Publications, Journal Articles, Case Studies, Radio & Television Interviews
Celebrating Leadership Learnings in Education across Continents: Experiences of Women Leading in Rwanda, in Rachel McNae and Elizabeth Reilly (eds) International Women Leading Education: Harnessing the Joy in Leadership, Rowman & Littlefield, Maryland, USA, pp.149-155
Invisible Women, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 9(2), 2017, pp 79-81
Women, Gender and Development: A brief history.indigo INK, indigo foundation, November https://www.indigofoundation.org/thinkpiece-women-gender
Gendered Post-Conflict Experiences of Poverty and Human Rights Violations in Rwanda, in P.I. Iribe Mwangi, J.B. Ndohvu, Njeri Muhoro and Mumia G. Osaaji (eds), Poverty as a Human Rights Violation, University of Nairobi, Center for Human Rights and Peace, Nairobi (with Melissa Vogt), pp. 67-81
Gendered Post-Conflict Experiences of Poverty and Human Rights Violations in Rwanda, in P.I. Iribemwangi, J.B. Ndohvu, Njeri Muhoro and Mumia G. Osaaji (eds), Poverty as a Human Rights Violation? Report of a symposium held at Lake Naivasha Country Club, 28-30 September 2011, University of Nairobi, Center for Human Rights and Peace, Nairobi, 2016 (with Melissa Vogt), pp. 24-25
Shirley Randall (sic), in Mukheibir, Ruth, Untying the Knots: Ordinary women doing extraordinary things, living mercy in the 21st century, Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College, Sydney, 2016, pp 46-49
Shirley Randell AO: Coming full circle, in Ankers Julie, Feisty, Fabulous and 50+, Moshpit Publishing, Sydney, 2016, pp 152-161
Shirley Kaye Randell (nee Izett) AO, in A Celebration of Contribution: Tales of the courage, commitment and creativity of Modernians 1911-1963, Department of Education, Western Australia, 2016, pp 305-6
Grabham, Jim, Women’s Political Leadership in Rwanda: A Moroko Seminar, 13 May 2016 http://mokoro.co.uk/impact-rwandan-womens-political-leadership-democracy-development-rwanda/
Impact of Women’s Political Leadership on Democracy & Development in Rwanda, Moroko, The Old Music Hall, Oxford, 13 April 2016, Video presentation http://mokoro.co.uk/seminars/impact-of-womens-political-leadership-on-democracy-development-in-rwanda/
Celebrating Leadership Learnings in Education across Continents: Experiences of an International Development Adviser – Bangladesh and Rwanda. Working Paper 15/2, paper presented at the International Women Leading Education Across Continents (WLE) Conference 2015: Finding and Harnessing the Joy in Our Leadership, at the University of Waikato, Aotearoa, New Zealand. 1-3 September 2015. ISBN 978-0-9807965-7-5
Global Citizenship Learning to contribute to and take part in a Wider World, Fifth Annual Perth Modernian Society Oration, Perth, August 2015. https://www.academia.edu/14955589/
Shirley Randell: A little about Shirley…, in Wallace, Alexandra and Jessica Wickenden (eds), WIRED: Women in Rowing: Empowerment and Development, Edition 1, July 2015, pp 6-7
Dr Shirley Kaye Randell AO: The Veterans: Wise Elder Tribal Leaders, in Henry, Avril, Leadership Revelations III: How we achieve the gender tipping point, Avril Henry and Associates, Sydney, April 2015
Shirley Randell, Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund Portraits Page, April 2015, http://vgif.org/blog/april/?category=portraits
Evaluation of the Impact of Rwandan Women’s Political Leadership on Democracy and Development, The Commonwealth, London, March 2015
