Associate Professor Ruth Phillips

PhD(UNSW), BA(UWA), BA(Hons)CommStudies(Murdoch)
Senior Lecturer in Social Work and Policy Studies
Associate Director, Division of Doctoral Studies
BSW Honours Coordinator

A35 - Education Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 93516899
Fax +61 2 93513783

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Biographical details

Before commencing her PhD at the University of New South Wales, Ruth was the principal policy officer in the Western Australia Department for Community Services (now Department for Community Development).

Prior to that she had worked in a range of policy positions in the WA state government. Since 2002, Ruth has been teaching full time at the University of Sydney in the undergraduate and postgraduate social work and social policy courses. She has also graduated and currently supervises a range of PhD students, in areas as diverse as:

  • Postcolonial feminist approaches to the role of informal education for 'subaltern' women
  • HIV AIDS and social work curricula in Taiwan
  • NGO Networking & the Campaign against Child sex trafficking
  • the meaning of poverty in Korea
  • Nation branding and Social Policy in Korea
  • Sub-Saharan refugee experiences of settlement policy.

Research interests

Social structures, inequalities and social justice
  • Social change
Social work and social policy
  • Social policy
  • Third sector research

Current research students

Project title Degree Research student
New wave of 'Comfort women': dominant discourse on Korean trafficked women and comfort women MEd (Research) Seojin AN
Anti-Trafficking NGO Advocacy: The Case of Thailand and Cambodia PhD Selinta CLARKE
Hye Ryun KIM

Current projects

  • 2005 Are Australian NGOs Democratic Organisations?
  • 2005 Project Title: An Audit of Contemporary Applications of Feminist Approaches and Frameworks in Social Work Education in Australia
  • 2006 Project Title: Conducting the Australian research which is to provide an overview and some insight on how Australian mining companies and related institutions/organisations as well as NGOs have been involved in: the 'formation' process leading to the global Mining, Minerals and Sustainability Development (MMSD) process; and what happened after the MMSD process was finished. For the Social Science Research Centre (WBZ), Berlin, Germany
  • 2007-08 Project Title: CDC PLUS - SOCIAL WELFARE: THEORIES AND CONCEPTS, Involved researching the needs of newly recruited Indigenous Caseworkers in the Department of Community Services, NSW and delivering a pilot workshop in April, 2008
  • 2009 Researching for Change: Profiling Social Policy Research in human services NGOs
  • 2008 Research Fellowship - Japan - Study of Feminist and Domestic Violence Policy in Japan
  • Research Project Title:Social Policy Research in Human Service NGOs in AustraliaThe aim of the first phase of this research project is to gain an understanding of the current capacity to produce and disseminate social science research within human service NGOs in Australia. This is the first stage of a bigger research project that is primarily driven by a question about the influence or impact of research conducted by human service NGOs on social policy at both the state and federal levels of government in Australia.
  • Understanding Gender Equality and the Influence of Feminism in WomenÕs NGOs: A Global Study This is a study that is implementing a global survey of women's NGOs through out the world. It will be conducted over a 7 month period between September 2011 and March 2012. Research QuestionsAlthough the survey is comprised of 16 short questions there are two research questions it was designed to build knowledge around. These are: How is gender equality understood from the perspectives of womenÕs NGOs? What types of feminism are recognised as influencing the work of womenÕs NGOs in the global context?

Associations

  • 2009- Editor, Third Sector Review- Australia’s only third sector journal – published by Australian, New Zealand Third Sector Research, biannual.

  • Editorial Board Member: Asian Social Work and Policy Review - International Journal, Blackwell Publications, Editorial Base, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

  • Treasurer- Australian Association of Social Work and Welfare Educators

  • Member, Executive Committee - Australian and New Zealand Society for Third Sector Research

Awards and honours

  • 1998-2001 Australian Postgraduate Award administered through the University of NSW

  • 2008 AASWWE Writing Prize for Best paper published in the Journal Advances in Social Work Education in the period 2006-2007

  • 2005 Faculty of Education and Social Work Teaching Excellence Award

Selected grants

2006

  • Conducting the Australian research which is to provide an overview and some insight on how Australia; Phillips R; Social Science Research Centre (WBZ), Berlin, Germany/Consultancy.

