KRC’S PUBLICATIONS

Publication references showcasing KRC’s work. Access to abstracts and full documents will be made available shortly.

  1. Department for International Development, Kingston Restoration Company & Neighbourhood Initiatives Foundation 2001, Community Action Kit, Kingston Restoration Company, Kingston
  2. Gillings, S and Seymour, M 2007, ‘ Development Planning: Perspectives, Issues and Practices in Planning Institute of Jamaica’, Planning today…Securing tomorrow -Perspectives on Development Planning in Jamaica - Papers presented at the Planning Institute of Jamaica’s 50th Anniversary Conference on Economic and Social Development Planning, Planning Institute of Jamaica, Jamaica pp. 172 -189.
  3. Kingston Restoration Company and Jones, S 2002, ‘The Jamaica Urban Poverty Project in Urban Livelihoods’, in Jones, T and Rakodi, C (eds), A People Centred Approach to Reducing Poverty “ Earthscan Publications Ltd, London, pp.237 -246.
  4. Seymour M 1998, ‘Kingston Restoration Company, Regaining the balance downtown through public- private partnership for renewal ,economic growth, social and cultural re-engineering in Jamaica’s capital city’, in Universidad de Alicante, Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship, Relationship Between Public and Private Sectors Dwight Eisenhower EFF Conference; Preface George Bush, Universidad de Alicante, Spain, pp. 134 - 161
  5. One World A Million Stories DEVELOPMENTS, Rise from the ashes, Retrieved on October 23, 2007 from http://www.developments.org.uk/articles/rising-from-the-ashes-1/ Publications available. See abstracts available. Articles will be available for online purchase shortly for papers A – C. Papers D & E are still under review.

These papers were produced by the Action Research Unit of KRC with funding from the Department for International Development, support from Universities of the West Indies and Technology and community residents. They sought to bring greater understanding to issues affecting development. Papers will be available for purchase on line in the short term

  1. Enterprise Development Strategies in Urban Poverty Reduction… Exploring the Possibilities and Unlocking the Opportunities; read more
  2. Social Capital in the Alleviation of Urban Poverty…Methods for its Formation and use in the Inner City Context; read more
  3. Securing Land Tenure for the Urban poor… Understanding the Issues, Enabling Access; read more
  4. Developing Social Capital in the Inner City: Building Back Bridges and Links; - Not available
  5. Tenure Manual. - Not Available

 

KRC’s presentation (internal) to Cornwall Metropolitan Centre

KRC’s presentation (internal) to Cornwall Metropolitan Centre – Rutgers Newark Campus on “Alleviating Urban Poverty – the Jamaican Urban Po

Putting Policy into Practice

Putting Policy into Practice - Innovative Action to Address Poverty n Complex Urban Areas (2003)

Jamaica Urban Poverty Project

Jamaica Urban Poverty Project – Preparation of Strategic Plan Supporting the Revitalization of Jones Town Contract No. CNTR 955133

The Denham Town and Neighbouring Innercity Communities Renewal Project

The Denham Town and Neighbouring Innercity Communities Renewal Project – A joint venture of the Ministry of National Security and Justice and KRC

Implementing Habitat Agenda

Implementing Habitat Agenda – Jamaica Urban Poverty Project in Kingston Jamaica

Carib Explorer September 2010 issue

Carib Explorer September 2010 issue – Social Inclusion and Trust for Innercity Redevelopment

Department for International Development

Department for International Development, Kingston Restoration Company and Neighbourhood Iniatives Foundation 2001, Community Action Kit

KRC’S PUBLICATIONS

Publication references showcasing KRC’s work. Access to abstracts and full documents will be made available shortly.

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ARI Abstracts Paper A.

Paper A. - Enterprise Development Strategies in Urban Poverty Reduction… Exploring the Possibilities and Unlocking the Opportunities

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ARI Abstracts Paper B.

Paper B. - Social Capital in the Alleviation of Urban Poverty…Methods for its Formation and use in the Inner City Context

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ARI Abstracts Paper C.

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