ICIP has five collections of books, co-published with different publishers, the monographic e-magazine Peace in Progress, and various research publications to disseminate the culture of peace among the citizens and the academic public.

Peace in Progress

The magazine Peace in Progress aims to be a tool for providing analysis, offering reflections, creating opinions and disseminating ideas, particularly promoted around the ICIP environment and similar centres. Apart from generating debate, it also wants to impact the field of ideas and action at a national, state and international level.

Book collections

Classics of peace and non-violence

This collection aims to facilitate the progressive implantation of the culture of peace and the consequent eradication of socio-political violence.

Eines de pau, seguretat i justícia

This collection aims to be useful support for people who feel committed to working for peace with varying degrees of involvement.

Peace and Security

Aimed at experts and practitioners in peace, security and conflict resolution, with a special interest in those working in Latin America.

Non-violence and the fight for peace

The titles of this collection provide society, academia and administrations with tools for reflection and action that show that nonviolence is desirable, viable and effective.

ICIP Research

Compilation of research activities on armed conflict, human security, conflict resolution and transformation, international relations, international law and peacebuilding.

Research publications

The ICIP Documents collection includes reports on seminars and public conferences organized by the institution within the different areas of work.


The ICIP Reports collection includes research already completed or studies commissioned by the institution itself on the different areas of work.

The Policy Papers series aims to provide a forum for the analysis of key issues related to public policy in the field of peace and security.

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