Data On Peace Agreements

Check out our updated PA-X sub-database with gender-specific provisions in peace agreements. This interactive digital CFR is a product of the Women and Foreign Policy Program of the Women and Foreign Policy Programme, which has broad support from the Compton Foundation. The project was informed by the leadership of a leading group of experts from governments, multilateral organizations, universities and the public sector, as well as consultations with negotiators and negotiators in past and ongoing peace processes. Peacemaker maintains a comprehensive database of contract texts and serves as a support tool for online mediation. A peace agreement is an official document, accessible to the public, established and agreed by some or all the protagonists of conflict, which deals with the conflict with a view to ending the conflict. What would the perfect peace process look like and what do the real peace processes look like? Our data cover peace processes and “agreements.” Find out how peace processes are evolving, chaotic. As a continuation of the PSRP collaboration with Dr. Jaume Nualart, we are pleased to present a second series of student work on PA-X data visualization. These projects were developed by students of the Data Science Master program at the Open University of Catalonia during the 2019-20-S2 semester.

Each project presents students` unique perspective on PA-X data, and we welcome you to explore their vision. This database examines the human rights aspects of power-sharing peace agreements in sub-Saharan Africa. Women`s political participation in the post-conflict situation reduces the risk of reoffending. The interactive data set defines the representation of women as the percentage of women in the national parliament (the average of the two houses, if a bicameral system) from January of the year indicated. This variable is based on data collected by the Inter-Parliamentary Union. Data from 355 peace agreements for the period 1975-2018. Uppsala Conflict Data Programme Peace Agreements dataset (ucdp.uu.se/downloads/index.html#peaceagreement) A mediator is a third party that helps two or more opposing players prevent, manage or resolve a conflict by helping them develop agreements acceptable to both parties. This definition has been adapted in the UN guide to effective mediation. In recent years, mediators have set up regional networks to share skills, cooperate and improve women`s participation in peace processes.

This is an example of an important peace process between 1992 and 2020, which was selected on the basis of data availability. For the peace processes from 1992 to 2012, the dataset contains most of the data on negotiators, mediators and signatories of the UN report on women women in Peace Negotiations: Connections Between Presence and Influence. For the peace processes between 2013 and 2020, WFP scientists gathered data on negotiators, negotiators and signatories, with the support of UN women and the UN Department for Political Affairs and Peace Restoration, as well as government and civilian officials. See below the data sources for some peace processes. [30] Women`s analysis of national and local action plans on women, peace and security. [42] United Nations Security Council (2020). Secretary-General`s report on women`s peace and security (S/2020/946), para. 85 Office of the Special Representative for Burundi, Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon/Office of the Special Representative for the Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1559, Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, United Nations Mission in Support of the Hudaydah Agreement, United Nations Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy for Central Asia, Office of the Special Representative for Myanmar and Representative for International Talks in Geneva; the latter three all have fewer than 10 professional staff.