Publications

Publications Includes Books, Published Reports, Journal Articles, Case Studies, Television Interviews

Buscaglia, I., & Randell, S. (2012). Legacy of Colonialism in the Empowerment of Women in Rwanda. Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 9. Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Buscaglia, I., & Randell, S. (2012). Legacy of Colonialism in the Empowerment of Women in Rwanda. Cosmopolitan Social Science Journal 4(1), (pp. 69-85).

Crudden, P., & Randell, S. (1991). Renewal in Adult Life – A Communication Activity for Adult Educators [audiotape and microfiche]. ANZAAS, Adelaide.

Crudden, P., & Randell, S. (1992). Adults Educating Adults: Approaches to the administration of adult and community education. Australian Council for Educational Administration Monograph (Series 112).

Crudden, P., & Randell, S. (1993). Adult Education and the Culture of Educational Administration, Collected Papers Volume 4: Education and Society – Social Issues, Australian Council for Educational Administration National Conference.The Emerging Culture of Educational Administration – Putting the Heat on Administrators, Darwin, Northern Territory, 5-8 July 1992, (pp. 1-6). Also in The Educational Administrator 40, (pp. 68-72).

Crudden, P., Mason, R., & Randell, R. (1995). Adult Education and Ethnic and Linguistic Minorities in Australia. In The Role of Ethnic and Linguistic Minorities in Adult Education. Finnish Adult Education Association, Helsinki.

Empowerment. (2011). Lagos Nigeria, International Federation of University Women Lawyers, 20-25 November. (p. 75).

Fellman, A. C., & Randell, S. (Eds.) (2012). Focus on Rwanda: A conference on gender research and activism: [proceedings]. SRIA Rwanda Ltd, Kigali.

Field, N. (2018). There’s no Substitutes for Experience. Leadership Matters. Institute of Managers and Leaders IML-ANZ, Sydney, December. (pp. 18-22).

Grabham, J., & Randell, S. (2016). Women’s Political Leadership in Rwanda: A Mokoro Seminar [report]. The Old Music Hall, Oxford, 13 May. http://mokoro.co.uk/impact-rwandan-womens-political-leadership-democracy-development-rwanda/ accessed 2016.

Henry, A., & Randell, S. (2015). The Veterans: Wise Elder Tribal Leaders, in Henry, Avril (Ed.), Leadership Revelations III: How we achieve the gender tipping point. Avril Henry and Associates, Sydney, April. (pp. 29-33).

Herndon, G., & Randell, S. (2010). Rwandan Women’s Power: From genocide survivors to parliamentary majority, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 3, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development Kigali.

Huggins, A., & Randell, S. (2007). Gender Equality in Education in Rwanda: What is happening to our girls?, Annual Journal of South African Association of Women Graduates, Capetown, SAAWG, (pp. 36-41).

Kagaba, M., & Randell, S. (2010). Women as Political and Economic Agents in Rwanda: A global paradigm for achieving sustainable development through women’s empowerment, Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 4, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1991). Education and change in rural areas in the 1990s – Chicken Little was not wrong.Education in Rural Australia 2(1), 1992, (pp. 7-17). Also abridged in Directions in Rural Education – the 1990s, Country Education Project, Melbourne.

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1991). Learning for Older People Within the Community. Australian Journal on Ageing, 10(4), November, (pp. 25-27).

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1992). Adult education: politics and performance in the 1990s. In Crowther F. and D. Ogilvie (Eds.): New Political World of Educational Administration. Australian Council for Educational Administration, Melbourne.

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1992). Adult Education and TAFE: Skills for a changing world. In Changing Focus of Vocational Training – the new agenda for TAFE. Institute for International Research, Sydney.

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1992). The Future of Adult Education in Australia: Facing the educational challenge. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education 32(3), November 1992, (pp. 178-181).

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1993). Ethics of managing organisational change. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education, 33(2), (pp. 89-93).

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1993). General Adult Education and Changing Student Demand in Australia. CAE, September.

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1993). Adult Education in Australia: The Council of Adult Education. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Dallas Texas, CE 065 590, ERIC Clearing house on Adult, Career, and Vocation Education. Columbus, Ohio, 17 November, (9p).

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1993). A Current Appraisal of Adult Education Activity in Australia with a Focus on Community-based Education and Work Among Women and Aboriginal People. Also in paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Dallas Texas, CE 065 592, ERIC Clearing house on Adult, Career, and Vocation Education. Columbus, Ohio, 20 November 1993. (8p). Melbourne, CAE, December.

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1993). ACE and TAFE: Mutual goals, separate agendas. Melbourne, CAE, December.

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1994). Globalism/Localism: Implications for adult education. New Zealand Journal of Adult Learning, 22(1), May, (pp. 31-42).

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1994). Women – Looking for Something? A review of the Stepping Stones Program at the Council of Adult Education. Convergence, 27(2/3), (pp. 148-155).

Mason, R., & and Randell, S. (1994). Baby Boomers Meet the Third Age. Australian Journal on Ageing, 13(3), August, (pp. 134-137).

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1994). Adult and Community Education and Enterprise. Conference of Senior Officers in Adult Education. Issues Paper 1, CSOAE, Melbourne.

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1994). Adult and Community Education: A first, second and third sector project. In Negotiating the future: Theory and practice in the Australia New Zealand third sector. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.

Mason, R., Peters, L., & Randell, S. (1994). The Development of a Research Ethos at the Council of Adult Education, Melbourne, Australia. In Final papers: Adult education and social change, European Society for Research in the Education of Adults Seminar, Lahti, Finland, (pp. 178-186).

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1995). Democracy, Subsidiarity and Community-based Adult Education. Convergence, 28(1), (pp. 25-37).

Mason, R., & Randell, S. (1995). Adult Education and Local Economic Development in Australia. Education in Rural Australia, 5(2), (pp. 15-23).

McMaster, M., & Randell, S. (1992). Equity and opportunity in adult learning. In Harris, Roger and Peter Willis (Eds.). Striking a Balance: Adult and community education in Australia towards 2000. Centre for Human Resource Studies, University of South Australia and the South Australian Branch of the Australian Association for Adult and Community Education, Adelaide.

McMaster, M., & Randell, S. (1993). Changing Focus: Much distance travelled but still far to go. In Baker, Diana and Madeleine Fogarty (Eds.): A Gendered Culture: Educational management in the nineties. Victorian University of Technology, Melbourne, (pp. 1-13).

Mukheibir, R., & Randall, S. [sic] (2016) in Untying the Knots: Ordinary women doing extraordinary things, living mercy in the 21st century. Monte Sant’Angelo Mercy College, Sydney, (pp. 46-49).

O’Brien A. (2019). Champions of Change. Leadership Matters. Institute of Managers and Leaders IML-ANZ, Sydney, February, (pp. 23-).

