Shared Information


Everyone can see the background political and social information essential for any agreement posted on a public website.

Shared information means each stakeholder can easily access much of the information they need to negotiate solutions. Shared information also enables prime actors to embed their agreements in local political, legal, and economic systems, and local culture.

Every 4 months, end-of-round data are made available in a simple format on a public website in English and the dominant language of the country. 

The data includes: 

  • Prime actors and the influence and motivations of each.

  • Threats to the country that might disrupt an agreement.

  • The political capacity of the society to provide outside enforcement for agreements—and how to build informal networks of support for agreements. 

  • The resilience of the society, its ability to support and sustain agreements even in times of stress and strain—to aid plan better and lower risk.