Fernando, S., King, A., and Eamer, A. (2016). Supported Education practitioners: agents of transformation? Accepted for publication by Occupational Therapy in Mental Health.
Zaidi, A., Fernando, S., Ammar, N. (2015). An exploratory study of the impact of information communication technology (ICT) or computer mediated communication (CMC) on the level of violence and access to service among intimate partner violence (IPV) survivors in Canada. Technology in Society. Vol 41. 91-97. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0160791X14000736
Fernando, S., King, A., Loney, D. (2014). Helping Them Help Themslves: Supported Adult Educaton for Persons living with Mental Illness. Canadian Journal for Studies in Adult Edcatuon. Vol.27 (1) 15-28.
Fernando, S, King, A: Winners and Losers: Literacy and Enduring Labour Market Inequality in Historical Perspective. Interventions Economique, 2013, 47. 2-20
Fernando, S and Earle B: Linking Poverty Reduction and Economic Recovery: Supporting Community Responses to Austerity in Ontario. Canadian Review of Social Policy. 65/66. 31-44.
Recent conference presentations:
Fernando, Shanti I. (2016) Adult Educators as Community Developers at 2016 Annual Conference of Canadian Association Studies of Adult Education. CASAE/ACÉÉA, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada May 29.
Fernando, Shanti I and Rinaldi, Jen. (2016) De/Constructing Exclusionary Immigration Law and Policy, Past and Present. Annual Conference of Canadian Disability Studies Association, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada May 30.
Fernando, Shanti I. and King, Alyson E. (2015). Education Interrupted: Learning Careers of Adults Living with Mental Illness. European Society for Research on the Education of Adults (ESREA) Access, Learning Careers and Identities Network Conference. Seville, Spain. November 26.
Fernando, Shanti I. and King, Alyson E. (2015) From Patient to Student: Study of a Canadian Hospital Supported Education Program. 1st European Conference on Supported Education. Groningen, the Netherlands. November 16-17 2015.
Fernando, Shanti I. and King, Alyson and (2015). Is Knowledge Power? An exploration of an historical normative framework for literacy policy, adult education and the economy in Canadian communities. Warwick Lifelong Learning Annual Conference, England. (June 30)
Eamer, A. Fernando, S. King, A. (April 2015)"Still on the margins: English language learning and mental health in immigrant psychiatric patients" Proceedings of Ireland International Conference on Education (IICE-2015) in April 20-22 in Dublin (Ireland) to be presented by Shanti Fernando and Allyson Eamer.