The latest issue of the Pathways to Peace and Security journal features an article by Dr Sanja Badanjak reflecting on the development of the PA-X Peace Agreements Database, along with articles that describe other relevant datasets for peace and conflict studies.
on 24 November, Yemeni artists Shatha Altowai and Saber Bamatraf, along with PeaceRep researcher Dr Juline Beaujouan, launched an art exhibition that offers insights into the role of art as a tool for local peace.
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 Ireland.
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.
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 (Cambridge 2020).
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.
The Secretary-General’s report on women, peace and security draws on PSRP data and analysis to illustrate trends in women’s inclusion in peace processes.
We’re hiring for two six-month posts: a Peace-Research Data Engineer, and a Research Fellow in Interactive Data Visualisation.
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