Technical & Policy Resources



Research and Reports by Nonviolent Peaceforce

  • Building Peace Changing Lives: Role and Participation of Women in Peace and Security in Myanmar, Philippines and Thailand | Philippines | March 23, 2021 This study, conudcted by Nonviolent Peaceforce Philippines in collaboration with the Canada Fund for Local Initiatices (CFLI). This study presents lessons learned and conclusions to highlight the significant gains of women peacebuilding and emphasize the need for concrete actions to implement and institutionalize WPS agenda in the three countries in particular and in ASEAN in general. 
    Link to the Report
  • Women Contributing to Peace | Myanmar | March 6, 2019
    The study, conducted Nonviolent Peaceforce in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), collected data from August 2018 to January 2019. The map, intended as a quick guide, lists 674 women from 383 organizations who contribute to peace building.
    Link: Electronic copies of the maps, along with additional information about women contributing to peace in Myanmar
    Link: Press release from U.S. Embassy in Burma

  • In Support of Ceasefire Monitoring. A Guide for Liaison Officers (Burmese) | Myanmar | September 2016 
    This handbook is designed and led by Nonviolent Peaceforce and includes the lessons learned from the courses provided between June 2015 and April 2016. During this time, Nonviolent Peaceforce conducted nine total trainings in collaboration with the Karen National Union (KNU); Shan State Rehabilitation Council (RCSS); and Pa-O National Liaison Officer, Liberation Organization (PNLO) Liaison Office.
    Link to the handbook

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