Publications

Blogs

Ahmed A, Newell-Jones K and Powell R (2020) Different evidence, same community: putting female genital cutting research into practice.  ORCHID PROJECT https://www.orchidproject.org/different-evidence-same-community-putting-female-genital-cutting-research-into-practice/

Millora C and Newell-Jones K (2020) BALID leading research exploring the impact of COVID-19 on adult literacy (September 2020) https://balid.org.uk/blog/

Newell-Jones K (2020) Literacy friendly approaches in Samburu BALID https://balid.org.uk/blog/

Articles

Newell-Jones, K (2000) Using case studies in the training of trainers. Indian Journal of Adult Education 26 (3) 16-25

Newell-Jones, K (2001) An Evaluation model for development education. Journal of Development Education 16 (2) 26-29

Newell-Jones K (2004) Evaluating the Partnership Dimension. In proceedings of Improving Global Education in Europe: Issues of Evaluation and Quality pp 67-72. The North-South Centre of the Council of Europe

Newell-Jones K (2004) Report for DFID Health and Health Systems Resource Centres on Service Delivery in Difficult Environments’ (drawing on experiences in Sierra Leone and South Sudan) http://www.gsdrc.org/docs/open/cc95.pdf

Newell-Jones K (2005) Whose Reality Counts? Interprofessional Learning through the eyes of Participatory Rural Appraisal. Academy of Higher Education, LTSN Occasional Paper 7, Academy of Higher Education, Health Sciences and Practice

Newell-Jones K (2015) Between Scylla and Charybdis: the case for Zero Tolerance of FGM is not as simple as it seems. Church Times https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2015/6-february/comment/opinion/between-scylla-and-charybdis

Newell-Jones K (2016) Empowering communities to collectively abandon FGM/C in Somaliland AAIS/ORCHID https://orchidproject.org/resource/empowering-communities-to-collectively-abandon-fgmc-in-somaliland/

Newell-Jones K (2017) Female genital cutting in Somaliland: baseline assessment. Nairobi: PopulationCouncil https://knowledgecommons.popcouncil.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article= 1594&context=departments_sbsr-rh

Newell-Jones K (2017) Female Genital Cutting in Somaliland: Baseline Assessment https://knowledgecommons.popcouncil.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1594&context=dep artments_sbsr-rh

Newell-Jones K (2017) A Review of the role of Knowledge Sharing Workshops in changing attitudes and building capacity in relation to FGC. Orchid Project

Newell-Jones K (2017) Embedding adult literacy and numeracy activities into community-based adult learning programmes. Research and Practice in Adult Literacy: Global Literacies Edition (RaPAL) (93) 79-83 https://rapal2012.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/rowa-rapal-93-1-7.pdf

Newell-Jones K (2018) Knowledge sharing workshops on FGM/C: Policy and programme implementation.  (Accessed 8 Jan 2021 https://www.orchidproject.org/wp- content/uploads/2021/01/KSW-2-Somaliland-REVISED-FINAL-report-19.07.18.pdf)

Newell-Jones K (2018) Empowering communities to abandon FGC in Somaliland: mid term review. ActionAid / Orchid Project

Newell-Jones K (2019) Empowering communities to abandon FGC in Somaliland: final evaluation. ActionAid / Orchid Project

Newell-Jones K, Cheffy I, Fransman J, McCaffery J & Street B. (2010) A review of youth and adult literacy policies and programmes in selected countries: lessons for mainstreaming literacy in the EFA agenda. Background Paper for the EFA Global Monitoring Report 2010, Reaching and Teaching the Most Marginalised

Newell- Jones, K and Colbourne D (2006) Are tension and conflict in groups essential ingredients for learning? Or is harmony preferable? Development Education Journal

Newell-Jones, K and Colbourne, D (2008) Reframing tension and conflict to maximize learning The Foundation Years. pp. 137-139, ISSN: 1744-1889 MEDICINE PUBLISHING

Newell-Jones, K, McCarthy C and Richards J (2018) Female genital cutting in Kenya: A baseline review of attitudes and behaviours in Kuria, Narok and Loita Hills. Orchid Project https://www.orchidproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Orchid_Project_Kenyan_Baseline_Review_2020_FINAL.pdf

Newell-Jones K and McCaffery J (2007) Rebuilding communities: the contribution of integrated literacy and conflict resolution programmes. In Critical Literacy: theories and practice. ISSN 1753-0873 www.criticalliteracy.org.uk/images/journal/v1issue1/jonesmccaffery.pdf

Newell-Jones K and McCaffery J (2017) Learning together across the generations. Research and Practice in Adult Literacy: Global Literacies Edition (RaPAL) (93) 57-62 https://rapal2012.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/rowa-rapal-93-1-7.pdf

Newell-Jones K, Osbourne D & Massey D (2005) Academic Skills Development – changing attitudes through a community of practice. Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching 1 1-5 https://research-repository.griffith.edu.au/handle/10072/27251

Pardíñaz-Solís R, Newell-Jones K, Hastings A Hennessy M and Hong J (2012) Learning Global Health: impact on student learning as global citizens in the medical field.

