PNA Tuna Consultancy Ends (0)

Published on Tue, 2/05/17 | News, Publications, Uncategorized

PERSONAL MESSAGE: After working for the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA www.pnatuna.com) for the past seven years, my consultancy with PNA to provide communications, strategic advice, event coordination and archives support has finally come to a close. Its been a great pleasure to work with the PNA, a unique example of indigenous people managing … Read more


ARCKathleen Fitzpatrick Fellowship Mentorship Scheme (0)

Published on Mon, 30/01/17 | News, Research, Uncategorized

In December 2016, Anouk Ride was selected to participate in a workshop designed to assist early career female academics to identify strategies and opportunities to advance their career. With a rousing keynote from reknowned law academic Hillary Charlesworth, facilitation by historian Joy Damousi, and dozens of sessions sharing knowledge of female researchers and lecturers, the … Read more


Community Resilience in Natural Disasters available in Kindle edition (0)

Published on Thu, 10/11/16 | News, Uncategorized

Told through the voices of local community leaders, “Community Resilience in Natural Disasters” by Dr Anouk Ride and Prof. Diane Bretherton analyzes how communities respond to natural disasters and how outsiders contribute positively – or negatively – to their response, promoting debate on the role of aid and the media in times of crisis. A … Read more


Gender analysis of alcohol and violence & discussion guide complete (0)

Published on Fri, 7/10/16 | News, Research, Uncategorized

Save the Children Australia’s Solomon Islands office is undertaking a groundbreaking project on alcohol and violence entitled: “Supporting Youth in Dealing with Alcohol Use to Reduce Violence against Women and Children in Solomon Islands” (abbreviated as the Youth and Alcohol Project). In June 2016, the office commissioned a gender analysis regarding alcohol and violence which … Read more


Story of “Grand Experiment” recognised in new scholarship for Indigenous students (0)

Published on Fri, 7/10/16 | News, Publications, Uncategorized

The book entitled “The Grand Experiment” follows the story of two Indigenous boys – Conaci and Dirimera – that were the first Indigenous people from Australia to travel to Italy in the 1800s. Since the publication of the book in 2007, there have been several moves towards reconciliation regarding this issue – the story was … Read more


Solomon stories of peace and conflict for sale at USP (0)

Published on Sun, 14/08/16 | News, Publications, Uncategorized

TALEMAOT: Solomon stories of peace and conflict” is a collection of creative writing on the topical issues facing the country today by Solomon Islands writers and includes poems, short stories and short film scripts now printed and available for sale at University of South Pacific. TALEMAOT includes stories about everything from politics to disasters, family … Read more


Need for more nuance in discussions on violence and culture in Solomon Islands (0)

Published on Wed, 13/04/16 | News, Research, Uncategorized

On a recent blog on Devpolicy, Dr Anouk Ride discusses how gender-based violence is framed in the Solomon Islands context and argues for a more nuanced policy and public debate on why men are violent, what role men and women have in legitimising this violence and, critically, how this can be changed. Read What’s culture … Read more


New article on involving participants in data analysis available (0)

Published on Fri, 6/11/15 | News, Publications, Research, Uncategorized

Dr Anouk Ride contributed one of many articles on research methodology to the new Springer title: Methodologies in Peace Psychology: Peace Research by Peaceful Means. The article “Involving Participants in Data Analysis” discusses the researcher’s experience with different methodologies in which participants conduct analysis and includes a checklist of things to consider if you are … Read more


Human Security and Markets Report available online (0)

Published on Fri, 14/08/15 | News, Publications, Research

This independent research report, Human Security and Livelihoods in Savo Island, Solomon Islands: Engaging with the Market Economy, aims to identify the ways in which Solomon Islanders from Savo Island engage with the Honiara Central Market (HCM). The main aim of the project is to provide evidence-based research that can inform government and donor responses … Read more


Winner of Dean’s Award for Outstanding Research Higher Degree Theses 2014 (0)

Published on Wed, 15/04/15 | News, Research

Dr Anouk Ride was announced as one of two winners of the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Research Higher Degree Theses 2014 from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Queensland. The award is based on examiner’s reports for theses they consider to be a substantial contribution to the field of research. Below is … Read more