2005

  • An audit of contemporary applications of feminist approaches and frameworks for social work education; Phillips R; Australian Association for social work and welfare Education (AASWWE)/Research grant.

2004

  • Are Australian NGOs democratic organisations?; Phillips R; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Newly Appointed Staff (NAS).
  • Social Policy Development Toward a Stronger Welfare State in South Korea and its Implications for So; Phillips R; Korea- Australasia Research Centre/Research Grant.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Fawcett, B., Goodwin, S., Meagher, G., Phillips, R. (2009). Social Policy for Social Change. Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

Edited Books

  • Phillips, R. (2007). Generational Change and Social Policy Challenges: Australia and South Korea. Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Fawcett, B., Goodwin, S., Phillips, R. (2011). Challenges and Futures for Social Work and Social Policy Research Methods. In Markauskaite L, Freebody P, Irwin J (Eds.), Methodological Choice and Design: Scholarship, Policy and Practice in Social and Educational Research, (pp. 267-276). New York: Springer.
  • Phillips, R. (2011). Postcolonial Scholarship in Social Justice Research. In Markauskaite L, Freebody P, Irwin J (Eds.), Methodological Choice and Design: Scholarship, Policy and Practice in Social and Educational Research, (pp. 157-166). New York: Springer.
  • Phillips, R. (2008). Feminism(s) and domestic violence within national policy contexts. In Barbara Fawcett and Fran Waugh (Eds.), Addressing Violence, Abuse and Oppression: Debates and Challenges, (pp. 57-66). New York London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Phillips, R. (2007). Diverse Histories, Shared Social Issues: The Australian and Korean Welfare States. In Ruth Phillips (Eds.), Generational Change and Social Policy Challenges: Australia and South Korea, (pp. 1-32). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Kendig, H., Phillips, R. (2007). Health, Economic and Policy Implications of an Ageing Australia. In Ruth Phillips (Eds.), Generational Change and Social Policy Challenges: Australia and South Korea, (pp. 164-191). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Phillips, R. (2006). Women and poverty: The application of feminism in overcoming women's poverty in the global context. In Serr K (Eds.), Thinking about Poverty, (pp. 24-34). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Phillips, R., Irwin, J. (2005). The Social, Political and Practice Context for Social Work in Australia. In Korean Association of Social Workers (Eds.), Present and Future of Social Work, (pp. 5-24). Seoul: Korean Association of Social Workers.
  • Phillips, R. (2002). Confrontation to partnership: corporations and NGOs. In Goodman J (Eds.), Protest and globalisation : prospects for transnational solidarity, (pp. 154-169). Sydney: Pluto Press.
  • Phillips, R. (2001). Engagement or Confrontation? In Geoff Evans, James Goodman & Nina Lansbury (Eds.), Moving Mountains: Communities Confront Mining and Globalization, (pp. 205-218). United Kingdom: Zed Books Ltd.

