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How much change should we really expect in global terrorism patterns and anti-terrorism after the demise of the physical core of ISIL in Syria and Iraq?
The annual event provides a forum for peace experts and advocates to collaborate, and discuss IEP’s latest research in the peace data field.
Data on the foreign nationals who left their home country to join the caliphate.
Calculations on the global economic cost of violence have been peer-reviewed and published for the benefit of scholars and researchers.
Are we witnessing the fall of ISIL and the decline of a global terrorist organisation?
The measles has killed nearly 5000 people this year in the DRC, with close a quarter-of-a-million cases reported.
The last five years has seen an increase in far-right terror attacks in western countries.
The global number of deaths from terrorism is down, but the number of countries affected by terrorism is growing.
Future levels of peace in any country depend on the levels of Positive Peace today.
More than a month after protests erupted in Iraq, the death toll has risen to above 300 people.
What can Positive Peace tell us about social movements and civil resistance campaigns?
An interfaith coalition and the world’s leading peace data think tank will work together to spread Positive Peace.
China rises in the world, and on the Positive Peace Index.
Positive Peace provides a framework for assessing a country’s ability to adapt to unpredictable economic, social and environmental shocks.