Launched in February 2013 and funded by the Canadian IDRC for two years, this collaborative research IPS project aims to examine the conditions for inclusive political settlement following protracted armed conflicts. A specific focus of the project is on former armed power contenders turned state-leaders. The IPS project aims to inform national and international policy-makers on effective practices for enhancing participation, representation and responsiveness in post-war state-building and governance. It is carried out in cooperation with partner institutions in Colombia (the project coordinators), Germany (the research coordinator), El Salvador, South Africa, South Sudan, Aceh/Indonesia and Nepal.

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