NYU Wagner's Office of International Programs
8 December 2020
12:00pm to 1:00pm Eastern Standard Time
You are invited to an online event discussing the latest data from the soon-to-be released Global Terrorism Index 2020 edition.
Produced by the Institute for Economics and Peace, the Global Terrorism Index (GTI) provides a comprehensive summary of key global trends on terrorism and its economic impact. This critical information assists those looking to understand the complex dynamics of terrorism—especially how it changes over time—and helps governments to design policies and programs that best mitigate violent extremism, as well as dispel myths about terrorism and highlight real global threats.
On December 8, join New York University Wagner's Office of International Programs and the Institute for Economics and Peace for a presentation on the key findings of the eighth annual GTI and a discussion on how data can help shape counterterrorism policy. Panelists include:
Michael Collins, Executive Director, Americas, Institute for Economics and Peace
Dr. Colette Mazzucelli, New York University
Sara Cliffe, Director, NYU Center on International Cooperation