Books & Chapters

Hemmati, M. (2020). Stakeholder engagement. With contribution of: Maier, B. In: Paschke, M. and Dahinden, M. (eds.): Engaging in the science-policy dialogue, Workbook 2. Zurich: Zurich-Basel Plant Science Center.

Hemmati, M. (2019). Principles for Multi-Stakeholder Processes. In: Dodds F (ed). Stakeholder Democracy.  pp194-211. Routledge

Hemmati, M. 2018: Herausforderung: Führung im Klimaschutz (S.11) / Akteursanalyse (S.16). In: adelphi (ed.): Landkreise in Führung! Gemeinsam Handeln im Klimaschutz. (PDF)

Brouwer, H., Woodhill, J. with M. Hemmati, K. Verhoosel, S. van Vugt 2015: The MSP Guide – How to Design and Facilitate Multi-stakeholder Partnerships. Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen University (free download of the book, links to the portal)

Alber, G. & Hemmati, M. 2011. Gender perspectives: debunking climate policy myths. In: Commonwealth Ministers Reference Book. London June 2011

gender into climate policy. toolkit for climate experts and decision-makers, with Ulrike Roehr, Gotelind Alber, Tina Flegel, Catherine Mungai, Felicia Davis. GenderCC – Women for Climate Justice, 2009

Röhr, U., Hemmati, M., Lambrou, Y. 2009. Towards Gender Equality in Climate Change Policy: Challenges and Perspectives for the Future. In: E. Enarson & P.G. Dar Chakrabarti (eds). Women, Gender and Disaster. pp289-303. Los Angeles et al: Sage

Röhr, U. & Hemmati. M. 2008. Solidarity in the Greenhouse: Gender Equality and Climate Change. In: Grover, V. (ed.): Global Warming and Climate Change. Ten Years After Kyoto and Still Counting. Pp779-804, and pp1079-1083. Oxford & IBH: Science Publishers

Hemmati, M. 2007. Challenges of Multi-stakeholder Partnerships in Ecoagriculture Landscapes. In: S. Scherr & J. McNealy (eds). Farming With Nature – The Science and Practice of Ecoagriculture. pp344-357. Island Press

Hemmati, M. 2002. Multi-Stakeholder Processes for Governance and Sustainability – Beyond Deadlock and Conflict. London: Earthscan / Routledge

Hemmati, M. 2001. Women & Sustainable Development: From 2000 to 2002. in: F. Dodds & T. Middleton (eds.). Earth Summit 2002 – A New Deal. pp65-83. London: Earthscan, 2nd Edition

Hemmati, M. 2000. Gender-Specific Patterns of Poverty and (Over-)Consumption in Developing and Developed Countries. In: E. Jochem, J. Sathaye & Daniel Biulle (eds.). Society, Behaviour, and Climate Change Mitigation. Proceedings of IPCC Expert Group Meeting on Social Scientific Approaches to Climate Change Mitigation. pp169-190. Klewer Publications

Hemmati, M. 2000. Future Workshops – From Vision Into Action: Women’s Role in City Planning in Heidelberg, Germany. In: Sustainable Cities Programme (UNEP / UNCHS): Integrating Gender Responsiveness in Environmental Planning and Management. The Environmental Planning & Management Source Book Series. pp83-87. Nairobi: UNEP / Habitat

Journal Articles,  Blogs, Websites & Presentations

Hemmati, M. & Schmidt, C. 2020. Prozess-Wegweiser für Beteiligung und Mitwirkung im kommunalen Klimaschutz. Interaktive Webseite: (im Auftrag von ifeu und BMU / Nationale Klimaschutzinitiative)

Holthaus, A. & Hemmati, M. 2019. Chemisches Ungleichgewicht. Geschlechter(un)Gerechtigkeit in der Welt der Chemie. Forum Umwelt & Entwicklung, Rundbrief 3/2019, S.12-13; Spezial zum Nachhaltigkeitsgipfel der Vereinten Nationen: Grosse Ziele, aber kein Plan. Wo steht die Agenda für Nachhaltige Entwicklung?

Holthaus, A. & Hemmati, M. 2019. Chemikalien und Gender – SAICM geschlechtergerecht gestalten. Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung, SAICM Blog, August 2019

Hemmati, M. 2018: UNEA-3 – Towards a Pollution-Free Planet. GenderCC Newsletter February 2018

Dodds, F. & Hemmati, M. 2018. Are Grants For Losers? Blog article

Hemmati, M. 2017. Impacts of Environmental Challenges on Psychological Well-Being, and Psychological Contributions to Realizing the SDGs. Presentation at the 10th Psychology Day at the UN, held April 20, 2017 (webcast available at UNWebTV)

Hemmati, M. & Dodds, F. 2017.  Principles an Practices of Multi-stakeholder Partnerships for Sustainable Development – Guidance and Oversight from UN Decisions, prepared for a workshop of the ‘Friends for Governance for Sustainable Development’, New York. In: Friends of Governance for Sustainable Development (ed.): Governance for Sustainable Development – Implementing the 2030 Agenda. Chapter 1, p16ff, New World Frontiers

