PeaceRep accepted the RSE Mary Somerville Medal on 22 November 2023 for outstanding achievement in teamwork and collaboration.
Higher Education in Iraq After 2003: Ongoing Challenges
This paper explores the need to reform the higher education system in Iraq to guarantee its independence and address the structural crisis.
The Trouble with Halbousi: The Rise of, and Resistance to, Iraq’s Sunni Strongman
This paper examines the rise of and the recent opposition to Iraqi parliament speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi.
Child Soldiers and Peace Agreements
Sean Molloy makes recommendations on how peace agreements can best address the issue of child soldiers, drawing on a new dataset of references to children in peace agreements.
News & Events
Join us for the launch of ‘Vulnerability and Resilience to Violent Extremism: An Actor-Centric Approach’ and explore the intricate web of societal dynamics surrounding violent extremism.
The app is now live in five languages, including Burmese. The mobile app provides insights and strategies to support women's inclusion in peacebuilding.
Known Unknowns: or the things that you thought you knew about a ceasefire in Gaza that it turns out you did not
Marika Sosnowski explores what a ceasefire could mean for Gaza and why a nuanced approach is needed.
PeaceRep is re-thinking the future of peace and transition processes amidst changing conflict landscapes. Our research covers four broad themes: fragmentation, peace processes, PeaceTech, and geopolitical agreement. Read more about each theme at the links below.
Understanding conflict fragmentation and implications for policy and practice
What is the future of peace and transition processes in a fragmented conflict landscape?
Digital innovation and data to support adaptive management of peace processes
Understanding shifts in the geopolitical context of peace and transition processes
Data for Peace
Our PA-X Peace Agreements Database contains nearly 2000 peace agreements from peace processes between 1990 and 2022.
PA-X data underpins a range of digital tools to support policy and practice, including visualisations, trackers, interactive timelines, infographics, and a mobile app.
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