Inclusive Peace & Transition Initiative

Supporting peace processes through comparative evidence

IPTI aims to support sustainable peace by providing expertise on the inclusion of diverse actors in peace and transition processes

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What Makes or Breaks National Dialogues?

What are the common features of National Dialogues? Under which conditions have they led to sustainable transitions? This new Briefing Note presents key findings of the National Dialogues research project


Marching For Peace: Can Women Revive the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process?

This event explored the origins and impact of an emerging movement of Israeli and Palestinian women exerting pressure on conflict parties to reach a political agreement


Third National Dialogue Conference in Helsinki

From 5 to 6 April, IPTI will take part in a conference organized by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland to discuss interests and opportunities in play in dialogue processes worldwide

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IPTI a partner of UN Women’s program “Enhancing Women’s Leadership in the MENA Region”

Over the next three years, IPTI will partly implement this program through a USD 1.4 million project

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Report "Making Women Count - Not Just Counting Women" in French Spanish and Russian

Our report assessing women's influence on peace negotiations, is now also available in Spanish, French and Russian


Civil Society’s Role in Monitoring and Verifying Peace Agreements: Seven Lessons from International Experiences

A comparative study of civil society’s monitoring and verification activities in recent decades