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Programme description
The Conflict and Peacebuilding Programme team studies and monitors armed conflicts, situations of tension, gender issues and peacebuilding. The programme analyses armed conflicts and crisis situations taking place in Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. In keeping with these thematic and geographical lines, the programme's activities include research projects, periodical and non-periodical publications, consulting, teaching, field research and awareness-raising.
One of the programme's most prominent publications is the yearbook Alert! Report on Conflicts, Human Rights and Peacebuilding, which has been produced since 2001. Alert! studies the most relevant events of the year in addition to the causes, dynamics, stakeholders and consequences of the main scenarios of armed conflict and socio-political tension in the world, thereby offering a comparative regional perspective, identifying global trends, issuing preventive warnings and reporting opportunities for peacebuilding. The programme's periodical publications also include the quarterly report Barometer, the monthly report Conflict and Peacebuilding Observatory, the quarterly report Gender and Peace and thematic reports as part of the Peacebuilding Papers series published by the School for a Culture of Peace (ECP).
Since 2009, the Conflict and Peacebuilding Programme has maintained a Database on Conflict and Peacebuilding aimed at spreading and deepening the analysis of international conflicts and peacebuilding. The Database provides information in Spanish and in English about armed conflicts, socio-political crises and peace processes and brings a specific gender analysis to contexts of conflict and tension.
The researchers of the Conflict and Peacebuilding Programme also perform consulting work, teach in various academic areas, including the ECP's Culture of Peace postgraduate programme, and cooperate with different media outlets to analyse current events.
Team
Josep Maria Royo Aspa
Josep Maria Royo Aspa

Jordi Urgell García
Jordi Urgell García

Pamela Urrutia Arestizabal
Pamela Urrutia Arestizábal

Ana Villellas Ariño
Ana Villellas Ariño

María Villellas Ariño
María Villellas Ariño