Seminars, discussions and more from PeaceRep consortium members.

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Data as a tool for peace

This interview with Devanjan Bhattacharya, a PeaceRep TRAIN@Ed Postdoctoral Fellow, explores how 'PeaceTech' and data can support research into conflict and peace.

PeaceRep analysis informs UN Secretary-General report on women, peace and security

Once again, the UN's 2023 report draws on PeaceRep research to illustrate trends in women’s participation and inclusion in peace processes.

Powerful networks impose taxes on aid in Somalia. It’s time for this to end

The thorny issue of aid diversion in Somalia continues to gain attention. Claire Thomas and Nisar Majid delve into the broader context at play.

Executive Director to outline plans for PeaceRep's new peace and transition process...

PeaceRep Executive Director, Christine Bell, will address audiences next week to discuss peace analytics and PeaceRep's new peace and transition process tracker.

In China, Syria's Assad gets political fanfare, but no funding commitments

This blogpost by Kasia Houghton explores the relationship between Syria and China and its true significance to the international community.

Making Connections Between Peace Agreements, Parliamentarians and Security Council Agendas

This blog delves into parliaments' role in implementing WPS and YPS agendas and how peace agreements can support their efforts.


PeaceRep hosts Beyond Borders Women in Conflict Fellows

Artists and peacebuilders from ten countries visited Edinburgh Law School to discuss how women can use art for meaningful inclusion in peace processes.