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

News

Art as a Tool of Peace Exhibition Launch

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PeaceRep's new exhibition offers insights into the role of art as a tool for local peace.

Fully Funded PhD Opportunity: At the Intersection of Sexualities and Political Settlement...

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Applications are open for a fully-funded PhD opportunity as part of the Beyond Opposition Project, exploring LGBTQ+ inclusions and those who are opposed to, or concerned about, these in the context of Northern...

Constitutions, Customary and Religious Law and Gender Equality: Third Annual Women...

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Participants addressed the balancing act between cultural and religious rights and gender equality, and considered how women constitution-makers and their allies can reconcile these rights within a constitutional framework.

PSRP gender research awarded prestigious book prize

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Prof Catherine O’Rourke won the Irish Association of Law Teachers (IALT) Kevin Boyle Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship for her book Women’s Rights in Armed Conflict under International Law...

Art as a Tool for Peace: Young artists from Syria and Yemen illustrate the transformative...

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A powerful new exhibition brings together a series of works by young artists from across Syria and Yemen, offering a glimpse into some of the world’s most protracted conflicts.

New collection highlights the significance of local peace processes

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A new collection of essays published by the British Academy offers insights into the role of local peace agreements in international peacebuilding.

'The war is starting a new chapter': Michael Semple speaks to BBC Radio 4 on the future...

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Afghanistan expert Michael Semple spoke to BBC Radio 4 about the future of the Afghan war, potential for continuing conflict and instability, and what life might be like under...

Help us support scholars and peacebuilders at risk in Afghanistan

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As the situation unfolds in Afghanistan, our thoughts and prayers are with all those in the country, and in particular our colleagues who have taken risks for peacebuilding and...

Rethinking approaches to peacemaking in Afghanistan

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The peace process in Afghanistan is at a crucial juncture. With international troops set to withdraw, peace talks resuming in Doha, and widespread reporting of Taliban territory gains, the...

Increasing the participation of women as peace mediators is essential for achieving...

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A new report by PSRP, Durham University, and UN Women examines ways to increase the number of women in high-level peace mediation positions.

Newest release expands PA-X data to 2021

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The PA-X Peace Agreements Database has been updated with new agreements covering the first half of 2021. With this release, PA-X remains the most expansive and complete online archive,...