News & Data
Economist on Peace contributor, Juan Vargas, on the surprising environmental outcomes that followed the FARC peace agreement.
Data availability remains a significant issue when measuring the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 16.
Research by the Institute for Economics & Peace analyses data to understand changing levels of peace around the world.
On International Women’s Day, we investigate the case for better data in order to track and measure progress toward achievement of the SDGs.
After the political uprisings, states across the Middle East and North Africa have been pouring money into certain areas of their economies.
A recent workshop brought together a dynamic group of community leaders to consider ways to build and sustain peace.
The Institute for Economics & Peace is dedicated to analysing data to understand peace, developing the world’s leading metrics to quantify its value.
The programmes will train youth to build on Mexico’s high potential for Positive Peace.
The 2018 Winter Olympics was an important catalyst for dialogue between the Koreas and is propelling a growing global peace forum forward.
States and small islands in the Pacific face a different set of development challenges.
The recently published SDG16 in the Pacific report sheds light on the unique path to sustainable development in the Pacific Islands
A United Nations report has indicated the terror group has new plans for the Middle East.
Growing constraints on press freedoms and independent information flows could be signalling an oncoming decline in peace.
In the wake of the FARC peace accord, addressing peace at a subnational level will equip young leaders to affect real change in their communities