Simon, N. & Hemmati, M. 2017. Sustainable Chemistry as an Ambitious Destination for Strengthening Future Chemicals Policy. Reflections from the first meeting of the intersessional process considering the Strategic Approach and the sound management of chemicals and waste beyond 2020, Brasilia, Feb 7-9, 2017

Hemmati, M., Brouwer, H. & Woodhill, J. 2015. Six individual competencies for working with multi-stakeholder partnerships. Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Blog, 22 Dec 2015

Brouwer, H., Hemmati, M. & Woodhill, J. 2015. Seven principles for effective and healthy multi-stakeholder partnerships, Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Blog, 16 Dec 2015

Hemmati, M. 2015. The SDGs as a Transformation Process: Where is Gender? Presentation at Engendering the Sustainable Development Agenda. An international conference organised by genderSTE. Istanbul, Nov 2015

Andreas, M. Fischer. K. & Hemmati, M. 2015. On climate action, cities need a way to learn from each other’s mistakes. Citiscope, 29 Nov 2015

Moczek, N. 2013. Angewandte Umweltpsychologie: Fünf Interviews mit Umweltpsycholog/innen aus dem Bereich Energie und Klimaschutz. In: Umweltpsychologie, Jg 17, pp136-159 (Interview mit M. Hemmati) (Applied Environmental Psychology: Five Interviews with Environmental Psychologists in the Areas of Energy and Climate Change; Interview with M. Hemmati)

Hemmati, M. 2010. What It Takes. Competencies Needed to Design and Facilitate MSPs., (English / French / Spanish) Dec 2010

Hemmati, M. & Röhr, U. 2007. A Huge Challenge and a Narrow Discourse: Ain’t No Space For Gender in Climate Change Policy? Women and Environment International, Issue #74-75, Spring 2007

Röhr, U. & Hemmati, M. 2005. Why It Makes a Difference: Gender and Climate Change at COP11/MOP1. Sustainable Energy News, No 51, Dec 2005, pp9-10

Röhr, U. & Hemmati, M. 2005. It’s NOT (Only) the Economy, Stupid! Gender und Klimaschutz auf der COP11 und COP/MOP1. Forum Umwelt & Entwicklung, Rundbrief 4/2005 (Gender and Climate Protection at COP11 and COP/MOP1; German Forum on Environment and Development, Newsletter)

Hemmati, M., 2001. Frauen bereiten sich vor. Aktivitaeten vor dem Erdgipfel 2002.  Forum Umwelt & Entwickung, Rundbrief 3/2001, pp9-11. Bonn: Projektstelle Umwelt & Entwicklung (Women are preparing. Activities towards Earth Summit 2002. German Forum on Environment and Development, Newsletter 3/2001)

Hemmati, M., 2001. Earth Summit 2002 – Preparations and Women’s Activities. LOLA Press, June 2001

Hemmati, M. 2001. Multi-Stakeholder Processes and the Stakeholder Dialogues Towards Earth Summit 2002. Network 2002, April 2001

Hemmati, M. 2001. Energy at CSD-9 and the Role of the Women’s Caucus. ENERGIA News, Vol. 4, No. 1, April 2001

Hemmati, M. 2000. Women’s Employment and Participation in Tourism. Sustainable Travel & Tourism. pp17-20

Hemmati, M. Jones, J. & Enayati, J. 2000. 5 Jahre nach der 4. Weltfrauenkonferenz. Sondersitzung der Generalversammlung der Vereinten Nationen. Forum Umwelt & Entwickung, Rundbrief 2/2000, pp25-26. Bonn: Projektstelle Umwelt & Entwicklung (5 years after the 4th World Conference on Women. Special Session of the UN General Assembly)

Lee-Smith, D. & Hemmati, M. 2000. Women’s Land Ownership and Globalisation. The Network Newsletter, May 2000, No 20, 7. British Council: Manchester

Reports & Papers

Hemmati, M. & Schmidt, C. 2020. Beteiligung und Mitwirkung im kommunalen Klimaschutz. Berlin: ifeu, Dr Minu Hemmati Consulting / im Auftrag des BMU

GIZ, 2019: Gender in Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships (PDF, English) / Gender in Multi-Akteurs-Partnerschaften (PDF, deutsch). Webinar video recording.
Published by / herausgegeben von Partnerschaften 2030, authors / Autorinnen: M. Hemmati & A. Holthaus.

