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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Infographic Series: Women’s role in peace & political reform processes

Our 5 first infographics are out! Discover at a glance how women have influenced the peace processes in the DRC, Guatemala, Nepal, Somaliland, and Kenya!

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Yemeni Women Peacebuilders, Working against the Odds

In the face of conflict, a group of women formed the Yemeni Women Pact for Peace and Security in 2015. IPTI supports the Pact as part of a project aiming at enhancing women’s leadership in MENA. 


Women Mediators Networks: Why Now?

Recent years have seen the emergence of a number of networks bringing together women with a wealth of experience in peacemaking. But, why now?


Briefing Note - Preventing Violence through Inclusion

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


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

IPTI - Ongoing series

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



A range of terms is gaining ground in the peacebuilding literature as it moves towards more inclusive approaches to the prevention and resolution of violent conflict. This glossary provides short definitions of notions used in the context of inclusive peace and transition 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!