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2012
Anke van der Kwaak, Hermen Ormel and Annemiek Richters (eds.) (2012) Capacity-building for knowledge generation: Experiences in the context of health and development. Amsterdam: KIT.
http://www.kitpublishers.nl/-/33692/KIT-Publishers/KIT-Publishers-Nieuwe-boeken?ItemID=3341&title=Capacity-building-for-knowledge-generation:-Experiences-in-the-context-of-health-and-development

Anke van der Kwaak, Annemiek Richters and Hermen Ormel (2012) “Creative pathways: From capacity development to action learning”, in idem, pp. 11-21.

Annemiek Richters, Hermen Ormel and Anke van der Kwaak (2012) “Multi-country programme on social science research redesigned: The case for a Great Lakes Applied Research Centre”, in idem, pp. 125-138.

Grace Akello, Annemiek Richters, Ria Reis, Charles B. Rwabukwali (2012) “Children’s psychological distress and needs in Northern Uganda’s conflict zone: An assessment of stakeholder’s conflicting engagements”, in Eduardo Manuel Alvarez and Arturo José Escobar eds. Psychology of war, pp. 33-61. Nova Science Publishers. (Published in series of books on Psychology of emotions, motivations and actions.
(https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=27037)

 
2011
J.M. Richters, Th. Rutayisire, T. Sewimfura & E. Ngendahayo (2011). Psychotrauma, healing and reconciliation in Rwanda: The contribution of community-based sociotherapy. African Journal of Traumatic Stress, 1(2), 55-64.
G. Akello, A. Richters & . et al (2011). Children’s management of complaints symptomatic of psychological distress: A critical analysis of the different approaches in Northern Uganda. African Journal of Traumatic Stress, 1(2), 70-80.

2010
A. Richters (2010). Migrants, discrimination and equity in access to health promotion and health care. In V. Lasch, U. Sonntag & U. Maschewsky-Schneider (Eds.), Equity in access to health promotion, treatment and care for all European women (pp. 63-78). Kassel: Kassel University Press.

2009
A. Richters, G. Akello & R. Reis (2009). Coming to terms with accountability: why the reintegration of former child soldiers in Northern Uganda fails. In P. Gobodo-Madikizela & C. van der Merwe (Eds.), Memory, narrative, and forgiveness: perspectives on the unfinished journeys of the past (pp. 188-212). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.