Laura Wise, PeaceRep Research Fellow, shared insights on women’s inclusion in peace processes with policymakers and activists from the OSCE region.
Marika Theros and Sahar Halaimzai investigate the thinking behind the international withdrawal from Afghanistan and its potential to cause further crises.
As the UK government works on a new White Paper on International Development, Tim Epple offers insights into rethinking development and conflict resolution.
PeaceRep's PA-X Peace Agreements Database has informed a new dataset and research on how youth feature in peace agreements.
Areefa Abdel Hamid al-Mousa discusses the impact of years of conflict and decades of authoritarian practices on Syrian identities.
Lord Ahmad, the UK’s Minister of State for the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia the United Nations, highlighted PeaceRep's contributions to conflict mediation practices.
The growing influence of armed groups and regional strife in the city of Azaz has negatively impacted the ability of community leaders to maintain local peace.
The Russian-led reconciliation agreement in southwestern Syria has not created a path towards building local peace, but rather insecurity and instability.
Laura Wise and Fiona Knäussel examine the slow progress in women's participation in peace processes and highlight the need for renewed focus on gender equality.
In February, devastating earthquakes in Syria and Turkey sparked a humanitarian crisis, leading to a swift geopolitical response.
PeaceRep Somalia research team members reflect on their experiences of working on corruption and aid diversion in Somalia.
Humanitarian action is not a diplomatic tool. However, while attempts are being made to use humanitarian aid as a weapon in Syria, it can also leverage local peace.