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


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


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


Involving participants in data analysis (0)

Published on Thu, 5/03/15 | News, Publications, Research

The Springer Peace Psychology Series will soon publish a new book Methodologies in Peace Psychology with a chapter on participatory data analysis by Dr Anouk Ride. Drawing on her experience in the arts, development and peacebuilding projects using local researchers and ways of eliciting data from groups and individuals, the chapter explores different methods and approaches … Read more


“Talemaot – Solomon stories of peace and conflict” available as e-book (0)

Published on Mon, 5/05/14 | Books, News, Publications, Research, Uncategorized

Talemaot 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. The book, edited by Anouk Ride, features creative writing by Chelcia Gomese, Regina Lepping, Georgianna Lepping, Fred Percy Maedola, Anthony Maelasi, Julian Maka’a, Christina Mitini, Jasmine Navala-Waleafea … Read more


Information in Natural Disasters Report (0)

Published on Tue, 4/03/14 | News, Publications, Research, Uncategorized

Information in Natural Disasters – Solomon Islands assesses current information materials on natural disasters in Solomon Islands, identifies the key actors in disseminating information during a disaster and provides recommendations for future disaster content and communications. Communities in Kuma, Weathercoast and Nea, Temotu were asked what they know already about natural disasters, what they need … Read more


Fish and development in Malaita (0)

Published on Fri, 29/03/13 | News, Publications, Uncategorized

Read some new blogs, drafted by Anouk Ride for World Fish, about the challenges they face regarding aquatic agricultural systems in Malaita, Solomon Islands. Blog 1) Malaita community champions development: http://www.worldfishcenter.org/news-events/malaita-community-champion-their-development Blog 2) Women have nothing to do with fish, or do they?: http://www.worldfishcenter.org/news-events/momen-have-nothing-to-do-with-fish-or-do-they Blog 3) Moving towards more innovative development in Malaita: http://www.worldfishcenter.org/news-events/moving-towards-more-innovative-development-malaita


Promotional project materials – Oceanic Fisheries Management Project (0)

Published on Sat, 22/01/11 | Publications
Promotional project materials – Oceanic Fisheries Management Project

Most recently, I produced a series of factsheets, folders, brochure and a short film were made for the Oceanic Fisheries Management Project, a UNDP-GEF funded project coordinated by the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency and Secretariat of the Pacific Community and also involving conservation organisations WWF and IUCN (see http://www.ffa.int/gef for project details and downloads). … Read more