Civic Innovation key publications
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.
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