Peters, L., & Randell, R. (1994). Outcomes, Performance Indicators and Program Evaluation in Adult and Community Education: A case study of the Council of Adult Education’s research strategy. In Making Research Work for Vocational Education: Victorian Training Research Conference – 1994, State Training Board Victoria, Melbourne.

Peters, L., & Randell, R. (1994). Assessing Student Satisfaction at the Council of Adult Education: A case study. ACEA Research Newsletter, 1(2), 1993, p. 1/. Also as Research Report in Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education, 34(2), July. (pp. 155-163).

Pope, B. (1989). Australian College of Education: Presidents, Shirley Randell. Unicorn 15(1): 57-9, February.

Power, L., Millington, K. A., & Bengtsson, S. with McCowan, T., & Randell, S. (2015). (Health & Education Advice & Resource Team (HEART)) Building Capacity in Higher Education: 2015 Topic Guide. London, https://www.heart-resources.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Capacity-Building-in-Higher-Education-Topic-Guide.pdf  

Priestley, A. (2015). Top Stories: The former CEO enjoying the time of her career at age 74. Women’s Agenda, 16 January, http://www.womensagenda.com.au/talking-about/top-stories/how-a-sacked-ceo-reinvented-her-career/201501155150accessed 2015.

Randell, S. (1974). Educating for Change in Papua New Guinea: The place of a materials centre. In Smith, Leslie A. (Ed.),Ideas 28: The Vocabulary of Change, University of London, Goldsmith College, London, (pp. 22-25).

Randell, S. (1975). Decision-making in Australian education. In Australian Frontier Consultation Report: Decision-making in the Education Process, Adelaide, November 1-2, 1974, Australian Frontier, Melbourne, (pp. 29-60) and relevant Appendix of diagrams, (pp. 76-90).

Randell, S. (1975). United for Action: Women’s Fellowship, an agent for change, Point.

Randell, S. (1975). Entries for Bert Brown, Lesley Boseto, Robert Budiara, Saimon Gaius, Ravu Henao and Riley Samson. In Education – Organisation and Management. Encyclopaedia of Papua New Guinea, Volume 4, University of Papua Guinea, Port Moresby, June.

Randell, S. (1976). The School in the Community: School-community interaction in Australia fostered by the policies and programmes of the Schools Commission 1974-76. In New Directions in Australian Education, Australian College of Education, Carlton, (pp. 99-117).

Randell, S., & Turnbull, J. M. (1976). The School and the Community: A bibliography. Schools Commission, Canberra.

Randell, S. (1976). Community Participation in Schools. ACEA Bulletin 7, December, (pp. 19-32).

Randell, S. (1977-1980, 1987). Obstacles to educational policy implementation in a federal political system: A case study of the Australian Schools Commission’s Disadvantaged Country Areas Program. (pp. 51-61).

Randell, S. (1978). Community Involvement in Career Education – why it is important. In Hart, Gaye (Ed.), Report of the First National Career Education Conference, Canberra, May 8-10, 1977, Canberra Publishing and Printing Company, Canberra, 1977, (pp. 86-93).

Randell, S. (1978). Library Resource Provision for Disadvantaged Schools and Country Areas: An information paper for the Schools Commission Libraries Committee. June.

Randell, S. (1978). The Disadvantaged Schools Program: A program to improve the quality of education for the disadvantaged. In Quality in Australian Education, Australian College of Education, Melbourne, (pp. 37-49).

Randell, S. (1978). The Project-basis of the Disadvantaged Schools Program and School-level evaluation. Report on theTasmanian Catholic Disadvantaged Schools Program Task Force Seminar, Catholic Education Office, Hobart.

Randell, S. (1979). Entries in Goodman, Doreen: Educational Disadvantage: A bibliography. Canberra, Schools Commission, July.

Randell, S. (1980). Preface: Report of Leisure Seminar. Australian College of Education ACT Chapter, Canberra.

Randell, S. (1980). Participation in community. Unicorn 6(2), May, (pp. 207-213).

Randell, S. (1981). The Schools Commission and School-Work Transition in Australia. Education Research and Perspectives, 8(2), December, (pp. 68-78).

Randell, S. (1981). The responsibilities of schools in local development. In Darnell, Frank and Patricia M. Simpson (Eds.) Rural Education: In pursuit of excellence. National Centre for Research on Rural Education, Perth, (pp. 70-72).

Randell, S. (1981). The Disadvantaged Country Areas Program: A program designed to increase social and educational equity for rural children. In Politics in Education, Australian College of Education, Melbourne, (pp. 35-55).

Randell, S. (1982). Education and the Isolated. Education news, 18(1), October 7, (pp. 18-20).

Randell, S. (1982). Who makes education policy for rural children? In Broadbent, R. (Ed.) Education Policy Making in Australia. Australian College of Education, Melbourne, (pp. 135-57).

Randell, S. (1983). Women in the Public Service of Victoria. A discussion paper, Victorian Public Service Board, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1983). Policy implementation difficulties in national human service programs. In Educational Research for National Development: Policy, planning and politics. Australian Association of Research in Education, Canberra, (pp. 345-353).

Randell, S. (1983). In search of a framework for investigating policy implementation difficulties in human service programs [AIE Thesis], University of London, London.

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1984). The Human Face of Technological Change. Australian College of Education, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1984). The Participation of women in the evaluation of church-funded development projects. In Melville, Lyn (Ed.), Women, Aid and Development. Proceedings of a workshop, 15-17 July 1983, Women and Development Network of Australia, Canberra.

Randell, S. (1984). Girls and Tomorrow: The Challenge Facing Schools, ACE News: Newsletter of the Australian College of Education, Carlton Vic, ACE, November, (p. 3).

Randell, S. (1984). Finding Common Ground. Education News. Journal of the Commonwealth Department of Education and Youth Affairs, 18(10), (p. 48).

Randell, S. (1984). Women: Action on management education: A response to the Ralph Report. Education News. Journal of the Commonwealth Department of Education and Youth Affairs, 18(8), (pp. 42-43).

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1984). Changing Focus: The participation of women in educational management in Australia. Australian College of Education, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1984). Challenges facing educators in the 80s in Australia. Unicorn, 10(1), February (pp. 6-15).

Randell, S. (1985). Women in Management in Primary and Secondary Education: Sponsored by the ACT Schools Authority in conjunction with the Australian College of Education 1-4 August, Education News 19(1), (pp. 33-34).

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1985). A Search for Common Ground: Government and non-government schools in the ACT. Australian College of Education, Canberra.

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1985). The Way Forward: Women in higher educational management in Australia. Australian College of Education, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1985). A Lack of Women’s Perspectives on Peace, National Outlook. An Australian Christian Monthly, 7(8), Sydney NSW, Outlook Media Publishing, September, (pp. 15-16).

Randell, S. (1985). A Room of My Own. Magdalene 2, Sydney NSW, May, (pp. 13-15).

Randell, S. (1986). Women in Management in Primary and Secondary Education. Education News. Journal of the Commonwealth Department of Education, 19(7), March (pp. 33-34).

