At Beyond peace, we document, research, observe and share findings and recommendations on best practice in upholding international norms.
Based on our field work as documented in other sections, and on research (with the Harvard project on Monitoring and Fact-finding; research on the Implementation of WPS agenda in the Arab with SDD/UN Women, etc.), we work with government officials and humanitarian professionals toward improved compliance with international norms and for non-violent resolutions.
We work with civil society in conflict -affected countries and in societies in transition: with Arab women through the Toledo international Centre for Peace (CitPax), with civil society and women’s organisations in Mindanao, in the Balkans with WIIS and the Belgrade Centre for Political Studies, with GPACC and many other networks around the world. (photo: meeting with NGOs in Patani, Thailand, Dec 2016).
We work with humanitarian professionals: the PHAP project, the ICRC, Institut Bioforce and the International Institute of Humanitarian Law, to contribute to the dissemination of a gendered approach to international norms and to upholding human dignity. (picture San Remo 2017)
To read our latest contribution to the Sanrmeo round-table: http://www.iihl.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Petrigh-2-REV.pdf
We share with government officials, security sector and civil societies our field observations and our recommendations. (on the picture, Workshop on SSR reform in Manila in 2012, with General Lina Sarmiento PNP, General Ferrer AFP, Father Calvo PAZ).
We work with the UK SU, with the UK PSVI, with the Malaysian peacekeeping centre and the Vietnam peacekeeping department. We regularly provide feedback to the EU institutions.