Implementing Gender Equality: A comparative analysis of women’s empowerment in Rwanda and Australia through education, empowerment and mentoring, Working Paper 15/1, presented at the Commission on the Status of Women 59 (CSW59), at the Churches Centre of the United Nations (CCUN), New York, USA. March 2015. ISBN 978-0-9807965-8-2 (with Jaya Earnest)
Summary Preliminary Findings on the Impact of Rwandan Women’s Political Leadership on Democracy and Development, Commonwealth Secretariat, London, UK, March 2015
Priestley, Angela, Top Stories: The former CEO enjoying the time of her career at age 74, Women’s Agenda, 16 January 2015, http://www.womensagenda.com.au/talking-about/top-stories/how-a-sacked-ceo-reinvented-her-career/201501155150
Shirley Randell, in Zwart-Hopman, Claudia, How Women Leaders Create the World: Model for Global Women’s Leadership, Book and Film, TOTARA, The Netherlands, 30 November 2014
Shirley Randell, in Video of the Oxford Human Rights Hub Conference on Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Perspective, 2014 http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/video-launch-women-and-poverty-a-human-rights-approach/
Shirley Randell, in Yve Lavine, Sweet 16: A Portrait Project with Women over 60, Their Experiences and Reflections – Art Exhibition, The Tap Gallery, Darlinghurst, Sydney, March, 2014
Forum ’09 Shirley Randell–Highlights Women of the World Conference, Katherine, 2013, http://vzaar.com/videos/1706187, 8 July, 2014
Shirley Randell AO, Educator, Advocate, Mentor, Leader, University of Canberra Alumni Profiles, http://www.canberra.edu.au/alumni/profiles/shirley-randell-ao, 1 July, 2014
Women Empowerment (Gender Equality, Violence against Women, Discrimination), In Topal, Semiha (Editor), Istanbul Summit 2014, Women’s Perspectives on UN Post 2015 Development Agenda, Forum Proceedings, 31 May – 1 June 2014, Istanbul, Turkey, pp 55-9
Sustainable Rural Development in Rwanda: The Importance of a Focus on Women in Agriculture, International Journal of Agricultural Extension, Institute of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan, 27-28 February 2014: 107-119 (with Megan McCloskey)
Shirley Randell, In Diann Rodgers-Healy, Considerations for Australia’s Next Woman Prime Minister, Australian Centre for Leadership for Women, Minnamurra, NSW, December 2013.
Introduction, In Athena Vongalis-Macrow, Career Moves: Mentoring for Women Advancing Their Career and Leadership in Academia, Rotterdam, Sense Publishers, December 2013
RAUW initiates Colloquium on Women in Leadership in Higher Education in Rwanda, IFUW Young Members Newsletter, pp. 8-9, December 2013
Commentary from Professor Shirley Randell, Women’s Activism – Insights for Empowering Women from Global Women Activists, Dianne Rodgers Healey, Australian Centre for Leadership for Women, Minamurra, NSW, (ACLW), 2013
Training on Gender Mainstreaming in NELSAP Projects: Report of Presentations, Discussions and Findings, Kigali, Nile Equatorial Lakes Subsidiary Action Program, August 2013 (with Shamsi Kazimbaya)
Gender Development: Working with Men for Gender Equality in Rwanda. Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity 26:3 May 2013 (with Katie Carlson) DOI:10.1080/10130950.2013.796075
Focus on Gender Centres in Africa: Proceedings of an International Conference (with Camila Nevin, eds) Kigali, SRIA Rwanda Ltd, April 2013
Surviving Genocide, Thriving in Politics: Rwanda Women’s Power, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Journal, 5(1): 1-17, 2013 (with Gerise Herndon)
Gender Audit in Uganda WASH Alliance Programmes: Kampala, Rwenzori and Northern Uganda, SRIA Rwanda Ltd: Kigali, Rwanda, 2013 (with Dr Catherine Odenyo Ndekera)
