The programme provides students with the tools to analyse key issues in peace and conflict around the world, preparing graduates with the skills to forge a career as practitioners or researchers in the areas of conflict analysis, arms control, international security, conflict prevention, peace-making and peace-building.
The 19 G20 member countries and the EU account for 82 per cent of global military spending. Why is disarmament and arms control never on the agenda at the G20’s regular annual meetings?
The 2019 GPI reveals a world in which the tensions, conflicts, and crises that emerged in the past decade remain unresolved.
With a growing global network of ambassadors, the program affords an opportunity for individuals active in peace building to connect with one another through online platforms and develop a greater understanding of IEP’s work.
The United States suffers from the highest rates of gun violence in the high-income world. With an average of over 14,500 firearms homicides per year in 2017, the U.S. has a rate of gun homicide over 13 times that of Canada.
IEP undertakes Positive Peace Workshops across the globe in collaboration with organisations such as the Danish Refugee Council and Rotary International.
We take a look at Iran’s levels of peace in last year’s Global Peace Index report.
What we know about the surge in far-right terror attacks in the west over the last ten years.
Data from the Global Terrorism Index shows the rise of individual, unaffiliated terrorist attackers in the West.
A recent rise in far-right terrorist attacks could form part of a recurring trend of violence stemming back to the 1700s.
From computerised transport systems and energy grids, our modern-day infrastructure and industries are at risk.
After a long history of conflict, the impact of terrorism in Iraq is shifting.
IEP research shows a strong link between the existence of armed conflicts in countries and terrorist tactics.