The theme of the conference is 'Global (De-)Fragmentation? Consequences for Peace and Conflict Research and Practice'.
Mateja Peter contends that the co-optation of UN peacekeeping has compromised human protection, which has been accelerated due to global fragmentation.
This paper recommends support for civil society efforts to target corruption multilaterally in the context of Iraq's current political system.
This report describes the application of sentence-level semantic similarity technology for analysis of peace process documentation.
PeaceRep accepted the RSE Mary Somerville Medal on 22 November 2023 for outstanding achievement in teamwork and collaboration.
This report examines security sector reform in Ukraine and assesses the country's future security needs both during the current conflict and afterward.
Join us for the launch of ‘Vulnerability and Resilience to Violent Extremism: An Actor-Centric Approach’ and explore the intricate web of societal dynamics surrounding violent extremism.
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.
This book examines the actors that shape societal dynamics leading to, or preventing, violent extremism from taking roots in their communities.
Maggie Beirneteaser - profiles, events, posts
Maggie Beirne is a human rights practitioner and Chair of PeaceRep's International Advisory Board.
Caleb Gichuhiteaser - profiles, events, posts
Caleb Gichuhi is Africa Lead at How to Build Up and a member of PeaceRep's International Advisory Board.
Professor Roger Mac Gintyteaser - profiles, events, posts
Roger Mac Ginty is Professor in Defence, Development and Diplomacy at Durham University and a member of PeaceRep's International Advisory Board.
Sophie Stevensteaser - profiles, events, posts
Sophie Stevens is Conflict Research Lead at the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and a member of PeaceRep's International Advisory Board.
This paper explores the need to reform the higher education system in Iraq to guarantee its independence and address the structural crisis.
This policy paper uses open-source software to examine surface water changes in the Euphrates-Tigris Basin from 1984–2015
This paper examines the rise of and the recent opposition to Iraqi parliament speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi.
This policy brief shares key findings on perceptions of peace from a series of national opinion polls in South Sudan between 2021 and 2023.