Dr Elisabeth Valiente-Riedl

Deputy Director Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific)

A22 - Old Teachers' College
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 4185

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Research interests

Dr Valiente-Riedl's research focuses on the impact of ethical trade initiatives that lie at the nexus of corporate social responsibility and consumer movements. Elisabeth is currently examining the impact of the fair trade market in coffee on marginalised producers in Papua New Guinea. She is also involved in collaborative research projects evaluating the evolution of a human rights-based approach to development.

Teaching and supervision

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2010

  • Research to conduct collaborative research on assessing the effectiveness of a human rights-based approach to poverty eradication and development.; Celermajer D, Valiente-Riedl E; Australian Council for International Development/Universities-ACFID Linkage Grant.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Valiente-Riedl, E. (2013). Is Fairtrade Fair. Eastbourne, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book Chapters

  • Paton, J., Valiente-Riedl, E. (2012). Re-evaluating the MDG framework in Papua New Guinea. In F. Panzironi and K. Gelber (Eds.), The Capability Approach: Development Practice and Public Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region, (pp. 168-185). Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Journals

  • Banki, S., Valiente-Riedl, E., Duffill, P. (2013). Teaching Human Rights at the Tertiary Level: Addressing the 'Knowing–Doing Gap' through a Role-Based Simulation Approach. Journal of Human Rights Practice, 5(2), 318-336. [More Information]
  • Valiente-Riedl, E. (2009). Fair trade: evaluating opportunities for smallholder coffee growers in Papua New Guinea. Pacific Economic Bulletin, 24(2), 122-140.
  • Anderson, T., Valiente-Riedl, E. (2006). Fair Trade : the scope of the debate. Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics, 8(1 June), 6-20.

Conferences

  • Paton, J., Valiente-Riedl, E. (2009). Capabilities; Culture; Cooperatives: Getting on track for MDG1 in PNG? Symposium on Capabilities, Freedoms and Policy Making in the Pacific Region 2009, Australia: University of New South Wales.
  • Valiente-Riedl, E. (2009). Fairtrade: evaluating opportunities for smallholder coffee growers in PNG. Papua New Guinea Update.
  • Valiente-Riedl, E. (2009). NGOs in Trade. Papua New Guinea Policy Forum, Australia.
  • Anderson, T., Valiente-Riedl, E. (2004). Fair Trade: The Scope Of The Debate. Third ISBEE World Congress, Online: International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics (ISBEE).

Research Reports

  • Law, A., Valiente-Riedl, E., Celermajer, D. (2012). Measuring Social Change: Principles to Guide the Assessment of Human Rights-Based Approaches to Development, ACFID Research in Development Series Report No. 5, (pp. 1 - 17). Canberra, Australia: Australian Council For International Development (ACFID).
  • Law, A., Valiente-Riedl, E., Celermajer, D. (2011). Measuring Social Change: Principles to Guide the Assessment of Human Rights Based Approaches to Development, ACFID RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENT SERIES REPORT NO. 5, (pp. 1 - 20). Deakin, ACT, Australia: Australian Council for International Development.

2013

  • Valiente-Riedl, E. (2013). Is Fairtrade Fair. Eastbourne, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Banki, S., Valiente-Riedl, E., Duffill, P. (2013). Teaching Human Rights at the Tertiary Level: Addressing the 'Knowing–Doing Gap' through a Role-Based Simulation Approach. Journal of Human Rights Practice, 5(2), 318-336. [More Information]

2012

  • Law, A., Valiente-Riedl, E., Celermajer, D. (2012). Measuring Social Change: Principles to Guide the Assessment of Human Rights-Based Approaches to Development, ACFID Research in Development Series Report No. 5, (pp. 1 - 17). Canberra, Australia: Australian Council For International Development (ACFID).
  • Paton, J., Valiente-Riedl, E. (2012). Re-evaluating the MDG framework in Papua New Guinea. In F. Panzironi and K. Gelber (Eds.), The Capability Approach: Development Practice and Public Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region, (pp. 168-185). Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2011

  • Law, A., Valiente-Riedl, E., Celermajer, D. (2011). Measuring Social Change: Principles to Guide the Assessment of Human Rights Based Approaches to Development, ACFID RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENT SERIES REPORT NO. 5, (pp. 1 - 20). Deakin, ACT, Australia: Australian Council for International Development.

2009

  • Paton, J., Valiente-Riedl, E. (2009). Capabilities; Culture; Cooperatives: Getting on track for MDG1 in PNG? Symposium on Capabilities, Freedoms and Policy Making in the Pacific Region 2009, Australia: University of New South Wales.
  • Valiente-Riedl, E. (2009). Fair trade: evaluating opportunities for smallholder coffee growers in Papua New Guinea. Pacific Economic Bulletin, 24(2), 122-140.
  • Valiente-Riedl, E. (2009). Fairtrade: evaluating opportunities for smallholder coffee growers in PNG. Papua New Guinea Update.
  • Valiente-Riedl, E. (2009). NGOs in Trade. Papua New Guinea Policy Forum, Australia.

2006

  • Anderson, T., Valiente-Riedl, E. (2006). Fair Trade : the scope of the debate. Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics, 8(1 June), 6-20.

2004

  • Anderson, T., Valiente-Riedl, E. (2004). Fair Trade: The Scope Of The Debate. Third ISBEE World Congress, Online: International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics (ISBEE).

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