PeaceRep accepted the RSE Mary Somerville Medal on 22 November 2023 for outstanding achievement in teamwork and collaboration.
The app is now live in five languages, including Burmese. The mobile app provides insights and strategies to support women's inclusion in peacebuilding.
Marika Sosnowski explores what a ceasefire could mean for Gaza and why a nuanced approach is needed.
A comprehensive interactive dashboard offering unique insights into references to children and youth in peace agreements signed between 1990 and 2022 is now available.
This interview with Devanjan Bhattacharya, a PeaceRep TRAIN@Ed Postdoctoral Fellow, explores how 'PeaceTech' and data can support research into conflict and peace.
Once again, the UN's 2023 report draws on PeaceRep research to illustrate trends in women’s participation and inclusion in peace processes.
A new research paper using the PeaceFem mediation app as a unique dataset offers new insights on women’s inclusion in peace processes.
Ibrahim Magara explores the complexities surrounding the crisis and international peace mediation attempts.
Faduma Abukar Mursal explores the intricacies of life on the streets of Mogadishu and the challenges residents face in a city shaped by checkpoints.
PeaceRep Executive Director, Christine Bell, will address audiences next week to discuss peace analytics and PeaceRep's new peace and transition process tracker.
This blogpost by Kasia Houghton explores the relationship between Syria and China and its true significance to the international community.
Checkpoints play a pivotal role in Somalia's sub-national governance. This blogpost explores checkpoint clustering in the context of the battle against Al-Shabaab.