Hemmati, M. & Holthaus, A. 2018. Paper: Gender and Chemicals Beyond2020 – Policy Suggestions. How to integrate gender in SAICM Beyond 2020. MSP Institute. Berlin, March 2018

Hemmati, M. & Bach, A. 2017. Gender & Chemicals: Questions, Issues, and Possible Entry Points. Berlin: MSP Institute

Hemmati, M. & Dodds, F. 2016. High-quality Multi-stakeholder Partnerships for Implementing the SDGs. Workshop Summary

Hemmati, M. 2015. Engagement and Communication for Implementation and Review. Contribution to UN EGM “Social Development and the Agenda 2030”, New York Oct 2015

Hemmati, M., Bach, A., Fischer, K., & Andreas, M. 2015. Local Action Driving Transformation. Proceedings of the International Conference on Climate Action (ICCA2015). Berlin: German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety

Hemmati, M. & Rogers, F. 2015.  Multi-stakeholder Engagement and Communications for Sustainability. Beyond Sweet-Talk and Blanket Criticism – Towards Successful Implementation. London: CatalySD

CIVICUS – World Alliance for Citizen Participation 2015. Towards New Social Contracts: Using Dialogue Processes to Promote Social Change. (Consultants:  Minu Hemmati, François Rogers). Johannesburg (download in English, Français, Espanol, Arabic)

Fischer, K., Andreas, M., Bauer, H., Bichler, M., Hemmati, M., Hertle, H. 2014. Climate Dialogue – Process-Management as Planning Tool. Proceedings of the ICLEI Resilient Cities Congress 2014

Pruitt, B. & Hemmati, M. 2009. Re-envisioning The Access Initiative (TAI) for the Next Decade. Report, Generative Change Community (PDF)

Hemmati, M. 2008. Gender Perspectives on Climate Change. Background Paper to the Interactive Expert Panel at the UN Commission on the Status of Women (PDF), 52nd session, February 2008

Kuenkel, P. & Hemmati, M. 2008 / 2009. Working With Stakeholder Dialogues. Field Guide for Course Participants & Course Design. 80 pages. Potsdam: Collective Leadership Institute

Hemmati, M. 2007. Participatory Dialogue: Towards a Stable, Safe and Just Society For All. Report commissioned by UN DESA Department for Social Policy and Development. New York: United Nations

Hemmati, M. 2005. Building Multi-stakeholder Processes for Social Integration. Background Paper for the UN DESA Expert Group Meeting “Dialogue in the Social Integration Process: Building Peaceful Social Relations – By, For and With People”. New York, Nov 2005

Hemmati, M. 2005. Gender & Climate Change in the North: Issues, Entry Points and Strategies for the Post-2012 Process and Beyond. genanet / Focal Point Gender Justice and Sustainability, Berlin

Hemmati, M. 2004. Seed Initiative – Supporting Entrepreneurs for Environment and Development: Draft Research Frame-work. Paper prepared for the Seed Initiative; available from the author

Hemmati, M. & Whitfield, R. 2003. Capacity Building for Sustainable Development Partnerships. A Template For Stakeholders, Governments, and Agencies. London: Stakeholder Forum, April 2003

Hemmati, M. & Whitfield, R. 2003. The Future Role of Partnerships In the Follow-up to Johannesburg. Suggestions For Effective Mechanisms at the National, Regional and International Level. London: Stakeholder Forum, April 2003

Hemmati, M. 2002. International Award Scheme “Examples of Excellence” (preliminary title). An International Partnership Initiative for Sustainable Development. Background Study & Interim Report. London

Hemmati, M., Whitfield, R., Baker, G., Enayati, J., Gerlach, I., Rhodes, C. 2002. Implementation Conference: Stakeholder Action for Our Common Future. Summary Report. London, October 2002

Hemmati, M. & Gardiner, R. 2002. Gender and Sustainable Development. Background World Summit Briefing Paper. Berlin / London: Heinrich Böll Foundation / Stakeholder Forum

Enayati, J. & Hemmati, M. (eds.) 2001. Multi-Stakeholder Processes. Examples, Principles, Strategies. Report of an International Workshop, New York, 28/29 April 2001. London: UNED Forum

Hemmati, M. & Seliger, K. (eds.) 2001. The Stakeholder Toolkit. A Resource for Women and NGOs (PDF). London: UNED Forum

Hemmati, M. & Schaefer, B. 2001. Gender Perspectives for Earth Summit 2002 – Energy; Transport; Information for Decision-Making. Report on an International Conference. Berlin / London, January 2001 (Summary)

Hemmati, M. & Walker Leigh, V. 2000. Women & Freshwater. Position Paper for the CSD NGO Women’s Caucus in preparation for the UN CSD 8th Session, April/May 2000

Hemmati, M. & Mwaura-Muiru, E. 2000. Women and Sustainable Development. Report from a joint GROOTS Kenya and UNED-UK workshop held in Kajiado, Kenya, December 1999

Hemmati, M. & CSD NGO Women’s Caucus, 2000. Women & Sustainable Development 2000 – 2002. Recommendations in Agenda 21 and Suggestions for a Review of Implementation. CSD NGO Women’s Caucus, London / New York

Hemmati, M. 1999. Women & Freshwater. Stakeholder Background Paper for “Freshwater – Setting the Agenda for the 21st Century” Conference, London, June 1999

Grover, S., Flenley, C. & Hemmati, M. 1999. Gender & Sustainable Consumption. Bridging Policy Gaps in the Context of Chapter 4, Agenda 21 “Changing Consumption and Production Patterns”. Report to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development 7th Session, April 1999. London: UNED-UK

Hemmati, M. (ed.). 1999. Gender & Tourism. Women’s Employment and Participation. Report to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development 7th Session, April 1999. (Summary) London: UNED-UK