IPTI provides evidence-based inputs on peace and transition processes to international and local practitioners and policy makers.
WHERE WE ADVISE
Since its inception, IPTI has supported processes in Afghanistan, Syria, Colombia, Yemen, Ukraine, South Sudan, Sudan, Myanmar, Burundi, Philippines, Somalia, and Libya.
WHAT WE ADVISE ON
Inclusive peace processes, negotiation and political settlement >>>
The role of civil society in peace and transition processes >>>
The role of women in peace and transition processes >>>
Monitoring and evaluation >>>
The inclusion of peace and conflict issues into development and humanitarian action >>>
HOW WE ADVISE
We respond to requests for expertise in peace and transition processes through direct advice, facilitation, input papers, and provide access to a pool of experts
We produce briefing notes on specific peace processes relating to a diversity of actors, participation modalities in negotiations, and process design
We do capacity building of conflict mediation and mediation support institutions to further their ability to push for effective inclusion in peace processes
We draw on comparative evidence to analyse ongoing peace processes for their likelihood to achieve viable outcomes, and offer timely recommendations
We develop monitoring and evaluation systems, tools and methodologies and support the planning and evaluation of projects and programmes
We provide input into policy processes, e.g. Security Council, General Assembly or Human Rights Council debates, SDGs and UN High-Level Reviews