The Impact of Child Friendly Schools in Rwanda. In Strengthening Gender Research to Improve Girls and Women’s Education in Africa, FAWE Research Series Vol. ll: 62-89, Forum for African Women Educationalists, Nairobi, Kenya, 2012
“Commentary from Professor Shirley Randell”, Women’s Activism – Insights for Empowering Women from Global Women Activists, Dianne Rodgers Healey, 2012
Focus on Rwanda: A Conference on Gender Research and Activism: Proceedings (with Anita Claire Fellman, eds), SRIA Rwanda Ltd: Kigali, Rwanda, November 2012
Commissioned paper. Violence and Insecurity in Schools for Teaching Personnel: Impact on Educational Access, Background paper for discussion at the 11th Session of the Joint ILO–UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations concerning Teaching Personnel (CEART-R-[WGVIS-2012-06-0250-1]) (Geneva, 8–12 October 2012) (with Anne-Marie Hilsdon)
Gendering Post-Conflict Tensions: Rwanda. Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 11, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2012 (with Melissa Vogt)
Legacy of Colonialism in the Empowerment of Women in Rwanda, Cosmopolitan Social Science Journal 4(1):69-85 and Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 9, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2012 (with Ilaria Buscaglia)
Remarkable Women in 2012: in Australia and Around the World, The Journal for Women and Policing 31:36, Spring 2012
World Class: Professional Educator: the ACE Forum for Policy, Research and Practice in Education 11(6):19, September 2012
AMISOM-Somali Police Gender-Based Violence Workshop: Report of Presentations, Discussions and Findings, Nairobi, Kenya, 11-14 June 2012, SRIA Rwanda Ltd: Kigali, Rwanda
Re-imagining Academic Meetings as Social Justice Workshops: Best practices from the International Conference on Gender Centres in Africa. Women and Language 34(1), 71-77, 2011 (with Sarah Ryan)
Impact of Child Friendly Schools on Girls’ Education in Rwanda, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2011 (with Olukemi Asemota)
Rwanda Gendering Post-Conflict Tensions, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 8, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2011 (with Melissa Vogt)
The Role of Security Organs in Prevention and Response to Gender-Based Violence and Peacekeeping in Africa and International Level: Part 1: Analytical Review of Existing Data, Policies, Reports and Legal Frameworks; Part 2: Gender Analysis of the Role of Security Organs in Prevention and Response; Part 3: Security Organs Action Plan, 2011 (with Venera Zakirov)
Final Report of the Gender Consultancies for the National University of Rwanda: Part 1: NUR Gender Baseline Survey 2010, NUR Gender Audit 2010, NUR Strategic Plan 2011-2015, NUR Action Plan 2011-2015, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda
Contribution of Tourism to Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Great Lakes Region, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 7, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2011 (with Jessica Chapman)
Gender Gaps Remain in the Education of Girls in Rwanda, and Increase at Tertiary Level, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 6, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2011 (with Jennifer Fish)
Contribution of Tourism to Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Great Lakes Region, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 8, June, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2011 (with Jessica Chapman).
