Over the past 18 months the Kroc Institute has established a new program in Colombia, the Barometer Initiative, to apply the methodology from the Peace Accords Matrix project to the challenge of contemporaneous monitoring of the Colombia Peace Accord. The following three articles present the Peace Accords Matrix methodology and the Barometer Initiative, while also assessing the implementation of the Colombian peace accord in a comparative context.
New posts in the October 2017 issue of Peace Policy:
David Cortright and Laurel Stone present the Peace Accords Matrix Barometer Initiative as a tool for verifying implementation of the Colombian peace accord. More »
Madhav Joshi and Jason Quinn review the progress of implementation of the Colombian peace accord from December 1, 2016 – August 30, 2017. More »
Borja Paladini and Carolina Naranjo discuss the unique presence of transversal themes in the Colombian peace accord. More »
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