Journals

  • Phillips, R., Jung, Y. (2013). The Clash between Social Policy and Traditional Values: Unmet Welfare Needs Sustained by the Culture of Familismin South Korea. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 7(1), 18-27. [More Information]
  • Phillips, R., Goodwin, S. (2013). Third Sector social policy research in Australia: New actors, new politics. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, Online first. [More Information]
  • Phillips, R., Cree, V. (2013). What does the 'fourth wave' mean for teaching feminism in twenty-first century social work? Social Work Education, Online first. [More Information]
  • Phillips, R. (2012). Non-government Organisations in a Sustainable Relationship for Sustainable Mining? The Australian NGO Perspective on what happened after the MMSD initiative. Third Sector Review, 18(1), 171-193.
  • Phillips, R. (2010). Akihiro Ogawa: The Failure of Civil Society? The Third Sector and the State in Contemporary Japan. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 21(March), 126-127.
  • Phillips, R. (2010). Social-Policy Research in Human-Service Non-Government Organisations in Australia: Towards a Theorisation. Third Sector Review, 16(3), 7-24.
  • Phillips, R. (2009). Food security and women's health: A feminist perspective for international social work. International Social work, 52(4), 485-498. [More Information]
  • Phillips, R. (2008). Feminism, Policy and Women's Safety During Australia's 'War on Terror'. Feminist Review, 89(2), 55-72.
  • Phillips, R. (2007). Tamed or Trained? The Co-option and Capture of 'Favoured' NGOs. Third Sector Review, 13(2), 27-48.
  • Phillips, R. (2007). The Place of Feminism in Contemporary Social Work Education in Australia. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 9(1), 54-68.
  • Phillips, R. (2006). The role of nonprofit advocacy organizations in Australian democracy and policy governance. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 17(1), 59-75. [More Information]
  • Phillips, R. (2006). Undoing an activist response: feminism and the Australian government's domestic violence policy. Critical Social Policy, 26(1), 192-219.
  • Phillips, R. (2005). Australian NGOs: Current Experiences of Corporate Citizenship. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 17, 21-25.
  • Phillips, R., Jung, K. (2005). Strengthening the South Korean Welfare State Through Policy Transfer from Australia: The Experience of Social Work and Welfare Practitioners. KAREC Discussion Paper, 6(4).
  • Phillips, R. (2004). From Waves Of Action To The 'Dead Calm' - Responses Violence Against Women In The New Millenium. Women in Welfare Education, 7(1), 17-32.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Global Social Policy: Expanding Social Policy Ideas In Social Work Teaching In Australia. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 6(1), 64-76.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Human rights and social work: challenges for teaching and practice. Human Rights Defender, 13(1), 13-14.
  • Phillips, R. (2003). Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Power: Outside Stakeholder's Perspectives. Corporate Citizen: the journal of company involvement in the community, 3(1), 10-19.
  • Phillips, R. (2002). Book Review: "Protest. Policy and the Problem of Violence Against Women, A Cross-National Comparison". Laurel Weldon. Women in Welfare Education, 5(September 2002).
  • Phillips, R. (2002). Is Corporate Engagement an Advocacy Strategy for NGOs? The Community Aid Abroad Experience. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 13(2), 123-137.