Rwanda: Gendering Post-Conflict Tensions, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 7, April, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2011 (with Melissa Vogt)
Gender Gaps Remain in the Education of Girls in Rwanda, and Increase at Tertiary Level, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 6, February, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2011 (with Prof. Jennifer Fish)
Writing Back, Moving Forward and Reaching Out: Rhetorical Themes and Organizational Strategies for Social Justice. Revealed at the International Conference on Gender Centres in Africa. Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 5, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2010 (with Dr Sarah Ryan)
Moving Women into Decision Making: Achieving Equality: Women as Political and Economic Agents in Rwanda: A Global Paradigm of Achieving Sustainable Development through Women’s Empowerment, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 4, KIE, CGD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2010 (with Mediatrice Mukabagema)
Rwandan Women’s Power, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 3, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2010 (with Dr Gerise Herndon)
The Education of Girls in Africa, in Ikekeonwu, Clara (ed.) Girl-Child Education in Africa, (2010) CIDJAP Press: Lagos, Nigeria (with Diana R Gergel)
Promoting the Retention of Women Faculty and Students in Higher Education: the Rwandan Case, in Ikekeonwu, Clara (ed.) Girl-Child Education in Africa, CIDJAP Press: Lagos, Nigeria, 2010 (with Jennifer Fish)
The State of Fertility Transition in Rwanda: A Preliminary Review, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 2, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2010 (with Renate Hartwig)
Portrait of a Woman: Professor Shirley Randell, TV Interview with Presenter Kije Mugisha, Producer Emmanuel Manou, Rwanda Television, Kigali, 2010
Kigali Institute of Education, Centre for Gender, Culture and Development Annual Report for 2009, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2010
Postcard from Kigali, IPAA INK 39: Summer 2009-2010
Needs Assessment for the Centre for Gender, Culture and Development at the Kigali Institute of Education, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 1, KIE, CGCD, Kigali, Rwanda, 2009 (with Danielle Prendergast)
Gender Gaps Remain in the Education of Girls in Rwanda and Increase at Tertiary Level, The Education of Girls in Africa, Nigeria: Federation of University Women in Africa (with Jennifer Fish), 2009
Postcard from Kigali, IPAA INK 36:Autumn 2009
Rwanda Journal, Graduate Women New Zealand 8:50-52, February 2009
Women’s Career Development and Management as a Strategy towards Governance for Empowerment, Rwanda 2007-8, SNV Rwanda Case Studies, Kigali, 2008
SNV UNDP AA4 Project: Engendering the EDPRS at District Level, 2007-2008, SNV Rwanda Case Studies, Kigali, 2008
Remaking Rwanda, Women on the Line, 3CR National Community Radio Women’s Current Affairs Program, Interview with Rachel O’Connell, Melbourne/Kigali 24 October 2008 (radio broadcast) http://www.womenontheline.org.au (also in University of South Florida Department of Women Studies Library)
Promoting the Retention of Women Students and Faculty of Higher Education: the Rwanda case. Women’s Worlds Conference Proceedings, Madrid, July (with Jennifer Fish), 2008
Nyamirambo Women’s Centre, Rwanda Voices of Hope 20:2-3, July 2008
Women and Sports, Rwanda Voices of Hope 20:7-8, July 2008
Gender Equality and Democratic Governance in the City of Port Moresby: Technical report for project planning and design, UNIFEM Pacific, 2008
Senior Rwandans mentor Aspiring Women Managers, Nethwork 1:9, March 2008 and Rwanda Voices of Hope 19:7-8, February 2008
Challenges in Education in Rwanda, Rwanda Voices of Hope 19:3-4, February 2008
Mainstreaming Gender into Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Programs (Editor): Three-module Training Manual for Water Professionals developed collaboratively by PROTOS and SNV Rwanda, SNV, Kigali, 2007 (with Hester Kapur and Rachel Dore-Weeks)
SNV Rwanda’s Involvement in Engendering the Rwanda Economic Development Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS), 2007-2011, SNV Rwanda Case Studies, Kigali, 2007
