The resources available through SIAhub have been recommended by members. For a publication or website to qualify as an SIAhub resource, it needs to meet all three of the following requirements:
It needs to be of interest to SIA practitioners;
The necessary permissions from those who possess copyright over the resource can be obtained; and
It needs to be a ‘proper’ publication. This includes guides and tools, journal articles and other peer-reviewed articles, case studies and theses, useful websites, agency reports at international and national levels, consultancy reports in relation to major projects, and relevant legislation. However, unpublished conference presentations and personal opinion pieces will be excluded.
Ms Liezl Coetzee
Southern Hemisphere Consultants
Social Impact Assessment e-learning programme
Community Insights Group