Events

Seminars, discussions and more from PeaceRep consortium members.

News

The latest on peace processes and conflict resolution studies from around the world.

News

What's New in Version 6 of the PA-X Database?

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The PA-X Peace Agreements Database now contains 1,959 peace agreements, found in more than 150 peace processes between 1990 and 2022, as well as 44 new agreements added since...

Work with us: Finance and Project Officer role now open

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PeaceRep seeks a senior administrator with financial experience to join the programme as Finance and Project Officer.

Christine Bell on geopolitical dimensions of the Russia-Ukraine conflict

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PeaceRep Director Christine Bell has authored a blog and a short report on geopolitical settlement in the context of Ukraine-Russia negotiations.

Job Opportunity: Postdoc in Eastern European peace and conflict studies

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Apply to work with KonKoop, a research network focusing on dynamics of conflict and cooperation in Eastern Europe.

Addressing Gender-Based Violence in Post-Conflict Societies: PeaceRep Welcomes Research...

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Anna Asproni introduces her research focus as she begins an internship with PeaceRep.

PeaceRep research impact recognised by REF2021

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REF2021 recognised Edinburgh Law School for the strength of its research environment, outputs, and impact - including case studies from PeaceRep.

Publications, Data and More: Explore the New PeaceRep Site

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PeaceRep's new programme website provides easy access to our cutting-edge research supporting transitions from conflict.

New PeaceRep publication series explores global transitions

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The new Global Transitions Series looks at fragmentations in the global order and how these impact peace and transition settlements.

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Final Update to the Ceasefires in a Time of Covid-19 Tracker

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Our digital tracking tool covers two years of ceasefire negotations, examining the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on armed conflict. The current update adds the most recent instances of...

Professor Christine Bell appointed Honorary Professor at the Mitchell Institute

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PeaceRep Programme Director Professor Christine Bell has been appointed as Honorary Professor at The Mitchell Institute, Queens University Belfast.

PA-X Database development highlighted in 'Pathways to Peace and Security' journal

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The latest issue of the Pathways to Peace and Security journal features an article by Dr Sanja Badanjak reflecting on the development of the PA-X Peace Agreements Database, along...