Marie Michael Library
Global Change Leaders
Asset Based Community Development, Resilience and Innovation
- Mathie, A. & Cunningham, G. (2002). From clients to citizens: Asset-based community development as a strategy for community driven development. (Occasional paper no. 4). Antigonish, NS: Coady International Institute. (576K pdf)
- Cunningham, G. (2010). Community economic literacy and the “leaky bucket”. (Occasional paper no. 9). Antigonish, NS: Coady International Institute. (1.85 Mb pdf)
- Digital Leaky Bucket, the online version of the tool is available for download.
- Eliasov, N., Elamanzi, Cunningham, G., & Peters, B. (2012). Compendium of methods and tools for ABCD facilitation. Johannesburg, SA: GIBS. This document was generated at the first ABCD Training of Trainers program offered by the Gordon Institute of Business Science (South Africa) and the Coady Institute. (4.47 Mb pdf)
- ISC Staff. (2015, November 5). What is community resilience, and why does it matter? [Blog post].
- Johnson, P. (2016, April 14). How to put yourself first (really!) [Blog post].
- Malhotra, A., Schulte, J., Patel, P., & Petesch, P. (2009). Innovation for women’s empowerment and gender equality. Washington, DC: ICRW.
- Seelos, C. & Mair, J. (2016). When innovation goes wrong. Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Climate Change, Environment and Women’s Leadership
- Bathge, S. (2010). The governance cluster: Climate change and gender: economic empowerment of women through climate mitigation and adaptation (Working paper)? Eschborn, Germany: GTZ.
- Otzelberger, A. (2014). Tackling the double injustice of climate change and gender inequality. Geneva: CARE International.
- UNDP. (2010). The Community Water Initiative: Fostering water security and climate change adaptation and mitigation. New York: UNDP.
- UN Women. (n.d.). Why is climate change a gender issue? (Brief). Suva, Fiji: UN Women Fiji Multi-Country Office. (1.29 Mb pdf)
- WHO. (2014). Gender, climate change and health. Geneva: WHO.
Communication and Media Engagement
- Tolman, K. (2017, June 29). What is graphic recording (and graphic facilitation) [Blog post]?
Creating Systems Change Through Innovation and Collaboration
- Hutchison, K. (2014). Systems thinking and evaluation [Video file]. (5:11 min.)
- Sustainable Human. (2014). How wolves change rivers [Video file]. (4:33 min.)
- TED Talks. (2010). Eric Berlow: Simplifying complexity [Video file]. (3:36 min.)
- Waters Foundation. (2014). Habits of a systems thinker (2nd ed.). Pittsburgh, PA: Waters Foundation. (431K pdf)
- FSGImpact. (2013). Champions for change: Collective impact backbone workshop [Video file]. (5:06 min.)
- FSGImpact. (2013). Collective impact practitioner insights: Kat Allen, Communities that Care Coalition [Video file]. (6:13 min.)
- FSGImpact. (2013). Collective impact practitioner insights: Paul Born & Liz Weaver, Tamarack Institute [Video file]. (6:09 min.)
- GCFonline. (2012). Collective impact – 2012 [Video file]. (2:13 min.)
- Hanleybrown, F., Kania, J., & Kramer, M. (2012). Channeling change: Making collective impact work. Stanford Social Innovation Review.
- Kahane, A. (2013). Transformative scenario planning: A tool for systemic change. Social Change, 16-22.
- Kania, J. & Kramer, M. (2011). Collective impact. Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Theory of Change
- Brown, A.-M. (2017, July 27). Different software for developing and visualising theories of change [Blog post].
- O’Flynn, M., et al. (2012). Theory of change: What’s it all about? ONTRAC, no. 51.
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
- Coe, J. & Majot, J. (2013). Monitoring, evaluation and learning in NGO advocacy: Findings from comparative policy advocacy MEL review project. [n.l.]: ODI.
- Davies, R. & Dart, J. (2005). The ‘Most Significant Change’ (MSC) technique: A guide to its use. London: CARE International. (1.23 Mb pdf)
- Haddock, P. (2015). Monitoring and evaluating training: Challenges, opportunities and recommendations (Praxis paper no. 30). Oxford, UK: INTRAC.
