Dr. Kathryn Nash of the PSRP spoke about the use of PA-X Peace Agreements Database for informing international policy-making at a recent knowledge exchange event.
PSRP Postdoctoral Research Fellow Dr Kathryn Nash attended the UK-Australia Knowledge Frontiers Symposium from 10-11 November 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. The Symposium brought together early career academics from the United Kingdom (UK), Australia, and the Pacific to discuss questions around the theme of the ‘The Future’ and the co-production of knowledge.
On November 8 and 9 2019, the Social Change Initiative in partnership with Conciliation Resources and the Political Settlements Research Programme hosted a conference on the role of the media in deeply divided societies.
On 1 November 2019, the Political Settlements Research Programme welcomed its first group of Student Fellows at Edinburgh Law School.
Research by the Political Settlements Research Programme has informed a new report from the UN Secretary General on Women, Peace and Security.
On 24 and 25 October, the first women constitution makers dialogue brought together women from around the world to share their experiences of constitution-building in a range of countries and contexts.
On 9 October 2019, the Political Settlements Research Programme and the Austrian Study Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution hosted a Joint Analysis Workshop on local peace processes at the British Academy in London.
The Political Settlements Research Programme has launched a new PA-X Spotlight Gender Series of publications, which are now available in English and Arabic.
A new article by Aisling Swaine of LSE and the PSRP completes the Gender Theme Special Issue of feminists@law, an open access journal of feminist legal scholarship.