This report looks back into the...Read More
Our Annual Report series looks back into the year and describes what we have accomplished with our Partners in conflict and post conflict settings.
Since 1996, The Peace Centre has researched and documented the critical yet often-neglected experiences and perspectives of women in conflict and post-conflict We are committed to making information available for women to influence decision making in peace process. Our research has been conducted
in 27 countries including 15 countries in Africa.
Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Women, Peace and Security
In 2021, The Peace Centre in...Read More
Election-Related Conflict and Violence in Uganda
An election free of violence, intimidation,...Read More
The Peace Centre’s policy briefs synthesize research findings, analysis and policy recommendations on key areas around women in peacebuilding contributing to sustainable peace.
Putting Women at the Centre of South Sudan’s Peace and
On 23rd February 2023, the African...Read More
Women’s Perspectives on the Establishment of the Committee for Truth,
In April 2022, the Government of...Read More
The Peace Centre has produced 50 issues of the Women’s World Magazine sharing experiences of women in conflict and post conflict areas with the aim of highlighting the gendered nature of peacebuilding and the ways in which women exercise peacebuilding agency through a focus on their own voices and lived experiences. Women’s World continues to build a community of diverse contributors and readers that value activism and that understand feminist perspectives on peacebuilding.
How To Build Feminist Peace Using an Intersectional Perspective
We are excited to bring you...Read More
Accelerating Impact through Partnerships for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies
Women’s World 54 seeks to reflect...Read More
Other contributions on the body of Feminist Knowledge on Peacebuilding.
Leading Change; Young People’s Agency in Peace Building in Uganda
The Peace Centre is running a...Read More
Tracing Leadership Journeys of Alumnae of the Peace Centre’s Leadership
The Women’s International Peace Centre runs...Read More
SASA! Together An Activist Approach for Preventing Violence Against Women
SASA! Together is an activist approach...Read More
Championing A Culture of Peace: A Training Toolkit on Conflict
The Curriculum builds on lessons learned...Read More