Civil Society Partnerships and Development Policies: Emerging Trends. IFUW Commissioned Research Paper for UNESCO Forum on Higher Education, Research and Knowledge (with Murielle Joyce, Clare Ikekownu and Ann Touen), 2007
Integrating Gender and Environment Aspects in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Rural Populations in Rwanda, SNV Rwanda Case Studies, Kigali, 2007 (with Beatrice Mukasine and Thaciana Mutumwinka)
HIV/AIDS Strategy in East and Southern African region, Nethwork 11:13, October 2007
Lessons from Africa, Statewide, 134:1, Spring 2007
Gender equality in education in Rwanda, Rwanda Voices of Hope 17:5-6, August 2007
Gender equality in education in Rwanda: What is happening to our girls, Annual Journal of South African Association of Women Graduates (with Allison Huggins), 2007
Rwanda Association of University Women: Women Graduates contribute to Stunning Progress in Rwanda, Australian Journal of Women and Policing Winter edition, 2007: 58
The Contribution of Sports to Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment, International Conference on Gender Equity on Sports for Social Change Proceedings, Kigali (with Allison Huggins), 2007
SNV Gender Audit Report, SNV, Kigali (with Julienne Mukanyange Beatrice Mukasine and Nura Nikuze), 2007
Rwanda Association of University Women, Rwanda Voices of Hope 16:4-5, June 2007
Postcard from Kigali, IPAA INK 29:Winter 2007
Water: the Lever for Development, Nethwork 8:9-10, March 2007 and Voices of Hope 16:8, June 2007
Rwanda Gender Audit, 2007, SNV Rwanda Case Studies, Kigali, 2007
Rwanda’s Progress Towards a Gender Equitable Society, 2007 Women’s Parliamentary International Conference on Gender, Nation Building and the Role of Parliaments, Parliament, Kigali (with Joy Mukanyange), Kigali, Rwanda, 2007
Moving to Gender Based Analysis in Constructing Policy in Rwanda: report of a seminar, SNV Rwanda (with Joy Mukanyange), Kigali, Rwanda, 2007
Challenges of Return from a Human Rights Perspective – Implications on Protection of Rights of Women and the Intersection between Tradition and Universality, Human Dignity and Human Rights Caucus Report of Thematic Workshop, World Social Forum, Nairobi, January 23
Study 6 Wan Smolbag Theatre (WSB) radio project, Vanuatu. In Sayce, K, with Norrish, P. Perceptions and Practice: An Anthology of Impact Assessment Experiences. Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), Wageningen, The Netherlands, 2006
SNV Rwanda supports improving capacity in gender at Profemmes, Nethwork 6:7, October, 2006
Gender training for SNV advisors, Nethwork 5:7, September 2006
Village Phone comes to Rwanda, Rwanda Voices of Hope 13:7-8, August 2006
SNV Rwanda supports improving capacity in gender at RIAM, Nethwork 4:5, July 2006
Postcard from Kigali, IPAA INK 26:June 2006
Rwandan Refugees now from Tanzania, Rwanda Voices of Hope 12:3-4, June 2006
Five-module Gender and Development Training Manual (Editor), UNDP/Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2005
Information about the Asia Pacific Region, Australian Peace Committee (SA) Inc Newsletter, Jan-Feb 2005
Grace Molisa, Politics of Vanuatu Women: Many Rivers We Crossed: A special tribute to Vanuatu women: Silver Jubilee Celebration in Pictures, pp 5-6, Vanuatu Council of Women, Port Vila, 2005
Postcard from Vanuatu, IPAA INK 21: June 2003:3
I Stret Nomo: Girls in Vanuatu can do anything (with Jeannette Bolenga). (Also secondary school text). Vanuatu, Blackstone Publishing, 2003
Awareness Raising on Court Rules relating to Domestic Violence in Vanuatu: Report on an AusAID human rights project. Vanuatu, Blackstone Publishing, 2003
Pacific Women on the Move: Establishment of PGWNet. Vanuatu, Blackstone Publishing, 2003
Vanuatu, South Pacific: The Girl Child, Townsville International Women’s Conference: Poverty, Violence and Women’s Rights-Setting the Agenda, July 2002, Townsville Australia
Pacific Creative Writing in Memory of Grace Mera Molisa. Vanuatu, Blackstone Publishing, 2002
Molisa, Grace. Women and Good Governance (Editor), Vanuatu, Blackstone Publishing, 2002
Republic of Vanuatu National Elections May 2002: Election Observer Group Report. Vanuatu, Blackstone Publishing, 2002
Ni-Vanuatu Role Models: Successful women in their own right. (also secondary school text) Vanuatu, Blackstone Publishing, 2002.
