The Political Settlements Research Programme is assessing the impact of Covid-19 on peace and conflict dynamics in a series of expert surveys of peacebuilding experts across 20 countries.
PSRP researcher Dr Kathryn Nash has been awarded funding to study the responses of Global South regional and sub-regional organisations to the Covid-19 crisis.
PSRP Director Prof Christine Bell spoke with Laura Maxwell and Gary Robertson about the UN ceasefire call and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in conflict-affected regions.
PSRP is proud to welcome Dr Devanjan Bhattacharya as the new Train@Ed Postdoctoral Fellow.
The Political Settlements Research Programme is proud to announce the addition of 91 peace agreements from sub-Saharan Africa to its new PA-X sub-database: PA-X Local.
Call for submissions for a special issue on the theme of data visualisations and policymaking.
PSRP Director Prof Christine Bell is quoted in a recent piece by UN Insider on the growing support for global ceasefires during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Explore local peace agreements in Libya, Syria, and Yemen with our new visual map, based on agreements included in the PA-X Local Peace Agreements Database.
LLM graduate Margherita Distrotti outlines her work-based placement with the PSRP, and how working with the programme has built knowledge and skills that have helped her move into a prestigious internship after graduation.