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.
Since the fighting began, PeaceRep Sudan researchers have offered analysis and commentary on the emerging situation in the media, and through recent and forthcoming reports.
On the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement, PeaceRep legacy research offers reflections on key themes in the North Ireland peace process.
New courses drawing on PeaceRep’s research and data innovations will become available this year, designed for both University students and peacebuilding professionals.
PeaceRep has been recognised for its pivotal role in networking peace and conflict organisations, and supporting the establishment of digital peace processes.
The latest research reports from PeaceRep's Iraq team highlight short-term and long-term drivers of conflict and instability, along with opportunities for consolidating democracy.
Computing and data engineering services are enabling the PeaceRep team to build interactive web applications that presents and visualises peace process data.