The dataset was established in the framework of the project A Child of Its Time: The Impact of World Politics on Peacebuilding hosted at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation .
Sara Hellmüller is a senior researcher at the Geneva Graduate Institute and SNSF PRIMA Project Leader for the project "A child of its time: the impact of world politics on peacebuilding". Her research interests include norms in mediation and peacebuilding, the impact of world politics on peace missions, and local and international peacebuilding, particularly in Syria and DR Congo.
Rosalind Tan is a Ph.D. candidate in International Relations/Political Science at the Geneva Graduate Institute. Her research interests include discourse analysis, global normative order(s), and the political economy of peacebuilding.
Marie Lobjoy is the project coordinator of the Action Learning for Conflict Analysis (ALCA) initiative, funded by the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and conducted in partnership with OCHA and the UNHCR. She is also a Research Collaborator at the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP). Her research interests revolve around post-colonial theory, conflict analysis and military interventionism, with a focus on the Sahel region.
Bilal Salayme is a Ph.D. candidate in International Relations/Political Science at the Geneva Graduate Institute. He is interested in conflict dynamics, post-conflict peacebuilding, and political order formation.
Thanh Tran is a Lead Teacher and Web Developer at Le Wagon Paris. Le Wagon is a coding bootcamp, born in Paris and now active in more than 40+ countries. She likes to volunteer by coding in her freetime.
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The UNPMM is a database that codes the mandate tasks of all UN peace missions, including peacekeeping missions, special political missions, and special envoys/advisors, between 1991 and 2020.
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