Integrating Internal Displacement in Peace Processes and Peace Agreements

Peace Agreement Matrix: Comparative Uses of Guiding Principles

This Matrix is designed to give a comparative, country-by-country breakdown of various peace agreements and their applicability to, and incorporated use of, The Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement. It includes information such as the number of IDPs present at the signing of each peace agreement, the dates of those signings, and commentary notes regarding these agreements.

Peace Agreement Matrix: Comparative Uses of Guiding Principles (PDF)

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Country GP11 (right to dignity, freedom from torture, GBV, slavery, terror) GP12 (no arbit. arrest, conf., discrim. arrest, hostage) GP13 (no child/forced recruitment) GP14 (free movement) GP15 (right to seek safety, leave country, seek asylum, non-refoulement)
Afghanistan          
Angola          
Bosnia           
Bosnia          
Burundi       Article 26 (Clause 1)  
Burundi          
Cambodia          
Central African Republic          
Chad          
Congo          
Cote D'Ivoire          
Croatia          
Croatia          
Dem. Republic of Congo 22 (p. 59) "Considering"  22 (p. 59) "Considering"    22 (p. 59) "Considering"  22 (p. 59) "Considering" 
Djibouti          
Djibouti          
El Salvador          
Eritrea- Ethiopia          
Georgia (Abkhazia)          
Georgia (Abkhazia)          
Guatemala          
Kosovo       Ch. 7 (Art VIII) Framework (2.3)
Kosovo          
Liberia          
Liberia          
Macedonia          
Mali (Azawad)          
Mozambique          
Nepal 7.3.1; 7.6.1 7.3.2   7.3.3; 7.7.1 7.3.3
Niger          
Niger          
Philippines          
Rwanda          
Sierra Leone XXIV.2     XXIV.2 XXIII
Sierra Leone       5  
Somalia          
Sudan          
Sudan          
Sudan 1.6.2.3 and 1.6.2.4 1.6.2.2   1.6.2.14  
Sudan Art 21 (186); Art. 22 (214e); Art 23 (217); Art. 25 (236)     Art 21 (176. 214d) Art 21 (176)
Tajikistan          
Uganda