- Podems, D. & Negroustoueva, S. (2016). Feminist evaluation. BetterEvaluation.
- UN Women. (2013). Gender Equality Evaluation Portal.
- UN Women. (2015). How to manage gender-responsive evaluation: Evaluation handbook. New York, NY: UN Women Independent Evaluation Office.
Gender and Governance
- Budlender, D., Sharp, R., & Allen, K. (1998). How to do a gender-sensitive budget analysis: Contemporary research and practice. London: Commonwealth Secretariat. (680K pdf)
- Chavz, E. (2009). Part 5: Participatory governance in the Philippines – Antique [Video file]. (3:45 min.)
- Parpart, J. (2004). Gender, power and governance in a globalizing world. Aalborg, Denmark: Institut for Historie, Internationale Studier og Samfundsforhold, Aalborg Universitet. (249K pdf)
- Schneider, G. Shackelford, J. (1998). Ten principles of feminist economics: A modestly proposed antidote.
- Siddique, K. (2013). A case study of gender responsive budgeting in Bangladesh. London: Commonwealth Secretariat. (1.81 Mb pdf)
- TVEAPfilms. (2010). People power part 1 of 4 [Video file]. (7:18 min.)
- TVEAPfilms. (2010). People power part 2 of 4 [Video file]. (3:37 min.)
- TVEAPfilms. (2010). People power part 3 of 4 [Video file]. (5:07 min.)
- World Bank. (2001). Engendering development: Through gender equality in rights, resources, and voice. (Policy research report). New York: Oxford University Press. (1.39 Mb pdf)
Gender and Power Analysis
- Jaffe, S. (2013). Trickle-down feminism. Dissent Magazine.
- The Powercube: Understanding power for social change
- VeneKlasen, L. & Miller, V. (2007). Power and empowerment. In A new weave of power, people, and politics: The action guide for advocacy and citizen participation (pp. 39-58). Bourton-on-Dunsmore, Warwickshire, UK: Practical Action. (202K pdf)
Inclusive Economics and Women’s Economic Empowerment
- Center for Social Innovation. (n.d.). The social business model canvas. (1.36 Mb pdf)
- Ferris, S., Mundy, P., & Best, R. (2009). Getting to market: From agriculture to agroenterprise. Baltimore, MD: Catholic Relief Services.
- de Morais, N. (2010). Conjunto las Palmeiras, Fortaleza, Brazil: Banco Palmas. (133K pdf)
- Helmore, K. (2011). Tanzania: Linking savings groups to mobile banking. S. Chidiac (Ed.). (Access Africa technical learning series, no. 2). Atlanta, GA: CARE USA. (1.23 Mb pdf)
- Lee, N. (2012). Ela Bhatt: Organizing self-employed women in India. (Global Change Leaders case study). Antigonish, NS: Coady Institute. (554K pdf)
- Mathie, A. & Ghore, Y. (2011). Innovative types of formal member-based organizations (MBOs): Towards an analysis of trends and a guide to MBO potential. (Technical report to IDRC Grant No. 106282-010). Antigonish: Coady International Institute. (1.29 Mb pdf)
- Mayoux, L. & Mackie, G. (2007). Making the strongest links: A practical guide to mainstreaming gender analysis in value chain development. Geneva, Switzerland: ILO. (1.88 Mb pdf)
- Nissanke, M. & Thorbecke, E. (2010). Linking globalization to poverty in Asia, Latin America and Africa. (Policy brief, no. 3). Helsinki, Finland: United Nations University. (895K pdf)
- Sheck, R., Donovon, J., Stoin, D. (2013). Assessing impacts of value chain development on poverty: A case-study companion to the 5Capitals Tool. World Agroforestry Centre, Bioversity International and Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center, CATIE. (5.43 Mb pdf)
- Social Enterprise Institute at Northeastern University. (2011, October 28). Aravind eye care system.
- UNDP. (2004). Unleashing entrepreneurship: Making business work for the poor. New York: UNDP. (2.24 Mb pdf)
Self and Leadership
- Batliwala, S. (2011). Feminist leadership for social transformation: Clearing the conceptual cloud. New Delhi: CREA. (2.99 Mb pdf)
- Batliwala, S. (2012). Changing their world: Concepts and practices of women’s movements. (2nd ed.). Toronto: AWID.
