Promoting Accountable Democracies: Publications

Landry, J. & von Lieres, B. (2019). Participedia as a democratic learning platform in a global context of democratic erosion. Participedia Partners Conference, Institute of Development Studies, Brighton.

Landry, J. (Ed.). (2018). Participatory, accountable, and inclusive governance in practice: A collection of Participedia case studies by Coady graduates (Innovative practice no. 7). Coady Institute. (3.26 Mb pdf)

Landry, J. & Peters, B. (2018). Assets on the right(s) track? Reflections at the intersection of human rights-based approaches and asset-based and citizen-led development (Innovation series no 19). Coady Institute. (1.92 Mb pdf)

Landry, J. & Peters, B. (2017). Human rights based approaches and citizen-led, asset-based and community-driven development: Discussion paper (Innovation series). Coady Institute. (593K pdf)

Gaventa, J., & McGee, R. (2013). The impact of transparency and accountability initiatives. Development Policy Review, 31(S1), S3-S28. Link.

Cameron, C. (2012). Community engagement in HIA: The value of lay knowledge. 12th International Conference on Health Impact Assessment, August 28-30, Quebec.

Cameron, C., & Irving, C. (2012). 50+ years of educating for citizen participation: Lessons from the Coady International Institute. North American IAP2 Conference, September 30-October 2, Halifax.

Cameron, C., Ghosh, S., & Eaton, S. (2011). Facilitating communities in designing and using their own community health impact assessment tool. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 31(4), 433-437. LinkDownload. (135K pdf)

Coady, M., & Cameron, C. (2012). Community health impact assessment: Fostering community learning and healthy public policy at the local level. In L.M. English (Ed.), Adult Education and Health. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Foroughi, B., Irving, C., & Savage, S. (2011). Learning leadership for community action. Pre-conference Roundtable Presentation, Honouring CASAE: Past, Present and Future. June 8, OISE/UT Toronto.

Foroughi, B., Irving, C., & Savage, S. (2011).  A local case of global learning: critical reflections on leadership education for international community development practitioners.  In A.-M. Houghton, (Ed.), Proceedings of the 41st Annual Standing Conference on University Teaching and Research in the Education of Adults, pp.41-48. Download. (81K pdf).

Gaventa, J. (2011). Civil society and power. In M. Edwards (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of civil society (pp. 416-427). New York: Oxford University Press.

Gaventa, J. (2011). Participation makes a difference: But not always how and where we might expect. Development Outreach, 13(1), 72-74.

Gaventa, J. (2011). Power and participation. In A. Cornwall & I. Scoones (Eds.), Revolutionizing development: Reflections on the work of Robert Chambers (pp.  67-73). London: Earthscan.

Irving, C.J., & English, L.M. (2011). Transformative learning with women: A critical review proposing linkages for the personal and political spheres. Proceedings of the 52nd National Conference of the AERC and the 30th National Conference of CASAE, OISE-University of Toronto, June 9-12, pp. 305-312. Download. (54K pdf)

McGee, R., & Gaventa, J. (2011). Shifting power? Assessing the impact of transparency and accountability initiatives. IDS Working Paper No. 383Download. (200K pdf)

Cameron, C. (2009). Community driven health impact assessment: Safe-guarding community well-being. Presented at the 29th Annual IAIA Conference, May 16-22, Accra. Download. (101K pdf)

Fletcher, D., Irving, C., Cameron, C., & Gladkikh, O. (2008). Facilitating transformative learning for participatory governance: Inpsired by the Antigonish Movement, challenged by the Great Turning. Presented at the Transformative Learning Conference, University of Toronto, October 16-18.

Foroughi, B. (2008). Prospects and challenges of democratic learning in democratic settings; the case of Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC). Presented at the Transformative Learning Conference, University of Toronto, October 16-18.

MacDonald, J. (2006). Village Development Committees for representative and responsive rural governance. Occasional paper #6Download. (727K pdf)

The Open Access Movement and Information for Development: From May 29 – June 9, 2006, the Coady International Institute convened an online discussion on Open Access. This created a space for people to share their views on what Open Access can mean in terms of information for adult education and development in the Global South.

Cameron, C. (2005). Empowering communities by applying community health impact assessmentDownload. (27K pdf)

Turay, T.M. (2004). Peace movements and activism. Presented at Peacemaking in the 21st Century Conference, University of Maine, June 18-20.

Gladkikh, O. (Ed.). (2002). Democracy and active citizen engagement: Best practices in advocacy and networking. Antigonish, NS: Coady Institute.


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