Events

Seminars, discussions and more from PeaceRep consortium members.

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Review - When Peace Kills Politics: International Intervention in the Sudans

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Matthew Benson highlights the importance of economic considerations in understanding politics in war and peace processes.

Review - How to End Wars: Lawyering Peace in a Changing World

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A new book prompts the question: How will law and politics continue to work together in the context of new conflict dynamics?

Can political finance explain the different development stories in Ethiopia and Sudan?

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Differences in political finance have impacted on political settlements and, ultimately, on developmental trajectories.

Advancing Children’s Rights in Peace Processes: What Role for CommCRC?

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Engagement by the Committee on the Rights of the Child can contribute to protecting children's rights globally.

Constitutional Approaches to Decentralisation: WCMD IV, October 2022

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The fourth annual Women Constitution-Makers’ Dialogue focused on constitutional approaches to decentralisation.

Transitioning from Taxation without Representation in South Sudan

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Overlapping legacies of a revenue system describe South Sudan’s present, but need not be the template for the country’s future.

Changing characteristics of peace processes: New findings from the PA-X Database

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Dr Sanja Badanjak outlines new trends in peace agreements emerging from PA-X data, following the latest update to the database.

Informing Peacebuilding Policy with PeaceRep Research: September 2022

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Research Fellow Juline Beaujouan shared findings from Iraq and Syria with academics, policymakers, and civil society actors.

PeaceRep analysis cited in UN Secretary-General’s report on women, peace and security

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The UN's 2022 report draws on PeaceRep research to illustrate trends in women’s participation and inclusion in peace processes.

Fragmentation of Iraq’s ‘Protest Parties’ amid the Muhasasa System’s Resilience

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The rapid fragmentation of Iraq's "protest parties" attests to the dominance of the Muhasasa system.

Is a Peace Deal Possible With Putin?

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Responses to this question from panelists and participants at a recent private seminar have informed a new policy briefing.

Kenya’s Election Challenge: Addressing electoral grievances

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A constitutional and legal path to addressing grievances with Kenya's presidential election could strengthen democracy.