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This week sees over 300 young people from across the whole of Mexico come together for a two day workshop exploring Positive Peace.
We may be forgiven for describing our contemporary world as mired in a new dark age of extremism, writes Mansoob Murshed, Professor of Economics.
Extracting and leveraging Afghanistan’s mineral wealth for security and development goals is linked to a number of prerequisites, writes USIP’s Sadaf Lakhani.
Conflictive US-Chinese relations are a guarantee for continuing North Korean nuclear ambitions, writes Herbert Wulf for Economists on Peace.
Last week 16 young Libyans participated in the ‘Positive Peace and Libyan Youth’ course held in Tunis. IEP’s Serge Stroobants spoke to them about their expectations, upcoming projects and their hopes for the future.
Tunis, April 2017: Last week 16 young Libyans participated in ‘Positive Peace and Libyan Youth’; the course was delivered by the Institute for Economics and Peace, in partnership with the EU Committee of Regions and UNICEF.
On the 19th – 23rd of April, the Institute for Economics and Peace in partnership with the EU Committee of Regions and UNICEF, delivered a course on “Positive Peace and Libyan Youth”.
The capacity for the criminal justice system to dissuade criminality is undermined by the underlying socio-economic conditions…
The spread of organized crime, through links between criminals and corrupt public officials, increases insecurity.
El Índice de Paz México (IPM) 2017, elaborado por el Instituto para la Economía y la Paz (IEP), ofrece una medición multidimensional de la paz en México.
Identifying what works in peacebuilding, how to measure its impact and cost-effectiveness is essential to prevent violence and build peace.