluation contributes to closing gaps between international development rhetoric and practice?’. Round Table symposium. Australasian Evaluation Society Conference, Darwin, Australia.

McMichael, C., Nunn, C., Gifford, S. and Correa-Velez, I. (2014) Studying refugee settlement with longitudinal research: methodological and ethical challenges from the Good Starts study. Journal of Refugee Studies https://academic.oup.com/jrs/article/28/2/238/1540517

McMichael, C., Temple-Smith, M. and Gifford, S. (2014) Diversity and difference: the cultural shaping of sexual health. In: M. Temple-Smith and S. Gifford (eds.) Sexual Health: a multidisciplinary approach. IP Communications: Melbourne.

McMichael, C. (2014) Food security, climate change and migration. In: R. Akhtar (ed.) Environmental deterioration and human health: natural and anthropogenic determinants Springer: New Delhi.

McMichael, C. (2014) ‘Refugees, Health and Gender’ The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/9781118410868.wbehibs351

McMichael, C. et al. (2014) Human security (group 5 report) In: Climate change and challenges to health: risks and opportunities. Recommendations from the 2014 Theo Murphy High Flyers Think Tank. Canberra: Australian Academy of Science.

O'Keefe, M (2014), 'Lessons from the Rise and Fall of the Military AIDS Hypothesis: Politics, Evidence and Persuasion', in Buse and Altman eds, Thinking Politically about HIV, Routledge. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13569775.2012.674340

O'Keefe, M, Roche C. et. al. (2014), Using Action Research and Learning for Politically Informed Programming, Research Paper 29, Developmental Leadership Program, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, September 2014 http://www.dlprog.org/publications/using-action-research-and-learning-for-politically-informed-programming.php

Roche, C. (2014), ‘The End of the Golden Age of NGOs?’ with Andrew Hewett, in 'Development futures: alternative pathways to end poverty', Development Bulletin, No. 76 August 2013, p.27-31 https://crawford.anu.edu.au/rmap/devnet/devnet/db-76.pdf

Roche, C. (2014), ‘Does Impact Evaluation in Development Matter? Well, It Depends What It’s For!’, European Journal of Development Research Vol 26:1 46-54, with Irene Guijt. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1057/ejdr.2013.40

Roche, C. (2014), 'A Changing Landscape for Partnerships: The Australian NGO experience' with Linda Kelly in Rethinking Partnerships in a Post-2015 World: Towards Equitable, Inclusive and Sustainable Development, Reality of Aid Report 2014, p.60-68. http://www.realityofaid.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/1.A-changing-Landscape-for-partnerships.pdf

Roche, C. (2014), 'Partnerships for Effective Development' with Linda Kelly and Fiona Donohoue, ACFID research report. https://acfid.asn.au/sites/site.acfid/files/resource_document/Partnerships-for-Effective-Development.pdf

Roche, C. and Ensor, J (2014), ‘Independent Evaluation of the Central Land Council's community development and governance programs’, report prepared for the Central Land Council, Northern Territory.

2013 publications

Eyben, R., Gujit, I., Roche, C., Shutt, C. and Whitty, B. (2013), The Politics of Evidence
Conference Report, United Kingdom, Institute of Development Studies. http://bigpushforward.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/BPF-PoE-conference-report.pdf

Roche, C. (2013). Organisational case study of an international NGO (INGO). Unpublished mimeo prepared for The Politics of Evidence Conference.

Roche, C. (2013), Effective partnerships between NGOs, civil society organisations and universities. Beyond 2015. Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Roche, C. (2013, 25 February). Epistemology: the elephant in the room? Big Push Forward Blog. http://bigpushforward.net/archives/2098

Roche, C. (2013, 4 April).  Mixed Methods to the Rescue? Or Playing the Game to Change the Rules… Big Push Forward Blog. http://bigpushforward.net/archives/2195

Roche, C. and Eyben, R. (2013, 22 January). The Political Implications of Evidence-Based Approaches (aka Start of This Week’s Wonkwar on the Results Agenda). From Politics to Power Blog. https://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/the-political-implications-of-evidence-based-approaches-aka-start-of-this-weeks-wonkwar-on-the-results-agenda/

Roche, C. and Eyben, R. (2013, 24 January). Evidence and results wonkwar final salvo (for now): Eyben and Roche respond to Whitty and Dercon + your chance to vote. From Politics to Power Blog. https://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/evidence-and-results-wonkwar-final-salvo-for-now-eyben-and-roche-respond-to-whitty-and-dercon-your-chance-to-vote/

Roche, C. and Hewett, A. (2013, 22 November). The end of the Golden Age of NGOs? DevPolicy Blog. http://www.devpolicy.org/the-end-of-the-golden-age-of-ngos-20131122/

Roche, C. and Hewett, A. (2013, 25 November) The end of the Golden Age of NGOs? Part 2. DevPolicy Blog. http://www.devpolicy.org/the-end-of-the-golden-age-of-ngos-part-2-20131125/