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A new collection of essays published by the British Academy offers insights into the role of local peace agreements in international peacebuilding.
Afghanistan expert Michael Semple spoke to BBC Radio 4 about the future of the Afghan war, potential for continuing conflict and instability, and what life might be like under the Taliban.
As the situation unfolds in Afghanistan, our thoughts and prayers are with all those in the country, and in particular our colleagues who have taken risks for peacebuilding and inclusion of women.
A new report by PSRP, Durham University, and UN Women examines ways to increase the number of women in high-level peace mediation positions.
The PA-X Peace Agreements Database has been updated with new agreements covering the first half of 2021. With this release, PA-X remains the most expansive and complete online archive, database, and dataset of peace agreements.
“Local Voices at a Crossroads” is an article series in which local actors of everyday peace share their insights into the fragilities and resilience of their societies in the face of conflict. This series represents great potential to help understand local realities and make the case for enhanced support to local actors and peacebuilders.
The Ceasefires in a Time of Covid-19 Tracker was featured as a Lightning Talk Video at the event, as part of a collection of videos highlighting current research endeavors and calls for future innovation. In the talk, PSRP’s Dr Devanjan Bhattacharya introduces the tracker and its uses, and offers insights into how the tracker dashboard was developed by the PeaceTech team at the University of Edinburgh.
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