Outputs are disseminated via multiple channels including lectures, seminars and practitioner briefings; succinct in-house publications targeting specific audiences; academic journal articles; longer contributions in its Studies in Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding book series (Routledge); online databases; and curriculum development for training modules.

The CCDP systematically seeks to promote knowledge transfer between research and practice, and between the global North and South.


In-house Publications


CCDP Working Papers

The CCDP Working Papers discuss some of the important findings of the research projects undertaken by Researchers and Research Associates at the Centre.

Issue Briefs

The CCDP Issue Briefs discuss important current events and research questions in a concise manner and suggest a range of entry-points for practicionners and decision-makers.


CCDP Routledge Studies in Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding Series


This series publishes innovative research into the connection between insecurity and under-development in fragile states, and into situations of violence and insecurity more generally. It adopts a multidisciplinary approach to the study of a variety of issues, including the changing nature of contemporary armed violence (conflict), efforts to foster the conditions that prevent the outbreak or recurrence of such violence (development), and strategies to promote peaceful relations on the communal, societal and international level (peacebuilding).

Other Publications


This section includes various outputs from CCDP projects, including journal articles and books.