|Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire||Survey of 1,000 adults in Abidjan, published in 2014|
|Cambodia||Multiple studies - population-based surveys and survey of victim participants in trials at the ECCC|
|Central African Republic (CAR)||Many countries around the world are locked in a cycle of poverty, conflicts and destruction.|
|Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)||Continuous armed conflict and economic and political instability pose serious challenges|
|Liberia||Liberia’s civil war between 1989 and 2003 left hundreds of thousands dead, and many more affected by|
|Peacebuilding and Education - Burundi||Nationwide survey in Burundi, published in 2015|
|Peacebuilding and Education - Côte d'Ivoire||Nationwide survey published in 2015|
|Peacebuilding and Education - DR Congo|
|Peacebuilding and Education - Uganda||Nationwide survey in Uganda, published in 2015|
|Philippines||Cycles of displacements that have long affected Central Mindanao intensified during the first decade|
|Uganda||After more than 20 years of war between the government and the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA)...|
Effective peacebuilding requires an understanding of the nature and impact of violence on civilians, the drivers of this violence, and individuals’ priorities for peace and security.
Over the last 10 years, our research team has applied empirical methods of research to capture the experiences of violence and opinions and attitudes about peace and justice among survivors of mass violence in the Central African Republic, Cote d'Ivoire (Abidjan), Democratic Republic of the Congo, Liberia, Philippines, and northern Uganda.We have also examined the process of rebuilding a society and achieving justice long after the violence ended in Cambodia.
The results of these studies are presented here by country, with full access to the data through interactive maps. Cross-country comparison analysis and other multi-country analysis can be found in the publications section.