IPRA Policies


IPRA Communications Policy

IPRA Communications Policy is a guideline for all IPRA personnel and members on the Association’s internal and external communications with the objective of protecting the integrity of both IPRA and its members on the same.  Read More

IPRA Privacy Policy

The IPRA Privacy Policy is a legally-required document which discloses what personal data IPRA collects from its website’s visitors, how the data are collected, how the data are used, and other privacy practices. Read More

IPRA Statutes

Established in December 3, 1964 the International Peace Research Association (IPRA) is a voluntary non-profit international scientific association of researchers and educators. It’s purpose is to advance research into the conditions of peace and the causes of war and other forms of violence. Read More

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