Conferences

  • Phillips, R., Goodwin, S. (2010). Social Policy Research in Human Service NGOs. Facing Crises: Challenges and Opportunities Confronting the Third Sector and Civil Society. ISTR 9th International Conference, http://www.istr.org/conference/istanbul/WorkingPapers/index1118.htm: ISTR (International Society for Third Sector Research) - Based at John Hoplins University.
  • Phillips, R. (2008). NGOs in a Sustainable Relationship for Sustainable Mining? : The Australian Perspective on What Happened after the MMSD Initiative. ISTR 8th International Conference and 2nd EMES-ISTR European Conference in partnership with CINEFOGO "The Third Sector and Sustainable Social Change: New Frontiers for Research" July 9-12, 2008, Online- ISTR, John Hopkins University: ISTR (International Society for Third Sector Research) - Based at John Hoplins University.
  • Kendig, H., Phillips, R. (2008). Policy Challenges for an Ageing Australia. To Establish the Asian Sociology: Current Status and Prospects of Sociology in Asia 50th Anniversary Symposium, Japan: Rikkyo University.
  • Phillips, R. (2007). Insecurity At Home: Civil Society Contradictions, Women's Organisations and the 'Defunding' State. 7th International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) International Conference.
  • Phillips, R. (2006). Favour and Influence in a Time of Exclusion: favoured NGOs under the Howard Government, Implications for Advocacy and Democracy. ANZTSR Conference University of South Australia.
  • Phillips, R. (2005). Australian Social Policy, History and Practice: What Does it Offer South Korean Welfare Through Policy Transfer? The 18th Pacific Social Work Conference, Challenges and Responses of Social Work: Towards New Asia-Pacific Paradigms.
  • Phillips, R. (2005). Challenges to NGOs' Legitimacy in Policy Governance in Australia: Addressing the Neo-Liberal Critique. 2004 ISTR - Sixth International Society for ThirdSector Research: ''Contesting Citizenship and Civil Society in a Divided World'', Toronto, Canada: ISTR (International Society for Third Sector Research) - Based at John Hoplins University.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Critique, Reflection and Exploration: Democracy, Governance and the Role of NGOs. Australia New Zealand Third Sector Research Conference, "Building bridges and strengthening bonds: Broadening our understanding of Third Sector across regions and diversity.".
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Democracy, Advocacy And Critique: The Search For Civil Approaches For Community Development. Community Development Human Rights and the Grassroots, Geelong, Victoria: Deakin University.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Stakeholders on the Periphery of Citizenship in NGO/Corporate Engagement. Australasian Social Policy Conference.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Undoing a Civil Society Response: What has happened to feminism in the Australian Government's Domestic Violence Policy? Global Social Work Congress 2004, " Reclaiming Civil Society" Presented by the International Federation of Social Workers, International Association of Social Work and Welfare Educators.
  • Phillips, R. (2003). Confronting corporate citizenship: NGOs and the new-wave advocacy of corporate engagement. Cultural Citizenship: Challenges of Globalisation, Victoria, AUS: Deakin University.
  • Phillips, R. (2003). Global Social Policy Perspectives in Social Work Education. Australian Association of Social Work and Welfare Educators (AASWWE) National Conference.
  • Phillips, R. (2003). Micro-engagement: Possibilities for learning outcomes and knowledge transfer. Graduates for the World: Vice Chancellor's Teaching and Learning Showcase.
  • Phillips, R. (2002). What can Corporate Citizenship Offer as an Alternative to the Welfare State? MNCs and Global Social Policy. Working Across Borders, Australia Association of Social Work and Welfare Educators and the Australian Association of Social Workers Joint National Conference.
  • Phillips, R. (2000). The Rise of Corporate Citizenship and Its implications for New Governance From Global to Domestic Influences. Civilising the State Research Refereed Conference Proceedings, Australia (electronic): Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights, Deakin University.

Report

  • Phillips, R. (2003). It's an Issue of Responsibilities and Rights, Not Violence Versus Discipline.

2013

  • Phillips, R., Jung, Y. (2013). The Clash between Social Policy and Traditional Values: Unmet Welfare Needs Sustained by the Culture of Familismin South Korea. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 7(1), 18-27. [More Information]
  • Phillips, R., Goodwin, S. (2013). Third Sector social policy research in Australia: New actors, new politics. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, Online first. [More Information]
  • Phillips, R., Cree, V. (2013). What does the 'fourth wave' mean for teaching feminism in twenty-first century social work? Social Work Education, Online first. [More Information]

2012

  • Phillips, R. (2012). Non-government Organisations in a Sustainable Relationship for Sustainable Mining? The Australian NGO Perspective on what happened after the MMSD initiative. Third Sector Review, 18(1), 171-193.

2011

  • Fawcett, B., Goodwin, S., Phillips, R. (2011). Challenges and Futures for Social Work and Social Policy Research Methods. In Markauskaite L, Freebody P, Irwin J (Eds.), Methodological Choice and Design: Scholarship, Policy and Practice in Social and Educational Research, (pp. 267-276). New York: Springer.
  • Phillips, R. (2011). Postcolonial Scholarship in Social Justice Research. In Markauskaite L, Freebody P, Irwin J (Eds.), Methodological Choice and Design: Scholarship, Policy and Practice in Social and Educational Research, (pp. 157-166). New York: Springer.

2010

  • Phillips, R. (2010). Akihiro Ogawa: The Failure of Civil Society? The Third Sector and the State in Contemporary Japan. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 21(March), 126-127.
  • Phillips, R., Goodwin, S. (2010). Social Policy Research in Human Service NGOs. Facing Crises: Challenges and Opportunities Confronting the Third Sector and Civil Society. ISTR 9th International Conference, http://www.istr.org/conference/istanbul/WorkingPapers/index1118.htm: ISTR (International Society for Third Sector Research) - Based at John Hoplins University.
  • Phillips, R. (2010). Social-Policy Research in Human-Service Non-Government Organisations in Australia: Towards a Theorisation. Third Sector Review, 16(3), 7-24.