- Batliwala, S. & Rao, A. (2004). Conversations with women on leadership and social transformation. [n.l.]: Gender at Work. (252K pdf)
- CBM. (n.d.). PPP: The 3P’s for inclusion of women with disabilities: The personal, the political, the policy. [n.l.]: CBM. (1.05 Mb pdf)
- CBM. (2013). CBM submission on women and girls with disabilities to the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities as requested by CRPD/C/8/3, February 16, 2013. (666K pdf)
- CBMworldwide. (2016). Nothing about us without us [Video file]. (4:43 min.)
- Handicap International. (2015). Gender and disability: A way forward to overcoming multiple discrimination (Briefing paper). [n.l.]: Handicap International. (224K pdf)
- Hao, A. P. (2016, December 15). Decolonizing feminism: A Brazilian perspective [Blog post].
- Kiln.it. (2014, February 4). Women’s rights country by country: Interactive. The Guardian.
- Manivannan, S. (2017, March 12). When people say women are against women, I get so irritated. Because you must find out why. Scroll.in.
- Manning, S. (2014). Feminist intersectional policy analysis: Resource development and extraction framework (FemNorthNet fact sheet). Ottawa, ON: Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women.
- Shiva, V. (2013). Vandana Shiva: Our violent economy is hurting women. Yes magazine.
- TED2012. (2012). Susan Cain: The power of introverts [Video file]. (18:57 min.)
- TED Talks. (n.d.). Playlist: How to be a great leader.
- TED Talks. (n.d.). Playlist: Personal stories from conflict zones.
Women’s Rights and Citizenship
- Brysk, A. (2014, January 30). Does women’s empowerment encourage good global citizenship? [Blog post]. New Security Beat.
- IDRC. (2008). Decentralization, local power and women’s rights: Global trends in participation, representation and access to public services. Policy recommendations from the international conference, Mexico City. (605K pdf)
- Mukhopadhyay, M. & Singh, N. (Eds.). (2007). Gender justice, citizenship, and development. Ottawa, ON: IDRC.
- Ashoka Foundation
- AWID – Association for Women’s Rights in Development
- DAWN – Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era
- The Hunger Project is committed to the sustainable end of world hunger.
- SEEP Network‘s vision is for markets to provide opportunities for all to engage and prosper.
- SEWA – Self Employed Women’s Association
- Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship
- Stanford Social Innovation Review
- Tamarack Institute
- UN Women, United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women
- Waters Foundation
- Achola, P. (2012). Kakenya Ntaiya: Empowering Maasai girls in Kenya. (Global Change Leaders case study). Antigonish, NS: Coady Institute. (529K pdf)
- Adeleye-Fayemi, B. & Horn, J. (Eds.). (2009). Voice, power and soul: Portraits of African feminists. Accra, Ghana: African Women’s Development Fund. (7.37 Mb pdf)
- AWID. (2004). Intersectionality: A tool for gender and economic justice. Toronto: AWID.
- Hess, R. (2012). Dr. Bogaletch Gebre: KMG Ethiopia. (Global Change Leaders case study). Antigonish, NS: Coady Institute. (574K pdf)
- Jones, L., & Hess, R. (2012). Perveen Shaikh: Promoting women’s economic leadership in Pakistan. (Global Change Leaders case study). Antigonish, NS: Coady Institute. (458K pdf)
- Lee, N. (2012). Dr. Zilda Arns Neumann: Humanizing the health care system in Brazil. (Global Change Leaders case study). Antigonish, NS: Coady Institute. (559K pdf)
- Thorpe, J., Mathie, A., & Ghore, Y. (2016). A typology of market-based approaches to include the most marginalized. Antigonish, NS: Coady Institute.
- Wainaina, N. (2012). Herstory: Our journey: advocating for the rights of African women. [n.l.]: The African Women’s Development and Communication Network (FEMNET). (12.82 Mb pdf)
- WIEGO. Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing. (2017). WIEGO in brief.