The Peace and Conflict Resolution Evidence Platform (PeaceRep) is a North-South Consortium of seven organisations conducting research focused on how peace processes attempt to revise political settlements to make them more inclusive, so as to end violent conflict.
Covid-19: Understanding the impact of the pandemic on forcibly displaced persons
Foreword By Betsy LippmanChief of the Development Partnerships, Research and Analytics Service at UNHCR The Covid-19 pandemic has left no corner of the world untouched. To cite just one […]
Managing multiple, intersecting crises
We are currently facing multiple, overlapping crises. Countries will need to build resilience to adapt to and recover from compounding shocks, especially in developing and fragile states. Vulnerable people and […]
Much has been learned from the Covid-19 pandemic around how the world can limit pandemic risks and respond more effectively. This will require ‘whole of government’ and ‘whole of society’ […]
Breathing Space: Could Humanitarian Ceasefires Support Covid-19 Healthcare Campaigns?
European Union External Action Service and the EU’s response to Covid-19: capacity, agility, effectiveness?
How is the peace and conflict nexus with Covid-19 shaping the responses of local actors and systems of local governance in Yemen?
Impact of Covid-19 on peace and conflict
Impact of Covid-19 on Peace Processes: South Sudan and Sudan
ربط الجهود: الجهات الفاعلة في مجال الصحة والمجتمع كرافعة للاستجابة المحلية في تعز وحضرموت ، اليمن
اوضح الجزء الأول من هذه الدراسة التي أجراها مركز اليمني للسياسات في ديسمبر ٢٠٢٠ خلال الموجة الأولى للوباء في اليمن، العوامل التي حالت دون قيام المؤسسات الأمنية بدور أكثر فاعلية […]
Pulling the Pieces Together: Health and community actors as levers of local response in Taiz and Hadhramaut, Yemen
The first part of this study, conducted by Yemen Policy Center in December 2020 during the first wave of the pandemic in Yemen, presented the factors that prevented security institutions […]
Art as a tool for local peace
“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 […]