Dr Margo Greenwood
Honorary Research Fellow and Evaluator for Thinking Schools @Exeter

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Journal articles

Greenwood M, Vaughan Gough T, Pregel A, Bennell K (2018). Holding ourselves accountable to inclusion in development through a Community of Practice: one organisation’s journey towards change. Knowledge Management for Development Journal, Vol 13 (3), 77-87.
Greenwood M (2017). The capacity of community-based participatory research in relation to disability and the SDGs. Disability and the Global South, Vol. 4, no. 1, 1143-1163.
Greenwood M, Fakih, B, Steff, M, Bechange, S, Mwifadhi, M (2016). Hear my voice: a community-based participatory study gathering the lived experiences of people with disabilities and older people in Tanzania. Knowledge Management for Development Journal, Vol 12, no. 2., 63-78. Full text.
Greenwood M (2015). Pathways to thinking schools. THINKING SKILLS AND CREATIVITY, 17, 74-75. Author URL. DOI.

Conferences

Greenwood M (2018). How children with disabilities, their teachers and their parents are helping to shape interventions aimed at achieving universal access to basic education in Homa Bay, Kenya. Education and Development Conference. Bangkok, Thailand. 5th - 7th Mar 2018.
Greenwood M (2017). Community-based participatory research: a story of empowerment. IAFOR Asian Conference for Education and International Development (ACEID). Kobe, Japan. 26th - 29th Mar 2017.
Greenwood M (2017). Integrating different forms of research evidence into the intervention systematic review: what additional knowledge can be ascertained?. Global Evidence Summit 2017. Cape Town, South Africa. 13th - 16th Sep 2017.
Greenwood M (2016). The capacity of community-based participatory research for rich data within education and social inclusion programmes in sub-Saharan Africa. Evidence to Work: What Works Global Summit. London. 26th - 28th Sep 2016.
Greenwood M (2016). Voices of the marginalised in Tanzania: what did we hear?. Disability and the SDGs: Forming Alliances and Building Evidence for the 2030 Agenda Symposium. Centre for Evidence in Disability (ICED) at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), London. 18th - 19th Feb 2016.

Publications by year



2018

Greenwood M, Vaughan Gough T, Pregel A, Bennell K (2018). Holding ourselves accountable to inclusion in development through a Community of Practice: one organisation’s journey towards change. Knowledge Management for Development Journal, Vol 13 (3), 77-87.
Greenwood M (2018). How children with disabilities, their teachers and their parents are helping to shape interventions aimed at achieving universal access to basic education in Homa Bay, Kenya. Education and Development Conference. Bangkok, Thailand. 5th - 7th Mar 2018.

2017

Greenwood M (2017). Community-based participatory research: a story of empowerment. IAFOR Asian Conference for Education and International Development (ACEID). Kobe, Japan. 26th - 29th Mar 2017.
Greenwood M (2017). Integrating different forms of research evidence into the intervention systematic review: what additional knowledge can be ascertained?. Global Evidence Summit 2017. Cape Town, South Africa. 13th - 16th Sep 2017.
Greenwood M (2017). The capacity of community-based participatory research in relation to disability and the SDGs. Disability and the Global South, Vol. 4, no. 1, 1143-1163.

2016

Greenwood M, Fakih, B, Steff, M, Bechange, S, Mwifadhi, M (2016). Hear my voice: a community-based participatory study gathering the lived experiences of people with disabilities and older people in Tanzania. Knowledge Management for Development Journal, Vol 12, no. 2., 63-78. Full text.
Greenwood M (2016). The capacity of community-based participatory research for rich data within education and social inclusion programmes in sub-Saharan Africa. Evidence to Work: What Works Global Summit. London. 26th - 28th Sep 2016.
Greenwood M (2016). Voices of the marginalised in Tanzania: what did we hear?. Disability and the SDGs: Forming Alliances and Building Evidence for the 2030 Agenda Symposium. Centre for Evidence in Disability (ICED) at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), London. 18th - 19th Feb 2016.

2015

Greenwood M (2015). Pathways to thinking schools. THINKING SKILLS AND CREATIVITY, 17, 74-75. Author URL. DOI.