Randell, S. (1986). Philippines Study Tour. Philippine Update: A Publication of the Australian Council of Churches, Philippine Desk, Australian Council of Churches, Sydney, January-February.

Randell, S. (1986). Overcoming obstacles to educational policy implementation in a federal political system: A case study of the Australian Schools Commission’s Disadvantaged Country Areas Program, 1977-1980. [PhD Thesis], University of New England, Armidale.

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1986). Making Progress: Women in management in primary and secondary education in Australia. Australian College of Education, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1986). Exposing the Marcos Election Sham: The theology of the ‘don’t vote’ campaign. National Outlook: An Australian Christian Monthly, Sydney NSW, Outlook Media Publishing, March, (pp. 11-12).

Randell, S. (1987). Report on Senior Executive Overseas Study Tour, 9 October–14 November. ACT Schools Authority, Canberra.

Randell, S. (1987). Christian Femocrat. In Franklin, Margaret Ann and Ruth Sturney Jones (Eds.) Opening the Cage: Stories of church and gender. Allen and Unwin, Sydney, (pp. 101-116). Reviewed in St Mark’s Review, March, (p. 5). Reviewed in Womanspeak, May-June, (pp. 22-23).

Randell, S. (1987). How to foster change in education: Some personal views. Unicorn, 13(4), (pp. 202-207).

Randell, S. (1987). (guest Ed.) Equality of opportunity for women and girls: Prospect and retrospect. Unicorn, 13(3).

Randell, S. (1988). Regions Face Action over EEO. Newsletter of the PSC EEO Unit 5. Public Service Commission, Canberra, October, (pp. 1-4).

Randell, S. (1988). In Taylor Sandra and Miriam Henry (Eds.) Battlers and Blue Stockings: Women’s place in Australian education. Canberra, Australian College of Education, (Foreword, p. viii).

Randell, S. (1988). Equal Employment Opportunity in the Public Service: New roles new responsibilities. Victorian Public Service Board Commissioned Paper, Victorian Public Service Board, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1988). Challenges and opportunities for primary principals, and Challenges and opportunities for education systems’ executive teams. In Australian Primary Principals Association 15th annual conference [papers]. Australian Primary Principals’ Association, Canberra.

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1988). Turbulence and Change in the Administrator’s World. Centre for Administrative and Higher Education Studies, Armidale, (pp. 27-46).

Randell, S. (1988). Lay-professional tensions in sharing authority on Schools Commission Program committees. In Randell, Shirley (Ed.) Turbulence and Change in the Administrator’s World, Centre for Administrative and Higher Education Studies, Armidale.

Randell, S. (1988). Women’s Issues in the Australian Capital Territory. Consultant’s Report to the ACT Administration on organisational arrangements for women’s issues in the ACT, ACT Administration, Canberra.

Randell, S., & Scott. A. (1988). Implementation of the Commonwealth Schools Commission’s Disadvantaged Country Areas Program 1977-1980. Public Policy Case Study Series, Australian National University, Canberra.

Randell, S. (1988). Response to the Discussion Paper on Higher Education Issues by the Federal Minister for Employment, Education and Training. Australian College of Education, Canberra.

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1988). Human Rights in the Philippines: Report of an Australian Fact-finding Mission to the Philippines. 28 November–5 December. Philippines Resource Centre, Fitzroy.

Randell, S. (1989). Women among warriors, [book review],  August 1989. And Christian Book Newsletter 7 ([5]:11-12), October.

Randell, S. (1989). The Next Steps in Equal Public Sector Personnel Policies. In Corbett, D. C., C. Selby Smith and R. F. I. Smith (Eds.). Public Sector Personnel Policies for the 1990s. Monash University, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1989). Challenges to educators. Australian College of Education (Victorian Chapter) Newsletter 89(4), (pp. 5-9).

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1989). Affirmative Action for Early Education and Care: The participation of women in educational management in Australia. Australian Early Childhood Association, Canberra.

Randell, S. (1989). Dean’s Comments. The Newspaper of the Division of Arts, Education and Humanities, Ballarat College of Advanced Education, 1:1, October.

Randell, S. (1989). Dean’s Comments. The Newspaper of the Division of Arts, Education and Humanities, Ballarat College of Advanced Education, 2:1, November.

Randell, S. (1989). Reflections of a Past President. Australian College of Education, New South Wales Chapter Newsletter, 89(3), (pp. 1-5).

Randell, S. (1989). Powerful Pedagogy. In Which Way for the Curriculum? A report of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association Curriculum ‘89 Conference, Australian Curriculum Studies Association, Canberra.

Randell, S. (1989). Implementing Equality: Principals and the challenge of affirmative action. Australian Catholic Primary Principals Association Bicentennial Conference: Dreaming the Future, National Catholic Education Office, Canberra.

Randell, S. (1989). In Browne R.K. and E.C Dale (Eds.). Introduction. Overseas Students: Educational opportunity and challenge. Based on papers presented at the Australian College of Education’s International Education Conference in Melbourne on Monday 19 September 1988. ACE, Canberra.

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1990). A Major Access Initiative in Tertiary Education. Report of a Committee of Review of the Diploma of Tertiary Studies at Ballarat University College, 1988-90 Vols 1 and 2, Ballarat University College, Ballarat, October.

Randell, S. (1990). Musings on the Motto of the University of New England. Report of the Alumni of the University of New England’s Golden Reunion Symposium, Armidale, UNE.

Randell, S. (1990). Academic Division Student Support. Supplement to The [Ballarat] Courier, 8 September.

Randell, S. (Ed.) (1990). Sexual Assault Services in the Central Highlands/Wimmera Region. Report of the Sexual Assault Services Working Party, Health Department of Victoria, Ballarat.

Randell, S. (1991). Not Advancing Equally: Women in educational management in Australia. Paper presented at the Annual Council of Europe International Conference on Equal Advances in Education Management, Vienna, Austria, 3-6 December 1990, ED 371 468, EA 025 910, Melbourne, Council of Adult Education, ISBN 073624293.

Randell, S. (1991). Engineering Education in the 1990s: A decade for change. Transactions of Multi-Disciplinary Engineering GE15(1), August, (pp. 49-60).

Randell, S., Bennett, V. & Fraser, P. (1991). Can I Do It? A guide for adults returning to learning. Council of Adult Education, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1991). Educational change. Education Now, New South Wales Department of Education, Sydney.

Randell, S. (1991). Guest speaker: Dr Shirley Randall (sic) Director of Adult Education: Future directions for adult, community and further education in Victoria in Report of Regional Providers Conference Halls Gap, Division of Further Education, Ballarat, July 25-26  (pp. 11-15).

Randell, S. (1991). Adult and Community Education: Growth in the nineties. Melbourne Report, August, (pp. 10-11).

Randell, S. (1991). Professional Development: Principles and practices of adult learning. Incorporated Association of Registered Teachers of Victoria Occasional Paper 21:1-4, IARTV, Melbourne, July, (pp. 1-4).

