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Global Peace Index
Measuring global peace and quantifying its economic value.
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Global Peace Index Aug 16
Country close-up: Ukraine on the Global Peace Index
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Global Peace Index Aug 16
Local government takes on Positive Peace to shore up social cohesion within a multicultural melting pot
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Global Peace Index Aug 16
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: The Institute for Economics & Peace and are extending their strategic partnership. After two years of successful collaboration, the organisations will continue their joint programs spreading Positive Peace around the world
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Global Peace Index Aug 15
Replying to @SteveBrant
In short, yes - we do measure military expenditure and spending on internal security. All of the information is in the actual Index which can be downloaded here:
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Global Peace Index Aug 15
We use data-driven research to show that peace is a positive, tangible and achievable measure of human well-being and development
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Global Peace Index Aug 15
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Global Peace Index Aug 15
🌳🌳🌳 In 2017, 61.5% of total people displacements were due to climate-related disasters, while 38.5% were caused by armed conflict. 🌳🌳🌳
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University of New York in Prague Aug 15
If you are looking for a safe country to , the is an excellent option to consider, according to !
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Global Peace Index Aug 14
We're hiring a Digital Marketing & Social Media Specialist! More information and to apply:
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Global Peace Index Aug 14
The five largest improvements in levels of peace in the Global Peace Index: 1 Ukraine 2 Sudan 3 Egypt 4 North Macedonia 5 Rwanda 163 countries:
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Global Peace Index Aug 14
We're hiring for two exciting roles — 1. Research Fellow 2. Digital Marketing & Social Media Specialist Apply: About the Institute for Economics & Peace:
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Global Peace Index Aug 9
Instability, climate change and conflict heavily impact international migration flows
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Global Peace Index Aug 9
This year, peacefulness improved for the first time in five years — however, the world remains less peaceful than a decade ago
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Global Peace Index Aug 9
🌳🌳🌳 In 2017, 61.5% of total people displacements were due to climate-related disasters, while 38.5% were caused by armed conflict.
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Global Peace Index Aug 9
Not sure what comes next in your career? We have joined with Blanquerna University, Barcelona to launch a Master's degree course in Peace, Conflict and Security Studies. Full details and to apply:
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Global Peace Index Aug 9
🌳🌳🌳 By 2050, climate change is estimated to create up to 86 million additional migrants in sub-Saharan Africa, 40 million in South Asia and 17 million in Latin America
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Global Peace Index Aug 9
Ten countries with the highest economic impact of violence: 1 Syria 2 Afghanistan 3 Central African Republic 4 North Korea 5 Iraq 6 Venezuela 7 Cyprus 8 Somalia 9 Colombia 10 El Salvador Discover rankings for 163 countries:
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Global Peace Index Aug 8
Chart of the week: Global militarisation levels improving
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Global Peace Index Aug 8
The most comprehensive data-driven analysis to date on peace, its economic value, trends, and how to develop peaceful societies. The Global Peace Index:
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Global Peace Index Aug 8
The impact of climate change on societal stability and its potential to lead to violent conflict is of growing importance
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