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Cottrell, Linsey, Holme Obrestad, Kristin and Njeri, Sarah (2023) 'Mine action and climate change - the legacy of explosive ordnance contamination and future needs.' OSCE. (Forthcoming)

Barbelet, Veronique, Lough, Oliver and Njeri, Sarah (2022) Towards more inclusive, effective and impartial humanitarian action. London: ODI. Humanitarian Policy Group: Policy Brief.

Lough, Oliver, Barbelet, Veronique and Njeri, Sarah (2022) Inclusion and exclusion in humanitarian action: findings from a three-year study. London: ODI. Humanitarian Policy Group: Report.

Njeri, Sarah and Daigle, Megan (2022) Women leading local humanitarian response during the Covid-19 pandemic. London: ODI. Humanitarian Policy Group: Working Paper.

Ayub, Alavi, Cottrell, Linsey, Njeri, Sarah and whitbread-Abrutat, Peter (2022) 'Out with War and in with Nature: Supporting climate resilience and sustainable livelihoods through mine clearance in Afghanistan.' In: Brown, Oli and Nicolucci-Altman, Giuliana, (eds.), Future of Environmental Peacebuilding: Nurturing an Ecosystem for Peace. A White Paper and Compendium. Geneva: Geneva Peacebuilding Platform, PeaceNexus Foundation, Environmental Peacebuilding Association, Environmental Law Institute, and International Union for Conservation of Nature, pp. 120-122.

Njeri, Sarah (2022) 'Examining mine action's 'peaceability' potential through everyday narratives and practices in Somaliland.' Journal of the British Academy, 10 (s1). pp. 109-133.

Ikpe, Eka and Njeri, Sarah (2021) 'Landmine Clearance and Peacebuilding: Evidence from Somaliland.' Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, 17 (1). pp. 91-107.

Barbelet, Veronique, Njeri, Sarah and Onubedo, Grace (2021) Inclusion and exclusion in the north-east Nigeria crisis. London: ODI. Humanitarian Policy Group: Working Paper.

Bolton, Matthew Breay, Njeri, Sarah and Benjamin-Britton, Taylor, eds. (2020) Global Activism and Humanitarian Disarmament. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Njeri, Sarah (2020) 'Race, positionality and the researcher.' In: Mac Ginty, Roger, Brett, Roddie and Vogel, Birte, (eds.), The companion to peace and conflict fieldwork. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 381-394.

Plesch, Dan and Miletic, K (2019) 'The Relationship between Humanitarian Disarmament and General and Complete Disarmament.' In: Bolton, Matthew Breay, Benjamin-Britton, Taylor and Njeri, Sarah, (eds.), Global Activism and Humanitarian Disarmament. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 199-224.

Bolton, Matthew Breay, Njeri, Sarah and Benjamin-Britton, Taylor (2019) 'Humanitarian Disarmament Movement: An Assessment and Review.' In: Bolton, Matthew Breay, Njeri, Sarah and Benjamin-Britton, Taylor, (eds.), Global Activism and Humanitarian Disarmament. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-24.

Njeri, Sarah (2019) 'The politics of non-recognition: Re-evaluating the apolitical presentation of the UN humanitarian mine action programs in Somaliland.' In: Breay Bolton, Matthew, Njeri, Sarah and Benjamin-Britton, Taylor, (eds.), Global Activism and Humanitarian Disarmament. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 169-195.

Njeri, Sarah, Benjamin-Britton, Taylor and Bolton, Matthew Breay (2019) 'Epilogue: Whither Humanitarian Disarmament?' In: Bolton, Matthew Breay, Njeri, Sarah and Benjamin-Britton, Taylor, (eds.), Global Activism and Humanitarian Disarmament. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 253-259.

Njeri, Sarah (2018) 'Somaliland; the viability of a liberal peacebuilding critique beyond state building, state formation and hybridity.' Peacebuilding, 7 (1). pp. 37-50.

Njeri, Sarah (2016) A Minefield of Possibilities: The viability of Liberal Peace in Somaliland, with particular reference to Mine Action. PhD thesis. University of Bradford.

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