Randell, S. (1991). Submission from Council of Adult Education. Australian Senate Inquiry into Adult and Community Education, Australian Senate, Canberra, March, (pp. 1480-1500).

Randell, S. (1991). Council of Adult Education Spoken Submission to the Senate Committee on Employment, Education and Training. Inquiry into Adult and Community Education, Australian Senate, Canberra, 20 May, (pp. 1506-1507).

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1992). Local Effectiveness and the Democratic Process. In Adult Education for a Democratic Culture, Council of Adult Education, Melbourne, (pp. 187-194).

Randell, S., & Crudden, P. (1992). Erwachsenenbildung fur ethnische gruppen im multikulturellen Australien. Hessische blatter fur volksbildung 3/.

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1992). Post-compulsory education? Adult Education News, December, (pp. 15-16).

Randell, S., & and Bradshaw, D. (1992). Women’s Education in the Pacific: two issues, and Literacy For What in the South Pacific? In Veramu, Joseph (Ed.), Adult/Community Education: An emerging agenda for the Pacific Region in the 90’s: Report of the First ASPBAE Sub-Region 4 Conference for Adult/Community Educators in the Pacific, 29 June-3 July, University of the South Pacific, Suva.

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1992). Education for Sustainable Development, Appropriate Technology and Environmental Protection in the South Pacific; Strengthening Community Education Structures and Leadership in Adult and Community Education in the South Pacific; and Learning From Each Other, Sharing, Exchanging and Communicating Ideas and Practices in the South Pacific. In Veramu, J. (Ed.) Adult/Community Education: An Emerging Agenda for the Pacific Region in the 90’s: Report of the First ASPBAE Sub-Region 4 Conference for Adult/Community Educators in the Pacific, University of the South Pacific, Suva.

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1992). Finance, politics and adult learning in Australia. Adult learning, 4(2), October, (pp. 44-46).

Randell, S., & Berlin, W. (1992). Will Cinderella find her slipper? ACE News, 11(6), (p. 3).

Randell, S. (1992). Putting CBT to work. In Competency-based Training Conference: Office-based and managerial positions: a discussion of recent initiatives in the private and public sectors, Public Service Board, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1992). The Council of Adult Education: a challenge to the adult, community and further education sector.Network of Women in Further Education Newsletter, June.

Randell, S. (1992). The Council of Adult Education and its Program of International Cooperation. In Adult Education in the 90s: Unity in Diversity. People’s Alternative Centre for Computer Education and Services, Manila, (pp. 28-34).

Randell, S. (1992). New Challenges for Employment Equity in the 1990. Fair Go: Merit and Equity, Issue 2, May, (pp. 1-2).

Randell, S. (1992). Cinderella steps into limelight. The Australian, 2 June.

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1992). Raising the Status of Adult and Community Education. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education, 32(1), April, (pp. 4-9).

Randell, S. K., Reynolds, M. J., Otago, L., & Plaisted, V. (1992). Patterns of Involvement and Withdrawal of Coaches in Basketball, Hockey and Netball: Comparisons between males and females. A report for the National Sports Research Centre, Australian Sports Commission, Canberra, March.

Randell, S., & Crudden, P. (1992) Pirates, performers and women in management. Management Review 17(1), (pp. 26-27).

Randell, S. (1992). If you can’t stand the heat get out of the kitchen? The Great Education Debate. Northern Territory Department of Education, Darwin.

Randell, S. (1992). Adult learning at the Council of Adult Education. In Crudden, P. (Ed.) Adult Education: Mapping the field. Centre for the Study of Adult Education and Training, Melbourne.

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1993). Adult Education, Postmodernity and a Future? An Australian experience. New Zealand Journal of Adult Learning, 23(2), 1995, (pp. 7-24). Also in Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Dallas Texas, CE 065 591, ERIC Clearing house on Adult, Career, and Vocation Education, Columbus, Ohio, 18 November, (10p).

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1993). Common learning and educational problems in Australia and the South Pacific Region. In Veramu, J. (Ed.), Adult and Community Education in the South Pacific: Innovation and Change: IIZ/DVV (Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association) Supplement to Adult Education and Development 43, 1994, pp. 21-30. Also in Learning from the Centre. Darwin, AAACE (Australian Association of Adult and Community Education).

Randell, S. (1993). Women Leaders—Are we leading the way? Victoria Trust, September.

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1993). What educational administration can learn from adult education. The Educational Administrator 40, (pp. 59-67).

Randell, S. (1993). Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling: Women in educational management. The Practising Administrator15(4), (pp. 12-18).

Randell, S. & Sait, J. (1993). Put them on ice. Directions in Education 2(11), (p. 3).

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1993). The Council of Adult Education. Melbourne Legacy Bulletin, VAW 1209, (pp. 14-15).

Randell, S. (1993). After the crystal ball is over. After Competence: The future of post-compulsory education and training,Volume 1. Centre for Skills Formation, Research and Development, Brisbane.

Randell, S. (1993). East versus west. Directions in Education, 2(5), (p. 4).

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1993). Death by starvation. Directions in Education 2(4), (p. 3).

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1993). Women, health and adult education. In Grier, Janet (Ed.) Women Moving Ahead in Changing Times, Proceedings from the XIIth Congress International Association for Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, (pp. 1-9).

Randell, S. (1993). Coordinating adult and community education with TAFE. In TAFE and Reforms in Vocational Education and Training, Institute for International Research, Sydney.

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1993). Environmental Education for Sustainable Development and Appropriate Technology: An Australian experience. ASPBAE Courier: Indigenous People’s Education 55, Philippines, Asian-South Pacific Bureau of Adult Education, (pp. 34-8).

Randell, S. (1993). The Council of Adult Education and its Contribution to the Education of Indigenous People in Australia 1950-1993. ASPBAE Courier: Indigenous People’s Education 56, Philippines, Asian-South Pacific Bureau of Adult Education, June, (pp. 9-15).

Randell, S. (1993). Australia’s Cultural and Environmental Heritage – Approaches to educational tourism. In Bodger, D. (Ed.) The Global Classroom: An International Symposium on Educational Tourism. Proceedings, University of Nottingham, Nottingham-England, 12-17 April, (pp. 3-10).

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1993). Functional literacy in Australia. In Report of the Asia South Pacific Bureau for Adult Education Sub-Region 4 Conference on Literacy, Apia, Western Samoa. University of the South Pacific, Suva.

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1993). Finding our Voices, Taking our Places: Key economic, political and social issues in the Pacific(pp 7-18), and in Women’s Education: Getting on with the job (pp 18-22), and in Report of the Asia South Pacific Bureau for Adult Education Conference (Sub-Region 4) on Women’s Education and Related Issues, Apia Western Samoa, University of the South Pacific.

Randell, S. (1993) Declining status of women. Directions in Education, 1(20), (pp. 2-3).

