Data On Peace Agreements

Explore peace agreements and the issues they raise using an interactive map and timeline. Peacemaker has a comprehensive database of contractual texts and serves as a support tool for online mediation. It is a series of reports on specific peace processes that contain very useful information on resources and overviews of each conflict and peace process, as well as texts of peace agreements. This database examines the human rights aspects of power-sharing peace agreements in sub-Saharan Africa. It contains useful information on peace processes, agreements and conflicts in Spanish, English and Catalan. This compendium aims to include the full-text agreements signed by the main parties to the dispute in order to put an end to international and internal conflicts in the world since 1989. It was last updated in 2009. For peace processes between 2013 and 2020, WFP scientists collected data on negotiators, mediators and signatories to important peace agreements and peace negotiations, with support from UN Women, the UN Department of Political Affairs and Peace and other government and civilian representatives. Sources also include scientific work, news articles and non-governmental reports. You will find the different data sources below. Unless otherwise stated, the source of the signatory data is the PA-X Peace Agreements database, which uses the variables “parties” and “third party”.

Pa-X Gender contains agreements with provisions relating to women, gender or sexual violence. Explore the unfolding of the conflict in Yemen and related national and local peace initiatives from 1990 on, in English or Arabic/عررى in this interactive timeline. Follow the links to PA-X. Description of events and agreements developed in collaboration with Yemeni researchers. WFP scientists only counted the names of people who signed a document to calculate the percentage of female signatories. WFP scientists excluded, as data points, signatories who were identified only as a generic group and not as an individual signed on behalf of the group (e.g. B “representatives of the African Union”). The “Inaccurate” data point in the interactive dataset indicates that there were no signatories; This could be because the agreement has not been formally signed or peace negotiations have not been concluded in an agreement. The “No data” item indicates that no signatory data is available. Explore and compare how different processes evolve over time….

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