Communities Surviving Migration
Edited by James P. Robson, Dan Klooster, and Jorge Hernandez-Diaz
UNESCO Biosphere Reserves
Edited by Maureen G. Reed and Martin F. Price
Imagining the future of Knowledge Mobilization
Reed et al
(Chapter 2, pp 31-50)
Reports, creative works, and other good stuff
Reed, M.G., Robson, J.P., Lindgren, A., Friedrichsen, P., Brock, T., Davidson-Hunt, I., Lichtenstein, G., Shackleton, S., Vasseur, L., and Worthen, H. 2020. Foundational principles for intercultural research with Indigenous and rural peoples: Connecting principles to knowledge mobilization. In: Imagining the Future of Knowledge Mobilization: Perspectives from UNESCO Chairs (Chapter 2, pp. 31-50). Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada / Canadian Commission for UNESCO. Ottawa: Canada. Availble in English and French.
Robson, J.P., Wilson, S.J., Mora Sanchez, C. and Bhatt, A. 2020. Youth and the future of community forestry. Land 9(11), 406; https://doi.org/10.3390/land9110406. Part of a Special Issue on ‘Migration and Land’ (see: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/land/special_issues/Migration_land).
M.G, Reed, J.P. Robson, A. Lindgren, P. Friedrichsen, T. Brock, I.J. Davidson-Hunt, G. Lichtenstein, S. Shackleton, L. Vasseur, and H. Worthen. 2020. Foundational Principles for Intercultural and International Research with Indigenous and Rural Peoples: Connecting Principles to Knowledge Mobilization. A Thought Leadership Paper on Knowledge Mobilization, produced for a joint CCUNESCO/SSHRC partnership initiative. (Peer reviewed). Canadian Commission for UNESCO and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
Wilson, S.J., Robson, J.P., Davidson-Hunt, I., and Francisco, S (eds). 2019. ‘The Future of Forest Work and Communities’, Special Issue of World Development Perspectives. Details provided at: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/world-development-perspectives/special-issue/100DVLFD8D6
Balkhi, L. 2019. Moving Towards Meaningful Engagement of Indigenous Peoples in Governance of UNESCO Global Geoparks. MSEM Report. University of Saskatchewan.
Brock, Tegan. 2019. Characterizing good-practice engagement between resource developers and Indigenous communities in Northern Saskatchewan. Master's Thesis. University of Saskatchewan.
Robson, J., Wilson, S., Francisco, S., and M. Rice. 2019. The Future of Forest Work and Communities: Learning from Youth Engagement Workshops in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Working Report.
Robson, J. P., Hugo Asselin, Miriam Castillo, Leigh Fox, Scott Francisco, Birendra Karna, Amanda Karst, Julia Quaedvlieg, Michelle Sanchez Luja, Maria Paula Sarigumba, Marlene Soriano, Fermín Sosa Pérez, Sarah J. Wilson, Julio Zetina. 2019. 'Engaging youth in conversations about community and forests: Methodological reflections from Asia, Africa, and the Americas'. World Development Perspectives, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wdp.2019.100141.
Robson, J. P., Fermin Sosa Pérez, Michelle Sanchez Luja. 2019. 'Exploring youth-community-forest linkages in rural Mexico'. World Development Perspectives, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wdp.2019.100140.
Walker, H., Reed, M.G., and B. Thiessen. 2019. Gender and Diversity Analysis in Impact Assessment Report for the CEAA.
Bradford, L., Walker, H., Fletcher, A. and M.G. Reed. 2018. Scoping Review of GBA+ Implementation and Practice in Six Priority Areas for ECCC.
Clayoquot Biosphere Trust. 2018 Vital Signs Report.
Worthen, Holly. 2018. "Constructing the female coffee farmer: Do corporate smart-economic initiatives promote gender equity within agricultural value chains?" in Economic Anthropology