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1993). Terminally educated or brain dead. Directions in Education 1(16), (p. 3).

Sinclair, A., & Baird, J., (1993). The Director: Shirley Randell. The Council of Adult Education, University of Melbourne, Case Study Services, Melbourne, (pp. 8-13).

Randell, S. (1993). CAE courses for all ages. Senior Scene 5(1), (p. 82).

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1993). The Training Guarantee Act – How effective is it? AAACE (Australian Association of Adult and Community Education) News. March, (p. 20).

Randell, S. (1993). Mothers and Daughters – Shirley and Erica Randell. January.

Randell, S., & Crudden, P. (1994). Adult learners, education and training [book reviews] Edwards, Richard, Sandy Sieminski and Daniel Zeldin (Eds.). Convergence, 27(4), (pp. 88-90).

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1994). Modern Families: Modern adult education. Adults: Education: Families, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, (pp. 171-178).

Randell, S. (1994). Global Lifelong Learning Conference. CAETA (Commonwealth Association for the Education and Training of Adults) Newsletter, December, (p. 7).

Randell, S. (1994). Lifelong Learning. Directions in Education, 3(4), 1994, (pp. 1-2). Also in NAPCEQ Newsletter 1, (p. 4).

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1994). Another Drought. Directions in Education, 3(4), (p. 1).

Randell, S. (1994). A Woman’s Place: The challenge of going back to books. Herald Sun, 20 September, (p. 15).

Randell, S. (1994). Power Shift to Centre. Directions in Education. 3(5), September, (p. 4).

Randell, S. (1994). Increasing Aboriginal Access. Directions in Education, 3(6), October, (pp. 1-2).

Randell, S. (1994). Australia: adult education. In Asian and Pacific Success Stories in Social Development. United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, (p. 49).

Randell, S., & Crudden, P. (1994). I Answer with my Life: Life histories of women teachers working for social change, [book review] Convergence, 27(2/3), (pp. 204-206).

Randell, S. (1994). Inquiry into Arts Education: Submission from the Council of Adult Education. Senate Standing Committee on Environment, Recreation and the Arts, Canberra, August.

Randell, S. (1994). What’s the Use of Women’s Studies in Adult and Community Education? Women’s Studies International Forum.

Randell, S. (1994). Finland. CAETA (Commonwealth Association for the Education and Training of Adults) Newsletter,August, (p. 13).

Randell, S. (1994). Priorities for women. AAACE (Australian Association of Adult and Community Education) News, May. Also in ANHLC (Association of Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres Inc.) News, August, (p. ii).

Randell, S., & Smith, C. (1994). Safer Workplaces: An Adult Education Approach to a National Training Need. The National Bulletin of Good Practice in Adult and Community Education 1, Sydney University of Technology, Sydney, (pp 26-30).

Randell, S. (1994). ACE Policy in Australia. CAETA (Commonwealth Association for the Education and Training of Adults) Newsletter, May.

Randell, S. (1994). The Glass Ceiling: Six strategies. Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration 76, April, (pp. 128-30).

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1994). Negative Training Impact. Directions in Education, 2(15), 24 March, (p. 3).

Randell, S. (1994). A Life Sentence? Directions in Education, 2(14), 10 March, (p. 4).

Randell, S. (1994). Opening Up Post-Secondary Education: For your information. AAACE (Australian Association of Adult and Community Education) News, February, (p. 16).

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1994). Ignoring the Stockpile. Directions in Education 2(12), February, (p. 4).

Randell, S. (1994). Adult and Community Education: A vital partner in education in the Australian Capital Territory [1993 Currie Lecture], Australian Council for Educational Administration Canberra Region, Canberra.

Randell, S., & McMaster, M. (1995). Issues in Changing the Gendered Culture of Educational Organisations. In Limerick, B. and B. Lingard (Eds.). Gender and Changing Educational Management, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, (pp. 57-67).

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1995). Adult Education: Politics, rights and privilege. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education, 35(3), (pp. 211-218).

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1995). New Learning for Older Australians, or Just the Same Old Education? Educational Gerontology. 21(5), (pp. 385-400).

Randell, S. (1995). Coming to Grips with Competition in the Adult and Community Education Sector. In Succeeding in the Competitive Training Market. Institute for International Research, Sydney.

Randell, S. (1995). Women as Powerbrokers. Hot topics 2. Australian Council for Educational Administration.

Randell, S., & Tonkin, A. (1995). Adult Education Organisation Network. Case Study 32. Australia’s Contribution to Open Learning and Distance Education, Open Learning Technology Corporation, Adelaide.

Randell, S., & Dickman, S. (1995). Hazex Plan for the Australian Institute of Petroleum. Case Study 31. Australia’s Contribution to Open Learning and Distance Education, Open Learning Technology Corporation, Adelaide.

Randell, S., & Sait, J. (1995). Common learning and educational problems in Australia and the South Pacific Region. In Veramu, Joseph (Ed.) Adult and Community Education in the South Pacific: innovation and change, 112/DVV supplement to Adult Education and Development, 43, (pp. 21-30).

Randell, S. (1996). Risk Implications of Contracting Out. In IIR Public Sector Risk Management Conference [papers], Institute of International Research, Sydney.

Randell, S. (1996). Commercial Management Practice in Local Government. In McDermott, P., Fargie, V. & R. Howell (Eds.) An Agenda for Local Government, Massey University, Auckland.

Randell, S., & Nasralla, A. (1996). Quality and the Learning Organisation. In Local Government Engineering Conference [papers], (pp. 1-12).

Randell, S. (1996). TER and Social Sciences. Directions in Education 5(1), (p. 2).

Randell, S., & Mason, R. (1997). Education Policy for an Ageing Society. In Resourceful Ageing: Older people and education. Latrobe University, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1997). Australia’s Views on Lifelong Learning. Comment Special Issue: World Views on Lifelong Learning: World Initiative Lifelong Learning, Ottawa, (p. 5).

Randell, S. (1998). The Participation of Youth and Non-government Organisations in Non-Formal Vocational Education and Training for Employment Enterprise in Papua New Guinea. In UNESCO Secondary Education and Youth at the Crossroads [conference papers]. UNESCO, Bangkok.

Randell, S. (1998). Primary and Secondary Teacher Education Project: Project design outline. PNG/Australian Development Cooperation Program, Port Moresby.

Randell, S. (1998). Transforming a Traditional Public Sector Body into a Modern Quality Organisation. Fiji National Training Conference [report]. Fiji National Training Council, Suva.

Randell, S. (1998). The Participation of Women, Youth and Non-government Organisations in Non-formal Vocational Education and Training in Papua New Guinea. In UNESCO Conference on Education for the 21st Century in the Asia-Pacific Region [papers]. UNESCO, Paris.

Randell, S. (1998). Papua New Guinea: still far to go. Directions in Education, 7(18), (pp. 2-3).

Randell, S. (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, Monash University/ACER, Melbourne.

