Explore our PA-X peace agreement database from 1990 to June 2021, searchable by category.
Explore our updated PA-X sub-database of gender provisions in peace agreements.
Explore our PA-X sub-database of geocoded local peace agreements from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Asia. Now updated to include agreements up to June 2021.
Explore the fully searchable ACPA database, with information on amnesty processes from 1990 to 2016.
Explore ceasefires declared during Covid-19 alongside live data on infection rates in country.
New PA-X release, covering agreements up to June 2021!
Ceasefires in a Time of Covid-19 was featured in The Lancet Infectious Diseases.
Check out the PSRP Covid-19 Resources tracker.
Read the PA-X story: Data for Peace.
PA-X research cited in the UN Security Council open debate on Women, Peace and Security.
Read our latest PA-X reports.
Explore global peace processes with our new interactive infographics.
Missed the PA-X Edinburgh launch? You can now watch 'The Inclusion Project: Human Rights Dilemmas in the Negotiation of Peace Agreements' here.
Praise for PA-X. See here for some notable endorsements.
What would the perfect peace process look like, and what do real peace processes look like? Our data captures peace processes as much as 'agreements'. Explore how peace processes unfold - messily.
See all our data in one 'space'. Not as complex as it looks - stay and play around with peace process patterns to get a quick visual sense of the scale of ALL our data - and how issues come to the fore at different stages of a peaces prcoess
Explore our interactive infographics illustrating our data from 30 years of peace processes around the world.
Explore PA-X publications.
Designed by Dr Jaume Nualart, this visualisation shows an overview of peace agreement types and their substantive content. By choosing different elements and issues, users can quickly understand the content of the PA-X peace agreements.
This interactive visualisation, designed by Dr Jaume Nualart, provides an overview of issues that are part of the PA-X search tools. As a visual representation of the PA-X codebook, it shows how issues are organized, and the types of issues that the PA-X team has found addressed in the data.
Explore the trajectory of the conflict in Yemen and connected national and local peace initiatives from 1990 on, in English or Arabic/عربى, in this interactive timeline. Follow links to PA-X. Descriptions of events and agreements drafted in collaboration with Yemeni researchers.
What can we learn from PA-X data? See how the students at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya used PA-X in their data visualisation assignments.
Explore peace agreements and the issues they address using an interactive map and timeline.
Our research results can now all be exported into this cool timeline format. This timeline has ALL our agreements chronologically, but you can export any search to a similar timeline format.
In continuation of the PSRP collaboration with Dr Jaume Nualart, we are happy to present a second round of students’ work on visualising the PA-X data. These projects were created by students in the Data Science Master’s programme at the Open University of Catalonia, during the 2019-20-S2 semester. Each project represents the student's unique view of the PA-X data, and we are happy to invite you to explore their vision.
Explore and compare how different processes unfold over time. Links to main documents and data.
This is now V4 of PA-X (previous releases can still be searched). PA-X is being continuously amended and updated to account for ongoing peace processes and new agreements. We are also continuing to update PA-X Gender and PA-X Local.
WATCH OUT FOR: a new inter-linked Amnesty database over the coming months. We welcome any feedback, comments, suggestions or new agreements. Get in touch at PoliticalSettlements@ed.ac.uk. Find us on Twitter @PolSettlements
More information about the PA-X database including codebooks and acknowledgements.
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For how to cite PA-X see here.