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MACEDA: A new events data set on the self-determination conflict between the Mapuche indigenous group and the Chilean state (1990-2016)
Self-determination (SD) disputes are some of the most common conflicts in the world. While the literature has mainly focused on the most...
Published by: Institute of Development Studies
Estimates suggest that by 2030, about half of the world’s poor will live in contexts of fragility, conflict and violence, all of which...
The Malian Action-Research Institute for Peace (IMRAP) in partnership with Interpeace, the Institute for Development Studies and...
Published by: Institute of Development Studies and The Impact Initiative
Legislation seeking to address violence against women has grown in recent years – at least 144 countries now have laws on domestic...
Nigeria’s Plateau State has been the scene of inter-community violence since the 1990s, involving several clashes in the city of Jos that took many lives within a matter of days. Between 1997 and 2014 different Commissions of Inquiry (COIs) were established to investigate specific episodes of violence and come up with recommendations to resolve the violence. Recommendations were rarely, if at all, followed. Specifically, the recommendation to the government to investigate and prosecute perpetrators and instigators of violence has not been implemented.