Randell, S. (1999). Quality Governance in Solomon Islands: Technical Report 1, Provincial Government Review (ADB TA 3171-SOL), Government of Solomon Islands, Department of Provincial Government and Rural Development, Honiara and SRIA Public Sector Reform Pty Ltd, Sydney, May.

Randell, S. (1999). Quality Assurance in Skills Development: Technical Report 5, Skills Development Project, (ADB TA MP 3051-SRI), Centre for Development Management and Productivity in association with INFOTECHS/IDEAS, Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, Ministry of Training and Rural Industries. Infotechs/Ideas, Colombo.

Randell, S., & Tor, R. (2000). Delegation Report on the United Nations General Assembly Special Session: Women 2000: Gender Equality, Development and Peace in the 21st Century. Beijing +5 Review, New York, 5-10 June, Department of Women’s Affairs, Port Vila, 2000.

Randell, S. (2000). In Prescott, Ruth and Peter Marshall (Eds.). Living Faith in Public Life: Fifty-two Australian voices, Openbook Publications, Adelaide, (pp. 90-91).

Randell, S. (2001). 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.

Randell, S. (2002). Vanuatu, South Pacific: The Girl Child, presented at the Townsville International Women’s Conference: Poverty, Violence and Women’s Rights – Setting the Agenda, Townsville Australia, July.

Randell, S. (Ed.) (2002). Pacific Creative Writing in Memory of Grace Mera Molisa. Blackstone Publishing, Port Vila.

Randell, S. (Ed.)  (2002). Grace Molisa, Women and Good Governance. Blackstone Publishing, Port Vila.

Randell, S. (2002). Republic of Vanuatu National Elections May 2002: Election observer group report. Blackstone Publishing, Port Vila.

Randell, S. (2002). Ni-Vanuatu Role Models: Successful women in their own right. Blackstone Publishing, Port Vila.

Randell, S. (2002). Obituary for Grace Mera Molisa. In Sydney Morning Herald and The Age [Melbourne], 2 February.

Randell, S. (2003). Two Human Rights Posters: Cherishing Cultural Diversity in Vanuatu and What Makes a Successful Woman. Report to AusAID Human Rights Projects and UNDP Assisting Communities Together, Vanuatu Association of Women Graduates, Port Vila, 30 June.

Randell S. (2003). Vanuatu Creative Writers: Grace Molisa Trust Fund Final Report: A Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund Grant, Vanuatu Association of Women Graduates, Port Vila, 30 June.

Randell, S. (2003) Postcard from Vanuatu. IPAA INK, Institute of Public Administration Australia New South Wales Division, Sydney, Number 21: June, (p. 3).

Randell, S., & Bolenga, J. (2003). I Stret Nomo: Girls in Vanuatu can do anything. Blackstone Publishing, Port Vila.

Randell, S. (2003). Awareness Raising on Court Rules relating to Domestic Violence in Vanuatu: Report on an AusAID human rights project. Blackstone Publishing, Port Vila.

Randell, S. (2003). Pacific Women on the Move: Establishment of PGWNet. Blackstone Publishing, Port Vila.

Randell, S., & Bolenga,  J. (2004). Girls Can Do Anything (Project No.: NSA-EDF/03/03) Project 8. ACP. VA21 – Support to Non State Actors Programme Final Report, Vanuatu Association of Women Graduates, Port Vila.

Randell, S. (Ed.) (2005). Five-module Gender and Development Training Manual, UNDP/Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, Dhaka.

Randell, S. (2005). Information about the Asia Pacific Region. Australian Peace Committee (SA) Inc Newsletter, Jan-Feb.

Randell, S. (2005). Grace Molisa, Politics of Vanuatu Women: Many Rivers We Crossed: A special tribute to Vanuatu women: Silver Jubilee celebration in pictures. Vanuatu National Women’s Council, Port Vila, (pp. 5-6).

Randell, S. (Ed.) (2005). Capacity Building for Gender Mainstreaming Project (BGD/97/037) Implemented by Ministry of Women and Children Affairs supported by United National Development Program-UNDP. Report of First Training of Trainers Program (TOT) on Gender and Development (GAD) Training Manual, UNDP, Dhaka.

Randell, S. (2006). Study 6: Wan Smolbag Theatre (WSB) radio project, Vanuatu. In Sayce, K, with  Norrish, P. (Eds.). Perceptions and Practice: An anthology of impact assessment experiences. Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), Wageningen.

Randell, S. (2006). SNV Rwanda Supports Improving Capacity in Gender at Profemmes, Nethwork 6 October, (p. 7).

Randell, S. (2006). Gender training for SNV advisors. Nethwork 5, September, (p. 7).

Randell, S. (2006). Village Phone comes to Rwanda. Rwanda Voices of Hope 13, August, (pp. 7-8).

Randell, S. (2006). SNV Rwanda supports improving capacity in gender at RIAM. Nethwork 4 July, (p. 5).

Randell, S. (2006). Postcard from Kigali, IPAA INK, Institute of Public Administration Australia New South Wales Division, Sydney, Number 26.

Randell, S. (2006). Rwandan Refugees now from Tanzania. Rwanda Voices of Hope 12, June, (pp. 3-4).

Randell, S., Kapur, H., & Dore-Weeks, R. (2007). Mainstreaming Gender into Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Programs (Ed.). Three-module Training Manual for Water Professionals developed collaboratively by PROTOS and SNV Rwanda, SNV, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2007). Rwanda’s Involvement in Engendering the Rwanda Economic Development Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS), 2007-2011. SNV Rwanda Case Studies, SNV, Kigali.

Randell, S., Joyce, M., Ikekownu, C., & Touen, A. (2007). Civil Society Partnerships and Development Policies: Emerging Trends. Paper commission by IFUW for UNESCO Forum on Higher Education, Research and Knowledge, UNESCO, Geneva.

Randell, S. with Mukasine, B., & Mutumwinka, T. (2007). Integrating Gender and Environment Aspects in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Rural Populations in Rwanda. SNV Rwanda Case Studies, SNV, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2007). HIV/AIDS Strategy in East and Southern African region. Nethwork 11, October, (p. 13).

Randell, S. (2007). Lessons from Africa. Statewide, 134, Spring, (p. 1).

Randell, S. (2007). Gender equality in education in Rwanda. Rwanda Voices of Hope 17, August, (pp. 5-6).

Randell, S. (2007). Rwanda Association of University Women: Women graduates contribute to stunning progress in Rwanda. Australian Journal of Women and Policing Winter edition, (p. 58).

Randell, S., & Huggins, A. (2007). The Contribution of Sports to Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment. International Conference on Gender Equity in Sports for Social Change Proceedings, Kigali.

Randell, S., Mukanyange, J., Mukasine, B., & Nikuze, N. (2007). SNV Gender Audit Report, SNV, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2007). Rwanda Association of University Women. Rwanda Voices of Hope, 16, June, (pp. 4-5).

