Language of Peace, University of Cambridge (www.languageofpeace.org/#/) UCDP began collecting information on persistent violent conflict in the 1980s.  It became clear that more systematic and comprehensive data on armed conflict was needed to conduct research on the expanding academic discipline of peace and conflict research. This database examines the human rights aspects of power-sharing peace agreements in sub-Saharan Africa. This tool allows mediators and authors to have access to more than 1000 agreements to compare and compile language on key topics. This compendium aims to include the full-text agreements signed by the main parties to the dispute in order to put an end to international and internal conflicts in the world since 1989. It was last updated in 2009. Pa-X Gender contains agreements with provisions relating to women, gender or sexual violence. It contains useful information on peace processes, agreements and conflicts in Spanish, English and Catalan. Uppsala Conflict Data Programme Peace Agreements dataset (ucdp.uu.se/downloads/index.html#peaceagreement) This is a series of reports on specific peace processes that contain very useful information on resources and information on each conflict and peace process, as well as texts of peace agreements. Peace Accords Matrix, University of Notre Dame (peaceaccords.nd.edu/) Peacemaker, United Nations (peacemaker.un.org/) Full texts for most peace agreements are available here (or via links in the recording). Dataset of 355 peace agreements for the period 1975-end of 2018. A database containing nearly 40 „comprehensive“ peace agreements containing detailed codifications and information on the implementation of all important provisions over a period of 10 years. Antwerp African Peace Agreement Database (www.uantwerpen.be/en/research-groups/law-and-development/research-program/human-rights-peace-and-justice/african-peace-agreement-database/) UCDP continuously operates and updates its online database (UCDP Conflict Encyclopedia), an interactive database that provides a system for viewing, manipulating and downloading data on armed conflict and organised violence free of charge.
 The website provides information on different aspects of armed conflict such as conflict dynamics, groups, actors, third-party participation, as well as conflict resolution and peace agreements. . . .