Artists and peacebuilders from ten countries visited Edinburgh Law School to discuss how women can use art for meaningful inclusion in peace processes.
The new online course for peacebuilding professionals will provide an overview of the latest developments in the field of gender, peace and security.
Laura Wise, PeaceRep Research Fellow, shared insights on women’s inclusion in peace processes with policymakers and activists from the OSCE region.
PeaceRep's PA-X Peace Agreements Database has informed a new dataset and research on how youth feature in peace agreements.
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.
PeaceRep has published a new series of policy briefs and blogs on the challenges of borders and conflict lines, free movement, and humanitarian aid delivery in Syria.
A new interactive data report presents insights from from a longitudinal survey, with key findings on peace and security, public authority, governance, and elections.
Team members were awarded the Best Data Visualisation prize for the Ukraine Data Tracker and the Best Dataset prize for the sixth release of PA-X Peace Agreements Database.
PeaceRep hosted a visit from David Rutley MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Americas and Caribbean), who welcomed PeaceRep’s role in supporting peace and transition processes.
PeaceRep has released the seventh version of the PA-X Peace Agreements Database, expanding the data to over 2000 peace agreements from around the world.
This event featured panelists sharing their insights on current challenges for women in peacemaking, and how PeaceTech innovations can contribute to inclusive peace processes.
PeaceRep researchers have shared insights in the media and in publications on the political factors that have led to the recent conflict in Sudan.