Introducing PeaceRep.org: a new hub for PeaceRep publications, data and more.
PeaceRep’s new programme website provides easy access to our cutting-edge research supporting transitions from conflict. The new site replaces the former Political Settlements Research Programme (PSRP) site, building on key functionalities and resources while introducing new features and improvements.
Peacerep.org introduces several new features:
- About PeaceRep: overview of the programme and consortium
- Research Themes: introduction to our main themes (fragmentation, country context, geopolitical transitions, and PeaceTech)
- Data: explore the latest version of the PA-X database and more
Existing functionality has been improved:
- Publications: streamlined database for easy use
- Resources: links to our podcasts, tools, and trackers
- News and Blogs: topical analysis from PeaceRep experts and guests
- Events: the latest webinars and events
Got feedback to share with us about this new website? Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PeaceRep is re-thinking peace and transition processes in light of changing conflict dynamics, changing demands of inclusion, and changes in patterns of global intervention in conflict and peace/mediation/transition management processes. We are supporting the reimagining of peace and transition processes through a range of traditional, praxis, and digitally innovative research tools and projects. Read more about our research.
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PeaceRep brings together a consortium of researchers drawn from universities, non-governmental organisations and inter-governmental organisations. More about the full consortium here.
PeaceRep is funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO). More about our funders here.