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.
Join the PSRP for two Edinburgh events this autumn. Learn more about our research into global peace processes, gender perspectives in peace agreements, and women’s meaningful inclusion in peace processes.
On 20 September 2019, Dr Sanja Badanjak and Ms Laura Wise presented at the conference ‘Talking while fighting? The causes and consequences of civil war ceasefires and security arrangements’, hosted by the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) and ETH Zurich.
The Political Settlements Research Programme’s new PA-X Spotlight Gender Series of publications explores the opportunities and challenges for supporting women’s meaningful inclusion in peace and transition processes.
Two new PSRP reports explore the relationship between peace agreements and trust funds, and examine the lessons from the experience of trust funds in Northern Ireland.
The report draws on data from the PA-X database to examine how interstate agreements have been used to resolve internal conflict.
Political Settlements Research Programme Fellow Dr Kathryn Nash travelled to Abuja, Nigeria from 1-13 July 2019 to make connections with Nigerian universities and research institutions.
The Political Settlements Research Programme has produced a series of infographics illustrating key facts and recurring themes from peace processes from research into nearly 30 years of peace processes around the world.
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