Shadell F, Newell-Jones K & O’Leary D (2018) Providing contextually apt feedback in clinical education International Journal of Medical Education 9, 129-131

Books, training manuals and booklets

Doe S, McCaffery J and Newell-Jones K (2004) Literacy and peacebuilding guide: integrated literacy, conflict management and peacebuilding. Reading: Education for Development.

Hannemann U, McCaffery J, Newell-Jones K and Scarpino C (2018) Learning together across the generations: guidelines for family literacy and learning programmes Hamburg: UNESCO https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000248446 (available in English, French, Portuguese)

Hirst R and Newell-Jones K (2002) Evaluating development education: A handbook for trainers. London: DEA

Newell-Jones K (2001) Post literacy: developing a national curriculum. Knowledge and information management Series 3. Kenya Department of Adult Education

Newell-Jones K (2003) Global Perspectives in Adult Learning. London: DEA

Newell-Jones K (2005) Life after War. Reading: Education for Development

Newell-Jones K (2007) Global Skills and Lifelong Learning: Future Challenges. Development Education Association. https://www.sustainabilityexchange.ac.uk/files/a_global_skills_and_ll.pdf

Newell-Jones K (2012) Education and Rights: a toolkit for facilitators. Feed the Minds UK

Newell-Jones K (2014) Literacy and numeracy for Trade: a toolkit for facilitators. Feed the Minds UK

Newell-Jones K (2013) Embedding Education and Rights into Literacy Programmes: Contribution to the policy debate on adult literacy in South Sudan Feed the Minds UK

Newell-Jones K & Crowther R (2011) Trauma healing through storytelling, reading and writing. Feed the Minds UK  https://www.feedtheminds.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/STORYTELLING-English.pdf (available in English, Kinyarwanda, Kiswahilli, Bengali)

Oloo H, Wanjuri M & Newell-Jones K (2011) Female Genital Mutilation in Kenya: the role of Alternative Rites of Passage: a case study of Kisii and Kuria. Feed the Minds/Population Council, UK

Rogers A, Maddox B, Millican J, Newell-Jones K, Papen U, Robinson-Pant A (1999) Redefining post-literacy in a changing world. DFID Serial No. 29 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/44824413_Re-defining_Post- Literacy_in_a_Changing_World

Book chapters

Newell-Jones K, (2005) The Global Network. In The Global University: The Role of the Curriculum. London: Development Education

Newell-Jones K (2007) Palliative Care Education in Other Continents. In Education and Training in Palliative Care. Wee, B and Hughes, N (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press

Newell-Jones K (2008) Embedding IPL in postgraduate programmes of learning and teaching. In Preparing for Interprofessional learning and teaching: theory and practice. Howkins, E and Bray, J (eds) Oxford: Radcliffe Publishers

Newell-Jones K and Lord, M (2008) A Framework for Interprofessional Learning and Teaching in Preparing for Interprofessional learning and teaching: theory and practice. Howkins E and Bray J. Oxford: Radcliffe Publishers

Conferences – International:

• Carnegie Colloquium The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: evidence of student learning. ‘Evidence of role identity and developing professional practice as educators’. Atlanta March 2005

• United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Perspectives of Global Development Education in Poland – Implementation of the key issues to the higher education programs. ‘Harnessing faculty creativity in Higher Education Institutions’. Warsaw May 2005

• Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) ‘Academic Skills Development Academic Skills Development: changing attitudes through a community of practice’. Katy Newell Jones, Debbie Massey, Debbie Osbourne. Sydney June 2005

• Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Teacher preparation for IPL: emerging issues from the PIPE Project. Amsterdam August 2005

• International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL). ‘International perspectives on learning and curriculum design’. Vancouver October 2005

• 1st Nurse Education International Conference, (NETNEP),. (A) ‘Preparing for Interprofessional Learning and Teaching’, Newell-Jones, K, Lord, M and Goldsmith, J. (B) ‘Interprofessional Learning and Teaching in Practice’. Newell Jones, K and Wee, B. Vancouver May 2006

National:

• More than just a PIPE Dream: emerging issues from the PIPE project. Embedding Interprofessional Learning in Postgraduate Learning and Teaching programmes. Oxford July 2006.

• UK Forum for International Education and Training (UKFIET) The Oxford Conference on International Development. ‘Rebuilding communities through integrated literacy and peacebuilding programmes: pan-African experiences’ Oxford September 2005

• Education for Sustainable Development Bournemouth University. ‘Small Beginnings of a Community of Practice with a Global Focus’. Bournemouth September 2005

• Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE) and Bradford City Council ‘Teacher Preparation for IPL: emerging issues from the PIPE project’. Bradford June 2005

•  Development Education Association. Graduates as Global Citizens, session entitled ‘Global interdependence’. London April 2005.