The UCDP/PRIO Armed Conflict Dataset is a joint project of UCDP and PRIO that records the 1946 armed conflicts that resulted in at least 25 combat-related deaths and at least one player is the government of a state. The data set is updated annually by UCDP.  A data set of all actors (including their full and alternate names), as they are available in the UCDP 20.1 version records. The dataset also contains information on conflicts and dyads in which the actors participated, as well as information on the origin and alliances of the groups. You`ll find full texts for most peace agreements here (or via links in the recording). Uppsala Conflict Data Program (UCDP) from the Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University and the Centre for the Study of Civil War at the Oslo Peace Research Institute (PRIO) contributed to the development of a dataset on armed conflict, both internal and external, between 1946 and today. This data set contains information on certain start and end dates of conflict activities and notification opportunities for each conflict episode. The data is available as a conflict level dataset corresponding to the UCDP/PRIO Armed Conflict Dataset v4 – 2015, and as a Dyad-level dataset corresponding to the UCDP Dyadic Dataset v1 – 2015. An annual actor data set containing information on deliberate attacks on civilians by governments and formally organized armed groups. The latest version 20.1 is.
An event data set covering all third-party actions during low-intensity Dyad intra-governmental years during the 1993-2004 period. The data set contains information about the date of each event. B, the name of third parties, the total number of third parties, the type of action, the theme of the presentations, etc. A data set containing all third-party interventions in conflict dynasties in Africa between 1993 and 2007. The data set is heavily disaggregated, the objective of analysis being the day of intervention Dyad third responder. For each third-party intervention, a significant number of variables are collected. These include the identity and nature (State, IGO, NGOs, etc.) of the stakeholders, the nature and subject of the intervention and the recipients of the intervention (whether the government, the rebels or both parties).