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A new report explores the ways in which ICTs and the data they generate can assist international actors, governments, and civil society organisations to more effectively prevent violence and conflict.
Violent crime costs the UK economy more than £124 billion a year, equivalent to £4,700 for every household, according to the UK Peace Index.
The U.S. invaded Iraq 10 years ago last Tuesday.
On the 28th of March, US Program Manager at the Institute for Economics and Peace (the brains behind the Global Peace Index) will talk at a conference in Philadelphia about how we can measure peace.
UN Global Pulse, world leaders in the big data for development movement, collect a series of reports and conference highlights on big data.
Amnesty International have put together a beginners guide to the global arms trade treaty.
A new post on Insights on Conflict emphasizes the importance of a victims-based approach to peacebuilding.
A world where no child lives in extreme poverty or hunger could be a reality in less by 2030 if global leaders grasp a unique opportunity in the coming months.
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl who was shot by a Taliban gunman, and Bill Clinton are said to have made the 2013 list of nominees.