Innovative Peacebuilding in Syria: a scoping study of the strategic use of technology to build peace in the Syrian context (June 2016)
In January 2016, the British Council commissioned Build Up to map current peacetech initiatives responding to the Syrian crisis and consider options for future work using technology for peacebuilding and development. This report outlines the outcomes of the research, represents the first and only such mapping to date.

Uses of ICTs for EU Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding (March 2016)
Build Up is part of the Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding research project. This report is a first scoping study, produced jointly with colleagues at the London School of Economics.

Build Peace Database
The Build Peace Database aims to document uses of information, communications, networking and gaming technologies in peacebuilding programs around the world. Projects are categorised by the peacebuilding program area they fall into and by the function that technology plays in the project. Build Up is the curator of this database, which is currently in alpha.

Participatory Video for Peacebuilding: A Guide for Practitioners (March 2015)
This guide provides advice, exercises and notes for practitioners who wish to use a participatory video methodology to enhance the resilience and peacebuilding capacities of conflict affected communities.

Building on Open Data and Information Technologies: The Future of Resources, Narratives and Collective Intelligence for Development (January 2015)
Build Up Co-Directors Helena Puig Larrauri and Rodrigo Davies outlined their vision on the future of development assistance in this essay that was one of the winners of the Next Horizons Essay Contest 2014, which was held by the Global Development Network in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Nigeria Special Report: Early Warning & Early Response in Plateau State (September 2014)
Build Up and PeaceTech Lab partnered on two workshops with participants from Jos, Nigeria (Plateau State) to identify gaps in existing early warning and early response (EWER) systems and to look for potential entry points to support groups working in this area.