Academic Publications

Books & Book Chapters

Ride, Anouk & Diane Bretherton (2011) Community Resilience in Natural Disasters. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bretherton, Diane & Anouk Ride (2012) Disasters, Psychology and Social Justice. In: Johnson, C. & H. Friedman, (eds) Praegar Handbook of Social Justice and Psychology. New York: Praegar.

Ride, Anouk. (ed) (2013). Talemaot – Solomon stories of peace and conflict. Honiara, Solomon Islands.

Ride, Anouk (2015) Involving Participants in Data Analysis. In: Law, S.F. & D. Bretherton, Methodologies in Peace Psychology: Peace Research by Peaceful Means. New York: Springer.

Ride Anouk (ed) (2015). Talemaot – Solomon stories of peace and conflict, 2nd expanded edition. Suva: University of South Pacific.

Ride, A. (2016) Involving Participants in Data Analysis. Methodologies in Peace Psychology. New York, Springer.

Ride, A., H. Erikkson, J.Tutuo, C. Gomese, D. Boso (2021) Catching Fish in COVID19 Currents. Covid19 in the islands: A comparative perspective on the Carribean and the Pacific. Singapore, Springer.

Recent Academic & Policy Publications


Miletic, T. & A. Ride, Tensions are high between China and Australia over Solomon Islands but it’s in everyone’s interests to simmer down. The Guardian. 5 April 2022:

A. Ride, New Australian Government must draw “red lines” in Solomon Islands. Australian Outlook. 23 May 2022.

Ride, A. & T. Miletic, Stepping carefully amidst conflict in the Pacific. Pursuit 5 April 2022:

Keen M, Sanderson D, Osborne K, Deo R, Faith J, Ride A. Area-based approaches and urban recovery in the Pacific: lessons from Fiji, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. Environment and Urbanization. March 2022. doi:10.1177/09562478211072668


Ride, A., ‘Honiara as the smoke subsides’ The Interpreter Lowy Institute, 26 November 2021:

Ride, A., ‘Solomon Islands Security: Blame and Breakable Gifts After the Riots’ Australian Outlook Australian Institute of International Affairs, 7 December 2021:

Ride, A. et. al , ‘Lessons from a decade of disasters: building community resilience in Solomon Islands’ Australia Pacific Security College:

Erikkson, H et. al ‘Enhancing fish-based livelihoods and safe aquatic food distribution in island food systems’ SPC Fisheries Newsletter 165, May 2021.

Ride, A. et. al, Community Based Fisheries Management Plan Reviews: Facilitation Guide, Secretariat of the Pacific Community/WorldFish/University of Wollongong. See:

Kopel, E., Keen, M. & A. Ride, Why Local Markets Matter for Pacific Security, Crawford School of Public Policy/ANU:


Ride, A. ‘Solomon Islands’ Long Summer of Discontent’ Development Bulletin Issue 82, December.

Ride A. & M. Keen ‘Too few boots on the ground? Women in Security in Pacific Islands’ Policy Forum (13 May 2020). Canberra: Australian National University.

Ride, A. & G. Kekea ‘Together or Apart Against COVID19 in the Solomon Islands’ Policy Forum (5 June 2020). Canberra: Australian National University.

Ride, A., M. Batalofo, C. Gomese, H. Eriksson, ‘Rural Women’s Role in Pacific Fisheries’, Policy Forum (26 November 2020). Canberra: Australian National University.

McDougall C, Akester M, Boso D, Choudhury A, Hasiba Z, Karissa H, Pereira M, Price C, Ride A, Scott J, Shearer D, Sutcliffe S and Thilsted SH. 2020. Ten strategies for research quality in distance research during COVID-19 and future food system shocks. Penang, Malaysia: CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems. Program Brief: FISH-2020-11.


Ride, A. & P. Soaki Women’s Experiences of Family Violence Services in Solomon Islands. Honiara:

SIG/Australian Aid.

Keen, M. & A. Ride ‘Trading Places: Inclusive Cities in Pacific Islands’, Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 60:3 October 2019.

Ride, A. ‘Riots in the Solomon Islands: the day after’, Australian Outlook 26 April 2019.

Ride, A. ‘After the Switch: the new China-Solomon ties, conflict and international aid’, Australian Outlook 4 October 2019.

Ride, A. ‘Infrastructure, conflict and the Pacific: risks and realities’, Australian Outlook 26 August 2019.

Ride, A. ‘Youth Inclusive Development: Challenges and Potential in Solomon Islands’ In Brief, Department of Pacific Affairs, Australian National University, 2019:1.

Ride A. Young Women’s Participation in the Informal Economy. Publication featuring analysis of disadvantaged young women of barriers to livelihoods for CAUSE Project, World Bank.


Ride A. Stretim: Social Attitudes to Violence Against Women and Girls in Solomon Islands. Honiara:

Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs.

Bretherton, D. & A. Ride Peace Research by Peaceful Means Conference Paper for the American Psychological Association Division 48 Convention. South Bend: APA.

Ride, A. Solomon Islands Status of Youth Report. Suva, Fiji, United Nations Development Programme.

Ride A. Women’s Participation in the Informal Economy. Internal Publication for CAUSE Project, World Bank.

Ride A. & W. Gebe, HerStory: Women Working in Corrections 1986-2018. Honiara, Correctional Services Solomon Islands.


Ride A. Forever the future? Youth and peacebuilding in Solomon Islands, Paper presented to

Humanitarian Aid and Development Research Initiative, University of Western Sydney, 5

October 2017.

Ride, A. Gender & Social Inclusion in Community Governance and Grievance Management. Honiara, Solomon Islands, Ministry of Provincial Government & Institutional Strengthening.


Ride, A. Involving Participants in Data Analysis. Methodologies in Peace Psychology. New York,


Ride, A. Gender Analysis of Violence and Alcohol Abuse in Urban Solomon Communities. Save the Children Australia.

Ride, A. What’s culture go to do with it? Causes of intimate partner violence. Devpolicy 13/04/2016.

Ride, A. ed. Talemaot: Solomon stories of peace and conflict. Suva, Fiji, University of South Pacific.