Publications

Barefoot have been published in a number of places, including the following (many of these are available to download here):

Books and book chapters

Hartworth, C. Hartworth, J. and Convery, I. 2012. Survival Sex Work: Vulnerable, Violent and Hidden Lifescapes in the North East of England, in Making Sense of Place: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Eds. Convery, I., Corsane, G. and Davis,P. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge.

Hartworth, C. 2009. Hidden Markets – Sex Work in Northumberland and Tyne and Wear, Think 4. Northern Rock Foundation, Newcastle.

Hartworth, C. 2007. Keeping Prisoners and Their Families Together: A Review of Family and Social Support Within the North East Reducing Re-offending Action Plan, Think 1. Northern Rock Foundation, Newcastle.

Howorth, C. 1999. Rebuilding the Local Landscape: Environmental Management in Burkina Faso, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Journals

Hartworth, C., Hartworth, J. and Convery, I. 2012. Knowledge Mapping and Working with Difficult to Reach Groups: Sex Work Knowledge in the City, in Advances in Applied Sociology, Vol.2, No.1, 81-88.

Hartworth, C., Hartworth, J. and Convery, I. 2007. Community Safety: A Theoretical Perspective, Research and Practice in Social Sciences Vol.3, No.1 (August) 1-18

Hartworth, C. and Hartworth, J. 2007. Participatory Evaluation of the Inspire Public Art Programme in South East Northumberland, Participatory Learning and Action, Issue (55).

Howorth, C, Kirkby, J and O’Keefe, P. 2001. Introduction: Rethinking Environment and Development in Africa and Asia, The Journal of Land Degradation and Development Special Issue: Rethinking Environment and Development in Africa and Asia (eds. John Kirkby, Phil O’Keefe, Chris Howorth) Vol. 12, Issue 3, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Howorth, C. and Mahiri, I. 2001. Twenty Years of Resolving the Irresolvable: Approaches to the Fuelwood Problem in Kenya, The Journal of Land Degradation and Development Special Issue: Rethinking Environment and Development in Africa and Asia (eds. John Kirkby, Phil O’Keefe, Chris Howorth) Vol. 12, Issue 3, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Howorth, C, O’Keefe, P, and Convery, I, 2001. Gardening to Reduce Hazard: Urban Agriculture in Tanzania, The Journal of Land Degradation and Development Special Issue: Rethinking Environment and Development in Africa and Asia (eds. John Kirkby, Phil O’Keefe, Chris Howorth) Vol. 12, Issue 3, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Howorth, C, Kirkby, J, O’Keefe, P, and Collins, A, 2001. A Survey of Evaluation Experience in Complex Emergencies, The International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 5.2, 2001.

Howorth, C, Soussan, J and Emmel, N, 1999. Ecosystems Management and Social Security, IUCN – The World Conservation Union, March 26.

Howorth, C, O’Keefe, P and Convery, I, 1999, Energy Utilization in Peri-Urban Areas: Issues of Demand, in Energy for Sustainable Development, The Journal of the International Energy Initiative.

Howorth, C and O’Keefe, P, 1999. Farmers do it Better: Local Management of Change in Southern Burkina Faso, The Journal of Land Degradation and Development, Vol. 10, Issue: 2.

Howorth, C and O’Keefe, P, 1996. Drought-Induced Resettlement: A Case Study from Burkina Faso, Journal of Regional Environmental Change 1, 15-23, 1999.

Chris Howorth, Momo Masoka and Joanne Harnmeyer A Local Stakeholders Workshop on Urban Agriculture ENDA, Harare, 1996.

Howorth, C and Konaté, O, 1995. Traditional Medicine and Tree Planting in Burkina Faso, Baobab Journal, Oxfam: ALIN, November edition.

Howorth, C, Kirkby, J and O’Keefe, P. 1992. Whatever Happened to Brazil 1992: an Earth Charter for Whom?, In Dahl, J., Drakakis-Smith, D. and Narman, N. (eds) University of Götenburg, Sweden.

Howorth, C. 1992. Energy Transitions in Africa, Boiling Point, ITDG, No.27.

Magazines

Hartworth, C. and Hartworth, J. (2006) Third World Development, Loss of Entitlements and Community Safety, National Community Safety Network Monthly (6th October 2006).

Hartworth, C. and Hartworth, J. (2006) Strong Communities Get What They Are Entitled To, New Start (Vol 8, No.359).

Howorth, C, 1992. Listening and Watching Saves Energy and Money, ILEIA, 1/92.

Published Working Papers (1994-1999) University of Northumbria, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Howorth, C, O’Keefe, P and Moyo, S, 1999. Spatial Development Issues in Southern Africa: Current Progress.

Howorth, C, Kirkby, J and O’Keefe, P, 1999. A Survey of Evaluation Experience in Complex Emergencies, 1999.

Howorth, C, O’Keefe, P and Convery, I, 1998. Urban Agriculture in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Howorth, C and O’Keefe, P, 1998. Rebuilding the Local Landscape in Southern Burkina Faso.

Howorth, C and O’Keefe, P, 1998. Spatial Development Initiatives: A Development Approach in Post-Apartheid South and Southern Africa.

Howorth, C, O’Keefe, P and Kirkby, J, 1997. Addressing Global Warming: The Challenge of the Kyoto Summit.

Howorth, C. 1996. Integrated Rural Extension: The Gestion de Terroirs Approach and an Example from Burkina Faso.

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