Obituary for Grace Mera Molisa, Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney and The Age Melbourne, Australia, 2 February 2002
Vanuatu Associate of Women Graduates Contribution to the Pacific Workshop on the Girl Child: International Federation of University Women Triennial Conference Proceedings, Ottawa, Canada, August 2001
Delegation Report on the United Nations General Assembly Special Session ‘Women 2000: Gender Equality, Development and Peace in the 21st Century’ or ‘Beijing +5 Review’, New York, 5-10 June 2000, Department of Women’s Affairs, Port Vila, 2000 (with Roslyn Tor)
“Shirley Randell” In Prescott Ruth and Peter Marshall, Living Faith in Public Life: Fifty-two Australian Voices, Adelaide, South Australia, Openbook Publications, 2000:90-91.
Papua New Guinea: still far to go. Directions in Education 7(18):2-3, 4 December 1998.
The participation of youth and non-government organisations in non-formal vocational education and training for employment enterprise in Papua New Guinea. UNESCO Conference on Secondary Education and Youth at the Crossroads: conference papers. Bangkok, UNESCO, 1998.
Transforming a traditional public sector body into a modern quality organisation. Report of 1998 Fiji National Training Conference. Suva, Fiji National Training Council, 1998.
The participation of women, youth and non-government organisations in non-formal vocational education and training in Papua New Guinea. UNESCO Conference on Education for the 21st Century in the Asia-Pacific Region: conference papers. Paris, UNESCO, 1998.
Community relations: Researchers’ contribution to facilitating interactions between wider economic, political and societal systems and VET. In Selby Smith, C (ed) Research and VET Decision-making: February 1997 Symposium, Melbourne, Monash University/ACER, 1998.
Education policy for an ageing society. Resourceful Ageing: Older People and Education. Melbourne, Latrobe University, 1997 (with Robb Mason).
World views on lifelong learning: Australia. Global Lifelong Learning, Ottawa, Canada, 1997.
Risk implications of contracting out. IIR Public Sector Risk Management Conference Papers. Sydney, Institute of International Research, 1996.
Commercial management practice in local government, In McDermott, P, V Fargie and R Howell (eds) An Agenda for Local Government, Auckland, Massey University, 1996
Quality and the learning organisation. Local Government Engineering Conference Papers, March 1996, 1-12 (with Amal Nasralla)
TER and Social Sciences Directions in Education 5(1):2, 16 February 1996
Issues in changing the gendered culture of educational organisations. In Limerick B and B Lingard (eds). Gender and Changing Educational Management. Brisbane, University of Queensland, 1995 (with Maddy McMaster).
Adult education, post modernity and the future: an Australian experience. New Zealand Journal of Adult Learning 23(2):7-24 1995 (with Robb Mason).
Adult education and local economic development in Australia. Education in Rural Australia 5(2):15-23,1995 (with Robb Mason).
Adult education: politics, rights and privilege. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education 35(3):211-18, 1995 (with Robb Mason).
New learning for older Australians, or just the same old education? Educational Gerontology 21(5):385-400, 1995 (with Robb Mason).
Adult education and ethnic and linguistic minorities in Australia. The Role of Ethnic and Linguistic Minorities in Adult Education. Helsinki, Finnish Adult Education Association, 1995 (with Patrick Crudden and Robb Mason).
Coming to grips with competition in the adult and community education sector. In Succeeding in the Competitive Training Market. Sydney, Institute for International Research, 1995.
Democracy, subsidiarity and community based adult education. Convergence 28(1):25-37, 1995 (with Robb Mason).
Women as powerbrokers. Hot topics 2. Australian Council for Educational Administration, 1995.
Adult Education organisation network. Case study 32. Australia’s Contribution to Open Learning and Distance Education. Adelaide, Open Learning Technology Corporation, 1995 (with Alan Tonkin).
Hazex plan for the Australian Institute of Petroleum. Case Study 31. Australia’s Contribution to Open Learning and Distance Education. Adelaide, Open Learning Technology Corporation, 1995 (with Sharron Dickman).
Common learning and educational problems in Australia and the South Pacific Region. In Adult and Community Education in the South Pacific: innovation and change. 112/DVV Supplement to Adult Education and Development 43:21-30, 1995.
