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The report, which is officially launched at the Royal United Services Institute in London, is a comprehensive summary of the key global trends and patterns in terrorism over the last 17 years. Measuring 163 countries and covering 99.7% of the world's population, one of the principle aims of the Global Terrorism Index is to help us to understand the global, regional and local impact of terrorism. With this understanding we can inform a positive practical debate about the future of terrorism and importantly, how we respond.
This online community is a space for peacemakers from all over the world to engage, learn, work and strive towards a holistic Women, Peace and Security agenda. The aim of this community is to enable space and support the participants of GPPAC's advocacy group to share expertise and experience while at the same time highlight their achievements and value within the GPPAC network.
GPPAC's Gender Focal Points are portrayed and show their stand on the implementation of Women, Peace and Security. Further, resources are provided, success stories displayed and activities presented.
For more information visit Taking Women Beyond 1325.
The new and global Women, Peace and Security Index, developed by PRIO and the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security , launched at the United Nations during the 17th anniversary of UNSCR 1325 in New York.
The WPS Index is a major innovation that will bridge insights from gender and development with peace and security indices. It captures both peace and security and women's inclusion and justice for the first time. The first report, structured around three basic dimensions of women's well-being (inclusion, justice and security), ranks 153 countries and covers more than 98 percent of the world's population. It will be updated every two years.
A course that will equip you with knowledge and skills for assessing, engaging and convening multi-stakeholder partnerships and initiatives.
The study commissioned by the Civil Society Platform for Peacebuilding and Statebuilding (CSPPS) in collaboration with the Centre for Sustainable Development and Education in Africa (CSDEA) is a contribution to the global progress study on youth's positive contribution to peace processes and conflict resolution. The objective of the study was to document the role of youth-led and youth-focused conflict and extremism prevention approaches that are dynamic and promote peacebuilding.
Collaborative Learning Projects (CDA) is collecting case studies as part of a project supported by Humanity United: "Collective Impact for Peacebuilding: Testing a new model." The primary aim of this project is to document and learn from the experiences of collective impact efforts by formal and informal networks and consortia in peacebuilding to develop further insights about multi-stakeholder initiatives.
This joint study on the prevention of violent conflict — a first in the history of our institutions — was initiated in 2016 and conducted by a team of staff members from the United Nations and the World Bank Group, in a spirit of fostering closer collaboration to deliver at the country level. It reflects a process of research and intense global consultation aimed at providing ideas on how development approaches can better interact with other tools to prevent violent conflict.
The project "Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding", or WOSCAP aims at enhancing the capabilities of the EU for implementing conflict prevention and peacebuilding interventions through sustainable, comprehensive and innovative civilian means. You can visit the project website at www.woscap.eu