Haidula, L., Shikongo, A. E. E. & Marques, L. (2014). Action Research on Gender-Based Violence and Implications for Therapeutic Interventions for Families of Victims and Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Homicide In Namibia: A Phenomenological Approach at 2nd National Conference on gender-Based Violence. Windhoek.
Articles in Journals
Babalola, S. & Marques, L.A. (2013). Integrated approach to workplace diversity through human resource management. Journal of Social and Development Sciences 4(9). 435-445.
Foster, G, Morris, M.B & Sirodjin, S (2013). Changing Mental Health Systems through Social Work Education: A California Case Study.. Journal of Social Work Education 34(3). 490-505.
Janik, M. (2013). Meaning of work for teachers in Namibia: Positive Social Science Conference. Vanderbijl Park, South Africa.
Marques, L. A. (2013). Drivers of work engagement of staff members of a Higher Education Institution in Namibia: 2nd South African Positive Social Sciences Symposium. North-West University, South Africa.
Morris, M. B (2013). Beyond Being Bodies as Battlegrounds: Social Development as Part of Justice for Survivors of Sexual Violence in Rwanda.. International Consortium on Social Development. Kampala, Uganda. .
Morris, M.B. (2012). Women's Empowerment Programs: A Key Social Development Strategy.: International Consortium for Social Development: Envisioning New Social Development Strategies Beyond Millennium Development Goals.. .
Morris, M.B. (2009). Giving What You Have to Give: Rugerero Survivors' Village Project: A Case Study for Socio-Economic Development and the Possibility for All Professions to Contribute.. .
Reynolds, E. & Morris, M.B. (2008). The Rugerero Village Transformation Project: A Model for Holistic and Sustainable Socio-Economic Development for Genocide Survivors.: An invited presentation sponsored by the UNM Service Corps, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.. .