DPI Legal Factsheet: Conflict Related Gender Based Rights

Our most recent factsheet on ‘Conflict Related Gender Based Rights’ which we have published to coincide with the upcoming , 15 year, anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security (31 October 2015).

The factsheet outlines what gender based rights are, how they are relevant to conflict and why there is an imperative need to implement existing rights as well as formulate new ones. We hope the factsheet serves as a refresher of the law on this area and encourages further research and investigation.

Roundtable Meeting: ‘Getting a Process back on Track – International Experiences’

The Democratic Progress Institute (DPI) will hold a roundtable meeting this weekend in Ankara, on the subject of ‘getting a process back on track’ in times of crisis. Invitees in this event include members of Turkey’s wise persons commission; some of Turkey’s most renowned journalists and media personalities; representatives from civil society including from women’s … Read moreRoundtable Meeting: ‘Getting a Process back on Track – International Experiences’

Process of Resolution: Gains and Dangers

This is an assessment report of recent events in Turkey by Vahap Coşkun.  It contributes to DPI’s ongoing evaluation of on-the-ground situation in Turkey with regard to the Kurdish resolution process. It is one of a number of assessments on this topic, undertaken by experts both in the region and internationally. Download Here [PDF] Download … Read moreProcess of Resolution: Gains and Dangers

Keeping a Peace Process on Track: A Comparative Study Visit Report 19th-23rd April 2015

This report details the discussion that took place during DPI’s Comparative Study Visit to Southern and Northern Ireland in April 2015. Participants in the visit included government advisors, policy makers, high level journalists and media personalities, academics and members of Turkey’s Wise Persons Committee. During the visit key actors from Northern Ireland’s peace process were … Read moreKeeping a Peace Process on Track: A Comparative Study Visit Report 19th-23rd April 2015