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Walker, P. O. (2005). Acknowledging and reducing epistemic violence toward indigenous people's knowledge systems. In: Peace, Justice and Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific Region, The University of Queensland, (1-14). 1-3 April 2005. 190  
Walker, Polly and Garu, Chief Selwyn (2009). 'A few more arrows': Strengthening mediative capacity in Vanuatu. In Dale Bagshaw and Elisabeth Porter (Ed.), Mediation in the Asia-Pacific region: Transforming conflicts and building peace (pp. 94-110) London, U.K.; New York, U.S.A.: Routledge. 134  
Walker, Polly and Garu, Selwyn (2009). A few more arrows: Strenthening mediative capacity in Vanuatu. In Dale Bagshaw and Elisabeth Porter (Ed.), Mediation in the Asia - Pacific region transforming confilicts and building peace (pp. 94-110) London: Routledge. 77  
Walker, P. O. (2003) Colonising research: Academia's structural violence towards Indigenous peoples. Social Alternatives, 22 3: 37-40. 298  
Walker, P. (1999) Concepts of the self: implications for cross-cultural conflict resolution. The ADR Bulletin, 2 2: 17-18, 24. 72  
Graham, Mary, Brigg, Morgan and Walker, Polly O. (2011). Conflict Murri way: Managing through place and relatedness. In Morgan Brigg and Roland Bleiker (Ed.), Mediating across difference: Oceanic and Asian approaches to conflict resolution (pp. 75-99) Honolulu, Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press. 246 6
Walker, P O (2006) Creating a new story: The role of reconciliation ceremonies in transforming conflict between indigenous and settler peoples. The Australian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies Newsletter, May 2006 16-17. 32  
Walker, P. O. (2005) Decolonizing Conflict Resolution. Addressing the ontological violence of Westernization. The American Indian Quarterly, 28 3/4: 527-549. doi:10.1353/aiq.2004.0108 63   0
Walker, P. O. (2005) Developing Solomon Islands' style mediation. ADR Bulletin, 7 10: 181-182. 42  
Walker, P. O. (2005) Development, human security and peacebuilding within Australia. The Australian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies Newsletter, 6 12-13. 27  
Walker, P O (2006) Die Balance herstellen als Friedensansatz indigener Vlker. Perspektive Mediation, 4 212-216. 25  
Walker, P. (2001) Eldership and wisdom in Native conflict processing. The ADR Bulletin, 3 9: 105-108. 50  
Walker, P. (2001) Journeys around the medicine wheel: A story of Indigenous research in a Western university. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 29 2: 18-21. 61  
Walker, Polly O. (2001). Mending the web: Conflict transformation between Aboriginal and non-Indigenous Australians PhD Thesis, School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, The University of Queensland. 424 396
Walker, P. (2000) Native approaches to decolonising education in institutions of higher learning. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 28 2: 28-34. 160  
West, Guy R. and Walker, Polly O. (1999) Notes On Some Common Misconceptions In Input-Output Impact Methodology. Discussion Paper No 262, Department of Economics, The University of Queensland. 620 2548
Walker, P O One Heart and a Wrong Spirit. Kenmore, Queensland: Backhouse Lecture Committee, 2006. 39  
Walker, P. (1999). Revisiting the three R's: Our response to racism and reconciliation. In: Joint Conference AASW, IFSW, APASWE, AASWWE Conference Proceedings. 1999 Joint Conference: AASW, IFSW, APASWE, AASWWE, Sheraton Brisbane, (276-281). 2-29 Sept 1999. 37  
Walker, P. O. (2006) Singing a new song: The role of music in indigenous strategies of non-violent social change in (eds.) Encyclopedia of Life Support System (EOLSS). Oxford, U.K.: EOLSS Publishers 30  
Walker, Polly O. (2007) Singing up worlds: Ceremony and conflict transformation between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples in Australia and the United States. Taiwan International Studies Quarterly, 3 2: 23-45. 49  
Sheehan, N. and Walker, P. (2001) The Purga Project: Indigenous knowledge research. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 29 2: 11-17. 110