Randell, S. (2007). Postcard from Kigali. IPAA INK, Institute of Public Administration Australia New South Wales Division, Sydney, Number 29: Winter.

Randell, S (2007). Water: The Lever for Development. Nethwork (8:9-10), March, and Voices of Hope (16:8), June.

Randell, S., Uwamari, J., Mukasine, B.J., & Nikuze, N. (2007). Rwanda Gender Audit, 2007. SNV Rwanda Case Studies, SNV Rwanda, Kigali.

Randell, S., & Mukanyange, J. (2007). Rwanda’s Progress Towards a Gender Equitable Society. Presented at the Women’s Parliamentary International Conference on Gender, Nation Building and the Role of Parliaments.

Randell, S., & Mukanyange, J. (2007). Moving to Gender Based Analysis in Constructing Policy in Rwanda [report of a seminar], SNV Rwanda, Kigali.

Randell, S. (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.

Randell, S. (2008). Nyamirambo Women’s Centre. Rwanda Voices of Hope. 20, July (pp. 2-3).

Randell, S. (2008). Women and Sports. Rwanda Voices of Hope. 20, July (pp. 7-8).

Randell, S. (2008). Gender Equality and Democratic Governance in the City of Port Moresby: Technical report for project planning and design. UNIFEM Pacific, Suva Fiji.

Randell, S. (2008). Career Management and Development for Women. In Guay, Marie-Michèle and Annie Lirette (Eds.).Expertise en Gestion des ressources humaines. A Cooperative RIAM-SNV Rwanda-RAUW Project funded by Canadian Cooperation, April.

Randell, S. (2008). Senior Rwandans Mentor Aspiring Women Managers. Nethwork  1, (p. 9) March 2008, and in Rwanda Voices of Hope. 19, February, (pp. 8-9).

Randell, S. (2008). Challenges in Education in Rwanda. Rwanda Voices of Hope 19, February, (pp. 3-4).

Randell, S., & Fish, J. (2008). Promoting the Retention of Women Faculty and Students in Higher Education: The Rwandan case. Women’s Worlds Conference [proceedings], Madrid, July.

Randell, S. (2008). Women’s Career Development and Management as a Strategy towards Governance for Empowerment, Rwanda 2007-8, SNV Rwanda Case Studies, SNV, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2008). SNV UNDP AA4 Project: Engendering the EDPRS at district level, 2007-2008. SNV Rwanda Case Studies, SNV, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2008). Remaking Rwanda, Women on the Line [radio broadcast]. 3CR National Community Radio Women’s Current Affairs Program. Interview with Rachel O’Connell. Melbourne/Kigali, 24 October, http://www.womenontheline.org.au Also in University of South Florida Department of Women’s Studies Library.

Randell, S. (2009). Keynote Speaker Business Session 6. In First National Biennial Conference District 24, NSW and ACT 18-20 September, Zonta International, Canberra, (pp. 28-29).

Randell, S.K., & Prendergast, D. K. (2009). Needs Assessment for the Centre for Gender, Culture and Development at the Kigali Institute of Education. Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 1, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Randell, S., & Fish, J. (2009). Gender Gaps Remain in the Education of Girls in Rwanda and Increase at Tertiary Level. InThe Education of Girls in Africa, Federation of University Women in Africa, Nigeria.

Randell, S. (2009). Rwanda Journal. Graduate Women New Zealand 8, February, (pp. 50-52).

Randell, S. (2009). Postcard from Kigali, IPAA INK, Institute of Public Administration Australia New South Wales Division, Sydney, Number 36: Autumn.

Randell, S.K. (2009). Bris Kanda Gender Analysis and Action Planning Support. [Report] New Zealand Development Agency, Bris Kanda, Lae, June.

Randell, S. (2009). Abstract on Lessons on Gender Equality in Rwanda. Women, Water and Food Security [conference highlights]. Kolkata India, Indian Federation of University Women’s Associations and Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund, 18-20 November.

Randell, S. (2009). International Conference on Gender Centres in Africa, Kigali, Rwanda, Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, 7-8 December.

Randell, S. (2010). Postcard from Kigali. IPAA INK, Institute of Public Administration Australia New South Wales Division, Sydney, Number 39: Summer 2009-2010.

Randell, S., & Gergel, D. R. (2010). The Education of Girls in Africa. In Ikekeonwu, Clara (Ed.), Girl-Child Education in Africa, CIDJAP Press, Lagos.

Randell, S., & Fish, J. (2010). Promoting the Retention of Women Faculty and Students in Higher Education: The Rwandan case. Paper presented at the Federation of University Women of Africa Conference, July 2009, published in Ikekeonwu, Clara (Ed.), Girl-Child Education in Africa, CIDJAP Press, Lagos.

Randell, S., & Hartwig, R., (2010). The State of Fertility Transition in Rwanda: A preliminary review. Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 2, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2010). Portrait of a Woman: Professor Shirley Randell, [TV Interview] with presenter Kije Mugisha, Producer Emmanuel Manou Munyarukumbuzi, Rwanda Television, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2011). Kigali Institute of Education, Centre for Gender, Culture and Development Annual Report for 2009, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Randell, S., & Ryan, S. (2011). Re-imagining Academic Meetings as Social Justice Workshops: Best practices from the International Conference on Gender Centres in Africa. Women and Language 34(1), (pp. 71-77).

Randell, S., & Asemota, O., (2011). Impact of Child Friendly Schools on Girls’ Education in Rwanda, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2011). The Role of Women in Conflict Resolution, Human Rights and Migrant Women’s Role in Working Towards their own Empowerment. FIDA: 67 Years Later, Commemorative Brochure for the 34th Convention: Theme – Women Through the Ages and Sustainable.

Randell, S. (2011). Interactive Lecture 3.1: Why Feminist Methodology, and Interactive Lecture 3.4: Interpretation of Results: Causality Analysis Through Problem Tree. In Kokanoba, Nora (Ed.) Training of Trainers in Gender Statistics.Training Report from Musanze, Rwanda, UN Women, Kigali, 5-8 September.

Randell, S., & Vogt, M. (2011). Rwanda Gendering Post-Conflict Tensions. Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 8, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Randell, S., & Zakirov, V. (2011). 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. Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali Rwanda, July.

Randell, S., & Chapman, J. (2011). Contribution of Tourism to Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Great Lakes Region. Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 7, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali https://www.dropbox.com/home/Int.Conference_Kigali_Nov_2010# , accessed. 2011.

Randell, S., & Vogt, M. (2011). Rwanda: Gendering post-conflict tensions. Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 7, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Randell, S., & Fish, J., (2011). Gender Gaps Remain in the Education of Girls in Rwanda, and Increase at Tertiary Level. Rwanda Occasional Research Paper 6, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2012). 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, Forum for African Women Educationalists, Nairobi, (pp. 62-89).

Randell, S. (2012). Commentary from Professor Shirley Randell. In Rodgers-Healey, Diann (Ed.), Women’s Activism – Insights for empowering women from global women activists, Australian Centre for Leadership of Women, Wollongong.

