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Conflict DatabaseThis database provides you an overview, further information, documents and other related materials on various conflicts world wide.
It is build up, fed and continuously updated by the members of the PECOJON Network.
We aim to maintain a high standard of quality and reliability of information as well as follow up contacts and sources for further verification.
If you have interesting information you would like to be added to this database or if you discover that any information in this database seem questionable, unbalanced or over aged please contact us immediately at conflictdatabase(at)pecojon.org.
Navigation in the Database
World Map and Conflict List
The conflict database is sorted by conflicts.
On the world map you can choose the area you are interested in or use the links below to access the conflict you want to study.
The Four Levels of Information
Under every conflict topic we provide you data on four levels.
| || Level 1: Overview, processed data, study time: about 30 minutes|
The first level offers data in a processed form.
Bio Data: Fact sheet on the conflict
Introduction: summary and rough overview on the conflict
Timeline: Historical overview about the past developments of the conflict
Conflict Map: A map covering the actors involved and their relationships to date
Actors list: List and short introduction of the key actors of the conflict
A Problem Tree: Giving an overview on main issue, root causes and effects of the conflict
Reporting Guide: A list of things to keep in mind when reporting about this conflict including a list of sensitive terminology
Contact: Some selected first and knowledgeable contacts to verify the information provided.
Level 2: Basic Understanding, processed data, study time 3-4 hours
The second level contains data for digging deeper into the conflict.
Here you find:
Upgrade: An intensified package of information from level one;
deepened, further analyzed and presented in a more comprehensive way
Analysis: Experts analysis of the conflict
Contact list of experts and sources for further investigation
The third level provides you
Level 3: Reference Materials for Further Investigation, unprocessed
Sources: Documents, articles, analysis and other materials related to the conflict, to allow you in depth study of the conflict.
Link list: a list of online links for further investigation
Literature list: a list of interesting literature about the conflict
Contact List: experts and sources for verification follow up, and intensifying the research on the materials provided.
Level 4: Further Related Materials on the Context of the Conflict, unprocessed
Level four covers any information that seems interesting or helpful for a deeper understanding
of the conflict, the parties involved, the cultural and sociological setting etc.
The content of level four might vary a lot depending on the situation, the available sources and what the feeding members see as important.
The fourth level can e.g. provide you
Sources: Documents, articles, analysis and other materials directly or indirectly related to the conflict and or the country or in any other way relevant for in depth study of the conflict.
Link lists: Online links regarding directly or indirectly related topics, sources etc
Literature list: a list of interesting literature about the countries involved etc
Links, Recommendations etc on e.g. travel information.
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