2015 Global Peace Index Events


The 2015 Global Peace Index will be released on the 17th of June with a series of events around the world. For those who can’t make it to an event in person, join us online as we reveal the results on the interactive Global Peace Index map, have a discussion in the Twittersphere with the tag #PeaceMetrics and share with you videos and infographics.

London

Is the world becoming more peaceful? What are the main factors that build peace and how can we prevent violence in the future? Steve Killelea will answer these questions and more in his presentation about the 2015 Global Peace Index at King’s College.

Want to ask questions to our panellists at the London launch, but won’t be there in person? Tweet it to us with the hashtag #PeaceMetrics

Host and Location: Kings’ College, London.     Time and Date: 17th June, 6:30pm-8pm

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Washington D.C.

What is the state of global peace in 2015? What are the main threats to peace and what are the implications of these trends for foreign policy and aid interventions? We’ll discuss this and more at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Host and Location: CSIS, Washington, D.C.     Time and Date: 17th June, 9:30-11am    RSVP

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New York

What is the state of global peace in 2015? Alongside a presentation of the latest results of the Global Peace Index, the discussion will address the threats that drive global conflict, the drivers of peaceful societies, and their implications for policy planning. The event is focused on understanding peace and resilience systems.

Host and Location: United Nations, New York City.     Time and Date: 18th June, 3:30-5pm    RSVP

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Denver

The 9th annual Global Peace Index will be released in Denver with a panel discussion that will explore recent trends in militarisation, safety and security, and ongoing conflict

Location and Host: Denver, The One Earth Future Foundation. Time and Date: 23rd June, 9-11am

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Oslo

What are the structural drivers of peace? What are the implications of measuring peace for policy-making? The ninth annual Global Peace Index will be released in Oslo on 19 June. Join us for a workshop with small panel of experts to discuss the findings of the report.

Location and Host: Oslo, International Law and Policy Institute     Date 19 June, 11.00-13.00

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Brussels

What is the state of global peace in 2015? What are the main factors that build peace and how can we prevent violence in the future? Steve Killelea will present the 2015 Global Peace Index in Brussels on 22 June.

Location and Host: Brussels, Chair of World Politics of the Royal Military Academy in cooperation with the Royal Higher Institute for Defence, Friends of Europe, the Euro-Atlantic Association of Belgium, the Global Governance Institute and the Atlantic Treaty Association

Date 22 June, 18.3o- 21.00pm

Presentation: 

Steve Killelea, Founder and Executive Chairman, Institute for Economics and Peace

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Geneva

Is the world becoming more peaceful? What constitutes a peaceful nation?  Join us for a discussion of the latest results from the ninth annual Global Peace Index. 

Location and Host: Geneva, Geneva Centre for Security Policy     Date 26 June, 10:00-11:30am

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