CDS provides a comprehensive and detailed database on conflicts and
conflict-related issues worldwide. It is a multifaceted resource, offering
the latest information on conflicts in specific countries,
thematic information as well as interdisciplinary
guides on how conflict affects and interacts with other issues and phenomena.
The CDS features an online database of peace
agreements from around the world.
The CDS offers an
extensive list of the various Academic Programs and Training Programs
in the field, as well as the organisations and institutes concerned
with the issues relating to conflict.
The CDS is aimed
at any with a professional background or general interest in conflict
research. Users include academics and others who are researching ethnic
conflict, - particularly those who live in conflict areas; policy makers,
especially in the United Nations system; mediation practitioners in
conflict areas; the media; students.
The CDS is reviewed and updated regularly, utilising local knowledge and regional or issue-related expertise on a given topic or location. Our newest CDS guides are listed below: