Preventing a State Collapse in the Pacific: 15 Years On

Australia’s little known other “intervention” of 2003 wasn’t in the Middle East with the world’s eyes watching, but an effort to prevent a state collapse closer to home.

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Sport: A Cost Effective Means of Refugee Inclusion?

Despite the increasing number of initiatives all over the world, the current situation highlights the lack of coordination between stakeholders.

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The 5 Countries that Improved Most in Peace

Four out of the five countries included are from sub-Saharan Africa. For 11 years, at least one sub-Saharan African country has been included in this list.

Global Peace Index: Released Today

Measuring peace in a complex world: The world is less peaceful today than at any time in the last decade.

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Data for Youth, Peace and Security

The IEP was invited to prepare an input brief for the Progress Study on Youth, Peace and Security, as commissioned by Security Council 2250.