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The impact of the Marine and Coastal Access Act (2009) on Welsh inshore fisheries and marine management (2018)
Journal Article
Terry, A., Lewis, K., & Bullimore, B. (2019). The impact of the Marine and Coastal Access Act (2009) on Welsh inshore fisheries and marine management. Marine Policy, 99, 359-368. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.11.003

© 2018 Elsevier Ltd This paper is based on a qualitative study undertaken between April 2016 and February 2017 of key informants and secondary documents concerned with the management of the Welsh marine environment in the pre and post Marine and Coas... Read More about The impact of the Marine and Coastal Access Act (2009) on Welsh inshore fisheries and marine management.

Restructuring the Swazi sugar industry: The changing role and political significance of smallholders (2016)
Journal Article
Terry, A., & Ogg, M. (2017). Restructuring the Swazi sugar industry: The changing role and political significance of smallholders. Journal of Southern African Studies, 43(3), 585-603. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2016.1190520

© 2016 The Author(s). Since Independence, the contribution of Swazi smallholder farmers to sugar production has grown greatly. This is in part due to a change in the political support that the farmers have received from the Swazi state. Initially vie... Read More about Restructuring the Swazi sugar industry: The changing role and political significance of smallholders.

Improving the effectiveness of Ugandan water user committees (2015)
Journal Article
Terry, A., Mclaughlin, O., & Kazooba, F. (2015). Improving the effectiveness of Ugandan water user committees. Development in Practice, 25(5), 715-727. https://doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2015.1046421

This article outlines issues affecting the functionality of Ugandan water user committees responsible for managing communal water and sanitation (WASH) services. Research undertaken demonstrated that their effectiveness is compromised by poor underst... Read More about Improving the effectiveness of Ugandan water user committees.

Sacred Mobilities: Journeys of Belief and Belonging (2015)
Book
Maddrell, A., Terry, A., & Gale, T. (2015). A. Maddrell, A. Terry, & T. Gale (Eds.), Sacred Mobilities: Journeys of Belief and Belonging. Routledge

A collection of papers that draws upon the Mobilities Approach to look afresh at notions of sacred where they intersect with people, objects and other things on the move. Considerations of a wide range of spiritual meanings and practices also sheds l... Read More about Sacred Mobilities: Journeys of Belief and Belonging.

Spectators’ Negotiations of Risk, Masculinity and Performative Mobilities at the TT Races (2015)
Journal Article
Terry, A., Maddrell, A., Gale, T., & Arlidge, S. (2015). Spectators’ Negotiations of Risk, Masculinity and Performative Mobilities at the TT Races. Mobilities, 10(4), 628-648. https://doi.org/10.1080/17450101.2014.895175

© 2014 Taylor & Francis. Abstract: This paper explores the particular assemblage of place, event and individual identity performances that occur each year in the Isle of Man in and through the TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle races. These road races... Read More about Spectators’ Negotiations of Risk, Masculinity and Performative Mobilities at the TT Races.

Evaluating the Green Revolution after a decade: A Swaziland case study (2012)
Journal Article
Terry, A. (2012). Evaluating the Green Revolution after a decade: A Swaziland case study. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 10(2), 135-149. https://doi.org/10.1080/14735903.2011.600828

This paper analyses the impact of the Komati Pilot Project (KPP) upon members and their neighbours. The KPP was a Government of Swaziland (GoS)-financed irrigation scheme that enabled 43 subsistence and semi-subsistence farmers to change from rain-fe... Read More about Evaluating the Green Revolution after a decade: A Swaziland case study.

Understanding the political significance of community sustainable development indicators in post-apartheid South Africa: A case study from Sobantu Township, Pietermaritzburg (2009)
Book Chapter
Terry, A. (2009). Understanding the political significance of community sustainable development indicators in post-apartheid South Africa: A case study from Sobantu Township, Pietermaritzburg. In J. Sirgy, R. Phillips, & D. R. Rahtz (Eds.), Community Quality-of-Life Indicators: Best Cases IV, 121-140. Springer

The rise and fall of donor funding for advocacy NGOs: Understanding the impact (2008)
Journal Article
Terry, A. (2008). The rise and fall of donor funding for advocacy NGOs: Understanding the impact. Development in Practice, 18(2), 223-234. https://doi.org/10.1080/09614520801899044

This article undertakes a critical re-evaluation of a DFID-funded project in South Africa which ran between 1998 and 2001. The evaluation sought to test whether the development of community-led indicators would improve governance. Since the project e... Read More about The rise and fall of donor funding for advocacy NGOs: Understanding the impact.

The Komati downstream development project: Achievements and challenges (2007)
Journal Article
Terry, A. (2007). The Komati downstream development project: Achievements and challenges. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie, 98(5), 641-651. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9663.2007.00430.x

To overcome widespread rural poverty, raise incomes and improve food security, Swaziland has begun a process of commercialisation of its subsistence farms. This strategy is based upon extending irrigation onto customary tenured land in the semi-arid... Read More about The Komati downstream development project: Achievements and challenges.

Improving food security in Swaziland: The transition from subsistence to communally managed cash cropping (2007)
Journal Article
Terry, A., & Ryder, M. (2007). Improving food security in Swaziland: The transition from subsistence to communally managed cash cropping. Natural Resources Forum, 31(4), 263-272. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1477-8947.2007.00161.x

The Komati Downstream Development Project (KDDP), based upon the Maguga Dam has enabled 6,000 hectares of semi-arid lowveld, in a region with low and highly variable rainfall to be converted from subsistence to irrigated commercial farming, mainly of... Read More about Improving food security in Swaziland: The transition from subsistence to communally managed cash cropping.