The peacebuilding (PB) database is a unique electronic resource that brings together information and links on the range of instruments available to support relief, development, security and sustainable peace around the world. In addition, the database highlights the evolving practice of interagency coordination and holistic approaches to peacebuilding, as well as new research on contemporary armed conflict. The aim is to provide a comprehensive, multisectoral overview of the state of the art of peacebuilding to practitioners, policy makers and students working on these topics.
Within these major themes, you will find links to key research, policy and operational agencies, best practices, evaluations, and case studies. The database is constantly being updated and we welcome comments, suggestions or information on new sources that should be included.
The PDSP project makes every effort to ensure, but does not guarantee, the accuracy of the information on this site. Hyperlinks to other web sites imply neither responsibility for, or approval of, the information contained in those web sites.