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Media Outputs

A union of religious teachings, youth engagement and agricultural extension in PNG

TADEP Newsletter

Research to improve livelihoods in the Western Province, PNG

Book Chapter

Caffery, J., Simeon, L., & Kurika, K. K. (2022). The Importance of Mutual Understanding of Key Terminology in Development Projects: A PNG Example. In D. Hill, & F. K. Ameka (Eds.), Languages, Linguistics and Development Practices (pp. 111-134). [Chapter 5] Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-93522-1_5

Journal Articles

McKinnon K, Hill A, Appel M, Hill D, Caffery J and Pamphilon B (2022) Reflections on Reconfiguring Methods During COVID-19: Lessons in Trust, Partnership, and Care. Front. Sustain. Food Syst. https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2022.751612

Caffery, J. and Hill, D. (2019) Expensive English words: An accessible language approach for PNG agricultural development. Development in Practice 29:2, 147-158, DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2018.1530195


Pamphilon, B., Caffery, J., & Perry, J., (2022). Developing rural youth as the farmers of the future using a strengths-based approach. Centre for Sustainable Communities Monograph Series 6

Conferences & seminars

Caffery, J. Simeon, L & K.K. Kurika. 2022. Gender equitable agricultural extension through institutions and youth engagement in Papua New Guinea. APEN 2022 Conference. University of Melbourne. Victoria, Australia 

Caffery, J. 2020. Exploring culturally and linguistically appropriate approaches. Pacific Paravet Training Project: Knowledge Exchange 17 December 2020

Caffery, J. 2019. Education For Sustainability: UNESCO Research Panel - ‘Ensuring Youth Voice in Sustainable Development and Effective Program/Policy Development: The Potential for Youth as Researchers’ an invited paper for ‘Sustainability Education in Low Income Countries with a Focus on Community and Youth Voice’. CIES2019 (Collaborative and International Education Society) San Francisco, USA