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Countries that experience Positive Peace deficits are more likely to deteriorate into states of violence.
British MPs returned to work this week after the Supreme Court ruled Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s bid to shut down Parliament was unlawful.
The Eurasian country of four million is showing a rapid rise Positive Peace.
Implementation of new multi-faith training courses on Positive Peace and the implementation of Positive Peace workshops for the world’s faithful.
Can corporate sustainability really assist with human rights, peace and development goals? Data-driven strategies can pave the way forward.
Floods, tsunamis and severe droughts – how do extreme weather events drive migration numbers?
To mark the International Day of Peace we look back at the last decade to see how far the world has come.
George Clooney’s investigative organisation has unveiled a report alleging links between corruption in South Sudan, global corporations and foreign governments.
Positive Peace can propel a process of change in developing societies that leads to sustainable prosperity and peacefulness.
Saudi Arabia is showing promise and improvement in Positive Peace.
Developing countries can often be conflict zones that also pose real kidnap risks for foreign businesses and workers.
What difference does Positive Peace make during a catastrophe?
This week, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan warned of “catastrophic” consequences in response to India’s actions in disputed Kashmir.