Violence generates substantial economic costs for individuals, communities and nations, in addition to social and political impact.
A century since the signing of the armistice that ended World War One, the world looks back at conflict and forward to peace.
The impact of homicides and interpersonal violence is equivalent to one-fifth of the global economic cost of violence.
Strong political institutions enhance a country’s resilience and support other improvements in Positive Peace. Timor Leste has been demonstrably successful.
Simply addressing the factors that led to violence in the past will not be enough to sustain peace. Improvements in peace require broader and more systemic strategies.
Community radio stations are a hopeful medium for improving the free flow of information in Colombia, especially in the poorest and most remote regions.
The synergy between self-identifying peacebuilders and social innovators is of statistical value, writes economists Topher McDougal and Jelena Starcevic.
In order to tell history through peace, rather than through war, we need to bring peacebuilding to the forefront of our rhetoric. A recognised definition is the next step.
Jude attended an IEP Positive Peace workshop, and then went on to build peace in his community by stimulating learning and school attendance.
Sultan Althari investigates how the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is employing a mix of ideological and technological counter-terror strategies.
This is the inaugural attempt to systematically evaluate the quality and completeness of homicide data in Mexico at a sub-national level.
Este es el intento inaugural de evaluar sistemáticamente la calidad e integridad de los datos de homicidios a nivel estatal en México.
As discussions of peace in the Korean Peninsula have been brought to the global headlines by the Summit with the North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un and President Donald Trump, the question of the future of the DMZ glares.