2009

  • Phillips, R. (2009). Food security and women's health: A feminist perspective for international social work. International Social work, 52(4), 485-498. [More Information]
  • Fawcett, B., Goodwin, S., Meagher, G., Phillips, R. (2009). Social Policy for Social Change. Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

2008

  • Phillips, R. (2008). Feminism(s) and domestic violence within national policy contexts. In Barbara Fawcett and Fran Waugh (Eds.), Addressing Violence, Abuse and Oppression: Debates and Challenges, (pp. 57-66). New York London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Phillips, R. (2008). Feminism, Policy and Women's Safety During Australia's 'War on Terror'. Feminist Review, 89(2), 55-72.
  • Phillips, R. (2008). NGOs in a Sustainable Relationship for Sustainable Mining? : The Australian Perspective on What Happened after the MMSD Initiative. ISTR 8th International Conference and 2nd EMES-ISTR European Conference in partnership with CINEFOGO "The Third Sector and Sustainable Social Change: New Frontiers for Research" July 9-12, 2008, Online- ISTR, John Hopkins University: ISTR (International Society for Third Sector Research) - Based at John Hoplins University.
  • Kendig, H., Phillips, R. (2008). Policy Challenges for an Ageing Australia. To Establish the Asian Sociology: Current Status and Prospects of Sociology in Asia 50th Anniversary Symposium, Japan: Rikkyo University.

2007

  • Phillips, R. (2007). Diverse Histories, Shared Social Issues: The Australian and Korean Welfare States. In Ruth Phillips (Eds.), Generational Change and Social Policy Challenges: Australia and South Korea, (pp. 1-32). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Phillips, R. (2007). Generational Change and Social Policy Challenges: Australia and South Korea. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Kendig, H., Phillips, R. (2007). Health, Economic and Policy Implications of an Ageing Australia. In Ruth Phillips (Eds.), Generational Change and Social Policy Challenges: Australia and South Korea, (pp. 164-191). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Phillips, R. (2007). Insecurity At Home: Civil Society Contradictions, Women's Organisations and the 'Defunding' State. 7th International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) International Conference.
  • Phillips, R. (2007). Tamed or Trained? The Co-option and Capture of 'Favoured' NGOs. Third Sector Review, 13(2), 27-48.
  • Phillips, R. (2007). The Place of Feminism in Contemporary Social Work Education in Australia. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 9(1), 54-68.

2006

  • Phillips, R. (2006). Favour and Influence in a Time of Exclusion: favoured NGOs under the Howard Government, Implications for Advocacy and Democracy. ANZTSR Conference University of South Australia.
  • Phillips, R. (2006). The role of nonprofit advocacy organizations in Australian democracy and policy governance. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 17(1), 59-75. [More Information]
  • Phillips, R. (2006). Undoing an activist response: feminism and the Australian government's domestic violence policy. Critical Social Policy, 26(1), 192-219.
  • Phillips, R. (2006). Women and poverty: The application of feminism in overcoming women's poverty in the global context. In Serr K (Eds.), Thinking about Poverty, (pp. 24-34). Sydney: The Federation Press.

