Surveillance & Digital Rights
Minding the Gap: Peace Pilgrims’ face seven years’ jail for protesting Pine Gap’s global surveillance capabilities, Arena Magazine No. 149, 08/2017-0/9-2017. pp 8-10
Photos provided for Landscapes of Secret Power by Richard Tanter, Arena Magazine No. 148
‘Comparative Silence’ Still?: Journalism, Academia, and The Five Eyes of Edward Snowden, Felicity Ruby, Gerard Goggin, and John Keane (Sydney) ‘Journalism, Citizenship and Surveillance Society’, special issue of Digital Journalism, edited by Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Lucy Bennett, Arne Hintz and Lina Dencik
Greening the Internet, Chain Reaction Edition 125, November 2015
‘Five Eyes Over the Planet: Mass Surveillance, Espionage and Global Governance of the Internet‘ Linea Sur 9 ingles_FINAL 2 LÍNEASUR, Foreign Policy Journal of Ecuadorian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Issue 9, January/April, 2015 (Vol. III, Issue 9, January-April, 2015)
The Persecution of Julian Assange is not Feminist, it’s Political, 22 June 2015, Crikey
Criminalising Journalism – the case of Barrett Brown, November 2014
Assange Counts Down to Sweden – New Matilda, March 2012
Women & Peace
‘Security Council Resolution 1325: A Tool for Conflict Prevention?’ Chapter in Rethinking Peacekeeping, Gender Equality and Collective Security, London: Palgrave Macmillian, September 2014
‘Beyond Armistice – Women searching for Enduring Peace’, Open Democracy, September 2014
Getting it Right, Doing it Right: Gender and Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration, (ed), October 2004, UNIFEM, New York
Women, Peace and Security: Resolution 1325, interview in International Feminist Journal of Politics, March 2004.
Nongovernmental Organizations’ Role in the Buildup and Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1325, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, summer 2003. Signs 28: 1255-1269.
Gender, Development and Peace, United Nations University Global Seminar, Third Kanazawa Session 2003,
The Elusive Role of Women in Early Warning and Conflict Prevention, Conflict Trends, 3/2003, co-edited this issue on Women, Peace and Security.
Gender, peace and disarmament and ‘Women’s contribution to conflict prevention, early warning and disarmament’ Disarmament Forum, Issue 4, 2003, assisted Editor in planning this issue on Women, Men, Peace and Security
‘Women are Opening Doors: Security Council Resolution 1325 in Afghanistan’ in Women for Afghan Women: Shattering Myths and Claiming the Future, 2002, Palgrave MacMillan, New York.
Women and Peace in the United Nations, New Routes: A Journal of Peace Research and Action, Volume 6, Number 3, 2001.
My visit to Fukushima, New Matilda, January 2012
Do Nuclear Safeguards Work? New Matilda, Nov 2011
Will Dig it up Fergo Get His Way? New Matilda, Nov 2011
The relevance of gender for eliminating weapons of mass destruction, in Beyond Arms Control, March 2010
Australia’s Disarmament Record, in Australia and the United Nations: Annual Report Card 2007, UN Association, Australia, April 07
Securing our Survival (SOS): The Case for a Nuclear Weapons Convention, April 2007, principle author
The relevance of gender for eliminating WMD, with Carol Cohn and Sarah Ruddick, prepared for the Commission on Weapons of Mass Destruction chaired by Dr. Hans Blix
Chernobyl: Environmental, Health and Human Rights Implications, (ed) Permanent People’s Tribunal, IPB, 1997.
Lessons from Past UN Disarmament Education Efforts, with Edith Ballantyne, Disarmament Forum, Issue 3/2001.
Amputating Realism, Nuclear Weapons Convention Monitor, Issue 2/2001.
Down in the Dumps in the Nuclear Age, Nuclear Weapons Convention Monitor, Issue 1/2000.
16 Days in Australian Politics – A long 3 Years Ahead, Open Democracy, September 2013
NGOs and the Security Council, Disarmament Forum, Issue 1/2001.
Tips for Lobbying, Ms Magazine, April/May 2000.
The Military Staff Committee: A possible role in future UN peacekeeping operations?, Global Policy Forum, 2000
All the way with NVA, chapter co-authored with Ian Cohen, in Green Fire, 1996, Harper Collins, Australia – p. 271