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19 April, 2019: Months of mass civilian protests calling for freedom and change have led to the military removing Sudan’s long time ruler of 30 years, President al-Bashir.
With more than 30 years’ experience working on peace and development in Kenya, this local says Positive Peace has potential to change things for the better.
Economists on Peace contributor Dr Anoop Swarup on the influence of faith on enlightenment and why we need a Global Non-killing Index.
12 April, 2019: Libya’s longstanding fragility has deepened, as fighting between two opposing governing forces raises new fears of war.
A look at successful programs increasing local levels of peace in a country dealing with its most violent year on record.
Peace has declined for the third consecutive year, according to the newly released Mexico Peace Index.
Understanding the dynamics that strengthen or strain a social system is key to forging stable peace, writes Jurgen Brauer.
The Sustainable Development Goals represent the growing recognition of the way violence and insecurity set back development.
Findings from the Global Terrorism Index are equipping professional police with facts.
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.