Randell, S., & Hilsdon, A-M., (2012). Violence and Insecurity in Schools for Teaching Personnel: Impact on educational access. Commissioned 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, Geneva, 8–12 October.

Randell, S. (2012). Remarkable Women in 2012 in Australia and around the world. The Journal for Women and Policing31, Spring, (p. 36).

Randell, S. (2012). World Class, Professional Educator: the ACE Forum for Policy, Research and Practice in Education 11(6), September, (p. 19).

Randell, S. (Ed.) (2012). AMISOM-Somali Police Gender-Based Violence Workshop. Report of presentations, discussions and findings, Nairobi, 11-14 June, SRIA Rwanda Ltd, Kigali,

Randell, S. (2013). In Rodgers-Healy, D. (Ed.) Considerations for Australia’s Next Woman Prime Minister. Australian Centre for Leadership for Women, Minnamurra, NSW.

Randell, S. (2013). In Vongalis-Macrow, Athena, [Introduction] Career Moves: Mentoring for Women Advancing Their Career and Leadership in Academia, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam.

Randell, S. (2013). RAUW initiates Colloquium on Women in Leadership in Higher Education in Rwanda. IFUW Young Members Newsletter, IFUW, Geneva, December, (pp. 8-9).

Randell, S. (2013). Commentary from Professor Shirley Randell. In Rodgers-Healey, Diann (Ed.), Women’s Activism – Insights for Empowering Women from Global Women Activists, Australian Centre for Leadership for Women, Minamurra, NSW.

Randell, S., & Kazimbaya, S. (2013). Training on Gender Mainstreaming in NELSAP Projects: Report of presentations, discussions and findings, Kigali, Nile Equatorial Lakes Subsidiary Action Program.

Randell, S., & Carlson, K. (2013). Gender Development: Working with Men for Gender Equality in Rwanda. Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity 26(3).

Randell, S., & Nevin, C. (Eds.) (2013). Focus on Gender Centres in Africa. Proceedings of an international conference, SRIA Rwanda Ltd, Kigali, April.

Randell, S., & Hendon, G. (2013). Surviving Genocide, Thriving in Politics: Rwanda women’s power. Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 5(1), (pp. 1-17).

Randell, S., & Odenyo Ndekera, C. (2013). Gender Audit in Uganda WASH Alliance Programmes: Kampala, Rwenzori and Northern Uganda. SRIA Rwanda Ltd, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2013). Highlights, Women of the World Conference, Katherine, http://vzaar.com/videos/1706187, accessed 8 July 2014.

Randell, S., in Zwart-Hopman, C. (2014). How Women Leaders Create the World: Model for Global Women’s Leadership[book and film] TOTARA, The Netherlands, 30 November.

Randell, S. (2014). Oxford Human Rights Hub Conference on Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Perspective http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/video-launch-women-and-poverty-a-human-rights-approach/

Randell, S. in Lavine, Y. (2014). Sweet 16: A portrait project with women over 60, their experiences and reflections [art exhibition] The Tap Gallery, Darlinghurst, Sydney, March.

Randell, S. (2014). Educator, Advocate, Mentor, Leader. In University of Canberra Alumni Profiles, 1 July, http://www.canberra.edu.au/alumni/profiles/shirley-randell-ao accessed 2014.

Randell, S. (2014). Women Empowerment (Gender Equality, Violence against Women, Discrimination). In Topal, Semiha (Ed.), Istanbul Summit 2014, Women’s Perspectives on UN Post 2015 Development Agenda, [forum proceedings], Istanbul, Turkey, 31 May – 1 June, (pp. 55-59).

Randell, S., & McCloskey, M. (2014). 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, (pp.107-119).

Randell, S. (2015). Celebrating Leadership Learnings in Education across Continents: Experiences of an international development adviser – Bangladesh and Rwanda. Working Paper 15/2, presented at the International Women Leading Education Across Continents (WLE) Conference 2015: Finding and harnessing the joy in our leadership, University of Waikato, Aotearoa, New Zealand, 1-3 September, ISBN: 9780980796575.

Randell, S. (2015). Global Citizenship: Learning to contribute to and take part in a wider world. Fifth Annual Perth Modernian Society Oration, Perth, August, https://www.academia.edu/14955589/ accessed 2015.

Randell, S. (2015). Evaluation of the Impact of Rwandan Women’s Political Leadership on Democracy and Development, the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, March.

Randell, S., & Earnest, J. (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, ISBN: 9780980796582.

Randell, S. (2015). Summary Preliminary Findings on the Impact of Rwandan Women’s Political Leadership on Democracy and Development. The Commonwealth Secretariat, London, March.

Randell, S. (2015). Part 1: NUR Gender Baseline Survey 2010, NUR Gender Audit 2010, NUR Strategic Plan 2011-2015. [Final report] Gender Consultancies for the National University of Rwanda: NUR Action Plan 2011-2015, Kigali Institute of Education Centre for Gender, Culture and Development, Kigali.

Randell, S. (2016). Shirley Randell AO: Coming full circle. In Ankers, Julie (Ed.), Feisty, Fabulous and 50+, Moshpit Publishing, Sydney, (pp. 152-161).

Randell, S. (nee Izett) (2016). In A Celebration of Contribution: Tales of the courage, commitment and creativity of Modernians 1911-1963, Western Australia Department of Education, (pp. 305-306). ISBN: 9780646951911.

Randell, S. (2016). Impact of Women’s Political Leadership on Democracy & Development in Rwanda, Mokoro, The Old Music Hall, Oxford, 13 April http://mokoro.co.uk/seminars/impact-of-womens-political-leadership-on-democracy-development-in-rwanda/ accessed 2016.

Randell, S. (2017). Invisible Women. Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 9(2), (pp. 79-81).

Randell, S. (2017). Women, Gender and Development: A brief history. indigo INK, indigo foundation, Sydney, November, https://www.indigofoundation.org/thinkpiece-women-gender  accessed 2017.

Randell, S. (2018). In IML Leading Edge November 2018 – John Storey Awards Winners. Leading Edge, IML-ANZ, November, www.managersandleaders.com.au accessed 2018.

Randell, S. (2018). #CelebratingWomen Roll Call [Number 265]. In Ferguson, Kristin & Catherine Fox, Women Kind: Unlocking the power of women supporting women, Murdoch Books, Crows Nest, NSW, Australia, (p. 277).

Randell, S. (2018). Celebrating Leadership Learnings in Education across Continents: Experiences of women leading in Rwanda. In McNae, Rachel and Elizabeth Reilly (Eds.). International Women Leading Education: Harnessing the joy in leadership, Rowman & Littlefield, Maryland, (pp. 149-155).

Ryan, M., (Ed.) (1993). Shirley Randell: Lifelong learning. In Beyond the Glass Ceiling: Women leaders in education, Collins Dove, Melbourne, (pp. 1-30).

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