Adult learners, education and training: book review. Convergence 27(4):88-90, 1994 (with Patrick Crudden).
Modern families: modern adult education. Adults: Education: Families: Sydney, University of Technology Sydney, 1994:171-8 (with Robb Mason).
Global Lifelong Learning Conference. CAETA Newsletter, December 1994.
Lifelong learning. Directions in Education 3(4): 1-2, 9 September 1994. Also in NAPCEQ Newsletter 1:4, November 1994.
Another drought. Directions in Education 3(4):1, 9 September 1994 (with Jim Sait).
The challenge of going back to books. Herald Sun, 20 September 1994:15.
Power shift to centre. Directions in Education 3(5):4, 23 September 1994.
Increasing Aboriginal access. Directions in Education 3(6):1-2, 21 October 1994.
Australia: adult education. Asian and Pacific Success Stories in Social Development. United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Thailand, 1994.
Women – looking for something? A review of the Stepping Stones Program at the Council of Adult Education. Convergence, 27(2/3):148-55, 1994 (with Robb Mason).
I answer with my life: life histories of women teachers working for social change: book review. Convergence 27(2/3): 204, 1994 (with Patrick Crudden).
Baby Boomers meet the Third Age. Australian Journal on Ageing 13(3):134-7, August 1994 (with Robb Mason).
Outcomes, performance indicators and evaluation in adult and community education: a case study of the Council of Adult Education’s research strategies. Making Research Work for Vocational Education. Melbourne, State Training Board, 1994 (with Lance Peters).
Adult and community education: a first, second and third sector project. Negotiating the future: theory and practice in the Australia New Zealand third sector. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology, 1994 (with Robb Mason).
Finland. CAETA Newsletter, August 1994.
The development of a research ethos at the Council of Adult Education, Melbourne, Australia. Final papers: Adult Education and Social Change. European Society for Research in the Education of Adults Seminar, Lahti, Finland, 1994 (with Robb Mason and Lance Peters).
Priorities for women. AAACE News, May 1994. Also in ANHLC News, August 1994.
Assessing student satisfaction at the Council of Adult Education: a case study. ACEA Research Newsletter 1(2):1, October, 1993, and Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education 34(2):155-63, July 1994 (with Lance Peters).
Globalism/localism: implications for adult education. New Zealand Journal of Adult Learning 22(1): 31-42, May 1994.
Safer workplaces: an adult education approach to a national training need. Bulletin of Good Practice 1, Sydney University of Technology, Sydney, 1994 (with Clint Smith).
Adult and community education and enterprise. Conference of Senior Officers in Adult Education, Issues Paper 1, Melbourne, CAE, 1994 (with Robb Mason).
ACE policy in Australia. CAETA Newsletter, May 1994.
The glass ceiling: six strategies. Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration 76:128-30, April 1994.
Negative training impact. Directions in Education 2(15):3, 24 March 1994 (with Robb Mason).
A life sentence? Directions in Education 2(14):4, 10 March 1994.
Opening up post-secondary education. AAACE News, February 1994:16.
Ignoring the Stockpile. Directions in Education 2(12):4, 10 February 1994 (with Jim Sait).
Common learning and educational problems in Australia and the Asian South Pacific Region. In Veramu, J.(ed). Adult and Community Education in the South Pacific: innovation and change: 112/DVV Supplement to Adult Education and Development 43:31-7, 1994. Also in Learning from the Centre. Darwin, AAACE, 1993 (with Jim Sait).
Adult and Community Education: a Vital Partner in Education in the Australian Capital Territory: Currie Lecture 1994, Canberra, Australian Council for Educational Administration, Canberra Region, 1994.
What educational administration can learn from adult education. The Educational Administrator 40:59-67, Spring 1993 (with Robb Mason).
Women in educational management: breaking through the glass ceiling. The Practising Administrator 15(4):12-18, November 1993.
