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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 United Nations looks back on the challenges faced in 2012, including conflict, poverty, natural disasters, terrorism, climate change and human rights violations.
Another Africa as in its namesake, proclaims that another dimension to Africa exists. This new website is dedicated to promoting African art and culture.
How can we conceptualise, measure and realise sustainable peace when we don't study peace... we study war.
The third U.S. Presidential debate focused on foreign policy and saw the word ‘peace’ become a new catch-phrase for both candidates.
Former Australian Foreign Minister Gareth Evans writes for Chatham House about the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ doctrine, what happened in Libya and what this means for Syria.
A 15% reduction in Violence Containment Spending could generate 1.7 million new jobs.
To accompany the release of the IEP's latest report, Violence Containment Spending in the U.S., we have released a 'Prezi' (animated slide show) for teachers, tutors and presenters to discuss the cost of violence in the U.S.
The London Riots: What can we learn from how social media was used to do good in their aftermath?