The 2014 Global Peace Index will be released on the 18th of June with launch events in London, Washington D.C., Brussels, Berlin, Geneva, The Hague and New York City.
While we can’t quite tell you the results are yet, we can tell you that this year our analysis will focus on identifying countries most at risk of instability and conflict; it will explore the institutions that underpin peaceful societies, and look at the link between conflict risk, resilience and peacebuilding institutions.
Daniel Hyslop, Research Manager for the Institute for Economics and Peace, says he is excited about this year’s Global Peace Index findings, and that we can expect to see some startling results.
The research that we are producing is a large step forward in assessing risk and opportunity for peace and conflict. The 2014 Global Peace Index report provides a powerful means of objectively quantifying current knowledge around the structural drivers of peace, information which is crucial for business leaders, development practitioners, governments and civil society.
To stay up-to-date with the very latest on the 2014 Global Peace Index, be sure to follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, connect with us on LinkedIn and failing that, just keep visiting Vision of Humanity for updates. Between now and the launch date we will be keeping you updated with news, information and a few sneak-peeks into our findings.Related Articles
The 2013 Global Peace Index report analyses the state of peace around the world, identifying trends in violence and conflict, as well as the key drivers of peace.
The 2013 GPI video explores peace around the world over the last year, and identifies the most peaceful and least peaceful countries.
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