Civic Innovation key publications

Civic Innovation Research Initiative - researching gender, ecology, conflict, civil society, frugal innovation, fair-trade, reproductive health, labour rights

Civic Innovation researchers regularly publish books and articles with world-renowned academic journals and publishers. The list below is a selection of our most relevant publications. (Civic Innovation researchers in bold)

For a full list of publications, please visit the researchers' individual profile page.

Key publications

K.A. Siegmann and S. Sathi (2022) 'Unfreedoms in South India’s Tea Value Chain: Reproduction and Resistance'Globalizations, March 24.

S. Sathi, B. Fantu, Z. Shigute et al. (2022) 'Experiences of Eritrean and Ethiopian Migrants during Covid 19 in the Netherlands' in Papyrakis, Elissaios (Ed), Covid 19 and International Development. The Hague, Netherlands: Springer.

S. Shathi (2021) 'How do we pay back? Women Health Workers and the COVID-19 pandemic in India', Globalizations, December 9

Wilcock, C. (2020) ‘Hybridising diasporic resistance to homeland peacebuilding: A case study of UK Sudanese activists and Sudanese peace’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 46 (11): 2443–61

H. Hintjens and R. Ubaldo (2020) Music and peacebuilding: African and Latin American experiences Lexington: Lantham-Boulder-New York-London

E.K. Onsongo & P. Knorringa (2020) 'Comparing frugality and inclusion in innovation for development: logic, process and outcome' Innovation and Development 1-21.

P. Milabyo Kyamusugulwa, Hilhorst D. and S.I. Bergh (2019) 'Pathways to women’s empowerment: Navigating the hybrid social order in eastern DRC' Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium (SLRC) Working paper 76 (March). London: SLRC and Overseas Development Institute (ODI).

N. van Stapele, L. Nencel & I. Sabelis (2019) 'On Tensions and Opportunities: Building Partnerships Between Government and Sex Worker-Led Organizations in Kenya in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS' Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 16 (2), 190-200

M. van Wessel, D. Hilhorst, L. Schulpen & K. Biekart (2019) 'Government and civil society organizations: Close but comfortable? Lessons from creating the Dutch "Strategic Partnerships for Lobby and Advocacy"’ Development Policy Review

M.S. Sreerekha, (2018) 'Rereading Nature, Reproduction and Motherhood: Towards an Alternative to Development' Reflections on Politics of Ecology, May 2018, Vol. IX, No. 1, pp. 34-42

S. de Jong, R.A. Icaza Garza & O.U. Rutazibwa (eds.) (2018) Decolonization and feminisms in global teaching and learning Abingdon, UK: Routledge

K.A. Siegmann, J.J.S. Merk & P. Knorringa (2017) 'Positive Class Compromise in Globalized Production? The Freedom of Association Protocol in the Indonesian Sportswear Industry' International Labour Review, 56 (3-4), 345-365

K.E. Cheney (2017) Crying for our elders: African orphanhood in the age of HIV and AIDS Chicago: The University of Chicago Press

W. Harcourt (ed.) (2017 Bodies in resistance: gender and sexual politics in the age of neoliberalism London: Palgrave Macmillan

S. Heumann, A.V. Portocarrero & C. Antillón Najlis in dialogue with M.T. Blandon, G. Gomez, A. Larios, A. Quiros Viquez & J. Urbina (2017) Dialogue: Transgendered bodies as subjects of feminism: A conversation and analysis about the inclusion of trans persons and politics in the Nicaraguan feminist movement. In W. Harcourt (ed.) Bodies in resistance: gender and sexual politics in the age of neoliberalism (pp. 163-187). London: Palgrave Macmillan

K. Biekart, W. Harcourt and P. Knorringa (eds) (2016) Exploring Civic Innovation for Social and Economic Transformation. London: Routledge.

G.M. Gomez & P. Dini (2016) 'Making sense of a crank case: monetary diversity in Argentina (1999-2003)' Cambridge Journal of Economics, 40 (5), 1421-1437

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