Put them on ice. Directions in Education 2(11):3, 16 December 1993 (with Jim Sait)
The Council of Adult Education. Melbourne Legacy Bulletin, VAW 1209:14-15, 1993 (with Robb Mason).
Adult education and the culture of education administration. The Educational Administrator 40:68-72, Spring 1993. Also in Education and Society – Social Issues, Volume 1. Darwin, Australian Council for Educational Administration, 1993 (with Patrick Crudden).
After the crystal ball is over. After Competence: the Future of Post-Compulsory Education and Training, Volume 1. Brisbane, Centre for Skills Formation, Research and Development, 1993.
Ethics of managing organisational change. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education 33(2):89-93, July 1993 (with Robb Mason).
East versus west. Directions in Education 2(5):4, 9 September 1993.
Death by starvation. Directions in Education 2(4):3, 26 August 1993 (with Jim Sait)
Women, health and adult education. In Grier, Janet. Women Moving Ahead in Changing Times. Proceedings from the XIIth Congress International Association for Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women. Melbourne, Australian Catholic University, 1993 (with Jim Sait).
Australia’s cultural and environmental heritage – approaches to educational tourism. In Bolger, D (ed.) The Global Classroom: an International Symposium on Educational Tourism Proceedings. Nottingham, University of Nottingham, 1993.
Coordinating adult and community education with TAFE. In TAFE and Reforms in Vocational Education and Training. Sydney, Institute for International Research, 1993.
The Council of Adult Education and its contribution to the education of indigenous people in Australia 1950-1993. ASPBAE Courier 56:5-19, 1993.
Environmental education for sustainable development and appropriate technology: an Australian experience. ASPBAE Courier 55:34-8, 1993 (with Robb Mason).
Functional literacy in Australia. Report of the ASPBAE Sub-Region 4 Conference on Literacy, Apia, Western Samoa, 1993. Fiji, University of the South Pacific, 1993 (with Jim Sait).
Finding our voices, taking our places: key economic, political and social issues in the Pacific, and Women’s education: getting on with the job. Report of the Asia South Pacific Bureau for Adult Education Conference (Sub-Region 4) on Women’s Education and Related Issues. Fiji, University of the South Pacific, 1993 (with Jim Sait).
Declining status of women. Directions in Education, 1(20):2-3, 3 June 1993.
Lifelong learning. In Ryan, Mary. Beyond the Glass Ceiling: Women Leaders in Education. Melbourne. Collins Dove, 1993.
Terminally educated or brain dead. Directions in Education 1(16):3, 25 March 1993 (with Jim Sait).
CAE courses for all ages. Senior Scene 5(1): 82, 1993.
The Training Guarantee Act-how effective is it. AAACE News: 20, March 1993 (with Jim Sait).
Changing focus: much distance travelled but still far to go. In Baker, Diana and Madeleine Fogarty. A Gendered Culture: Educational Management in the Nineties. Melbourne, Victorian University of Technology, 1993 (with Maddy McMaster).
The future of adult education in Australia: facing the educational challenge. Australian Journal of Adult Education 32(3):178-81, 1992 (with Robb Mason).
If you can’t stand the heat get out of the kitchen? The Great Education Debate. Darwin, Northern Territory Department of Education, 1992 (videotape).
Adult learning at the Council of Adult Education. In Crudden, P. (ed.) Adult Education: mapping the field. Melbourne, Centre for the Study of Adult Education and Training, 1992.
Adult education and TAFE: skills for a changing world. In Changing Focus of Vocational Training – the new agenda for TAFE. Sydney, Institute for International Research, 1992 (with Robb Mason).
Local effectiveness and the democratic process. In Adult Education for a Democratic Culture, Melbourne, Council of Adult Education, 1992 (with Robb Mason).
Erwachsenenbildung fur ethnische gruppen im multikulturellen Australien. Hessische blatter fur volksbildung 3/1992 (mit Patrick Crudden).
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