Research is at the heart of our work and identity. We conduct independent and commissioned research projects and use our results to advise various actors engaged in peace and political reform processes worldwide. Our research draws on a unique qualitative database of more than 40 case studies of peace and transition processes: the largest database of its kind to date.
- Factors contributing to the quality and sustainability of peace agreements and major political reforms
- Effective means of broader participation in peace negotiations
- Inclusiveness beyond peace negotiations
- Types of civil society actors and their roles in peace and transition processes
- Role of women’s groups
- Role of regional and international actors in peace processes
- Planning and evaluation of peace processes
- Process design, planning, and evaluation of peace processes
Map of Inclusive Peace Processes
This interactive map presents basic information on over 30 peace and transition processes that feature in IPTI’s ongoing collection of in-depth case studies on inclusive peace processes. It can be filtered according to process type, actors included, inclusion modality, and outcome.
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
Discover our reports, briefings notes, cases studies, infographics, and academic publications on a wide range of issues related to peace and transition processes
Database of inclusive peace and transition processes
IPTI maintains a qualitative database of more than 40 peace and transition processes, which provides the foundation for most of our research activities