2005

  • Phillips, R. (2005). Australian NGOs: Current Experiences of Corporate Citizenship. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 17, 21-25.
  • Phillips, R. (2005). Australian Social Policy, History and Practice: What Does it Offer South Korean Welfare Through Policy Transfer? The 18th Pacific Social Work Conference, Challenges and Responses of Social Work: Towards New Asia-Pacific Paradigms.
  • Phillips, R. (2005). Challenges to NGOs' Legitimacy in Policy Governance in Australia: Addressing the Neo-Liberal Critique. 2004 ISTR - Sixth International Society for ThirdSector Research: ''Contesting Citizenship and Civil Society in a Divided World'', Toronto, Canada: ISTR (International Society for Third Sector Research) - Based at John Hoplins University.
  • Phillips, R., Jung, K. (2005). Strengthening the South Korean Welfare State Through Policy Transfer from Australia: The Experience of Social Work and Welfare Practitioners. KAREC Discussion Paper, 6(4).
  • Phillips, R., Irwin, J. (2005). The Social, Political and Practice Context for Social Work in Australia. In Korean Association of Social Workers (Eds.), Present and Future of Social Work, (pp. 5-24). Seoul: Korean Association of Social Workers.

2004

  • Phillips, R. (2004). Critique, Reflection and Exploration: Democracy, Governance and the Role of NGOs. Australia New Zealand Third Sector Research Conference, "Building bridges and strengthening bonds: Broadening our understanding of Third Sector across regions and diversity.".
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Democracy, Advocacy And Critique: The Search For Civil Approaches For Community Development. Community Development Human Rights and the Grassroots, Geelong, Victoria: Deakin University.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). From Waves Of Action To The 'Dead Calm' - Responses Violence Against Women In The New Millenium. Women in Welfare Education, 7(1), 17-32.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Global Social Policy: Expanding Social Policy Ideas In Social Work Teaching In Australia. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 6(1), 64-76.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Human rights and social work: challenges for teaching and practice. Human Rights Defender, 13(1), 13-14.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Stakeholders on the Periphery of Citizenship in NGO/Corporate Engagement. Australasian Social Policy Conference.
  • Phillips, R. (2004). Undoing a Civil Society Response: What has happened to feminism in the Australian Government's Domestic Violence Policy? Global Social Work Congress 2004, " Reclaiming Civil Society" Presented by the International Federation of Social Workers, International Association of Social Work and Welfare Educators.

2003

  • Phillips, R. (2003). Confronting corporate citizenship: NGOs and the new-wave advocacy of corporate engagement. Cultural Citizenship: Challenges of Globalisation, Victoria, AUS: Deakin University.
  • Phillips, R. (2003). Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Power: Outside Stakeholder's Perspectives. Corporate Citizen: the journal of company involvement in the community, 3(1), 10-19.
  • Phillips, R. (2003). Global Social Policy Perspectives in Social Work Education. Australian Association of Social Work and Welfare Educators (AASWWE) National Conference.
  • Phillips, R. (2003). It's an Issue of Responsibilities and Rights, Not Violence Versus Discipline.
  • Phillips, R. (2003). Micro-engagement: Possibilities for learning outcomes and knowledge transfer. Graduates for the World: Vice Chancellor's Teaching and Learning Showcase.

2002

  • Phillips, R. (2002). Book Review: "Protest. Policy and the Problem of Violence Against Women, A Cross-National Comparison". Laurel Weldon. Women in Welfare Education, 5(September 2002).
  • Phillips, R. (2002). Confrontation to partnership: corporations and NGOs. In Goodman J (Eds.), Protest and globalisation : prospects for transnational solidarity, (pp. 154-169). Sydney: Pluto Press.
  • Phillips, R. (2002). Is Corporate Engagement an Advocacy Strategy for NGOs? The Community Aid Abroad Experience. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 13(2), 123-137.
  • Phillips, R. (2002). What can Corporate Citizenship Offer as an Alternative to the Welfare State? MNCs and Global Social Policy. Working Across Borders, Australia Association of Social Work and Welfare Educators and the Australian Association of Social Workers Joint National Conference.

2001

  • Phillips, R. (2001). Engagement or Confrontation? In Geoff Evans, James Goodman & Nina Lansbury (Eds.), Moving Mountains: Communities Confront Mining and Globalization, (pp. 205-218). United Kingdom: Zed Books Ltd.

2000

  • Phillips, R. (2000). The Rise of Corporate Citizenship and Its implications for New Governance From Global to Domestic Influences. Civilising the State Research Refereed Conference Proceedings, Australia (electronic): Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights, Deakin University.

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