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?

This new report is the result of a two-year research project analyzing 17 cases of National Dialogues held between 1990 and 2014

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Briefing Note - Preventing Violence through Inclusion

Our Briefing Note on the role of inclusion in the prevention of violent conflicts is now available! 

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What's at Stake in a National Dialogue?

This workshop simulated the process design for a National Dialogue to better understand the factors and circumstances that govern whether they reach sustainable outcomes. 

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Preventing Violence through Inclusion: From Building Political Momentum to Sustaining Peace

This new report was commissioned as a research input to the UN-World Bank Prevention Study

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Video Brief - Key Findings on National Dialogues

In this two-minute animated video brief, discover the key findings from our report "What Makes or Breaks National Dialogues?"

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Women in Peace and Transition Processes

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The Case Study Series “Women in Peace and Transition Processes” examine the inclusion of women—defined as relatively organized groups, including delegations, civil society organizations, coalitions or networks—in different processes worldwide

CASE STUDY SERIES

Impact Local Peace Project

The Impact Local Peace project has been developed to support civil society actors and organizations to enhance their relevance and impact on inclusive peace processes. 

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Briefing Note - Making Women Count in Peace Processes in 4 languages

The Briefing Note on women's inclusion in peace processes is now available in Spanish, French, Arabic, and Russian!

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