Global Peace Index 2023
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Positive Peace Society of Hiroshima University in partnership with IEP will deliver Positive Peace training for Hiroshima University students and faculty members on 4 & 5 March 2024 at Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan. Positive Peace can be viewed as creating an optimal environment in which human potential can flourish. IEP’s Positive Peace training aims to provide participants with a thorough understanding of the Pillars of Positive Peace and empower them to go back to their communities as agents of change. Participants will gain knowledge in the concept of Positive Peace, analyse the strengths and weaknesses of their system and collaborate to design projects or policies that address their identified needs. IEP Partnership Development Manager Patricia Garcia will facilitate the Positive Peace training in collaboration with the Hiroshima University Positive Peace Society.
The Global Terrorism Index is the most comprehensive resource on global terrorism trends and uses multiple factors to calculate its score, including the number of incidences, fatalities, injuries and hostages, and combines it with conflict and socio-economic data to provide a holistic picture of terrorism. Join IEP's Founder & Executive Chairman Steve Killelea, Director of Partnerships Lea Perekrests, and Associate Research Director Thomas Morgan as they unpack the key findings of the report, along with time for a Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
In an era defined by novel crime forms, evolving societal dynamics, and ever-looming security threats, police forces find themselves compelled to reevaluate their operational directives. They must forge ahead, staying one step ahead of criminals who grow increasingly cunning. The Resilience Conference will unite senior police leaders, and security experts from around the world, as we collectively underscore the changing landscape of potential threats posed by next-gen weapons. IEP Founder & Executive Chairman Steve Killelea will deliver the Opening Keynote - Delivering sustainably better outcomes using Positive Peace.
Join IEP's Founder & Executive Chairman Steve Killelea as he unpacks the key findings of the report, along with a high level panel discussion on the report's key findings and the state of terrorism in 2024. The Global Terrorism Index is the most comprehensive resource on global terrorism trends and uses multiple factors to calculate its score, including the number of incidences, fatalities, injuries and hostages, and combines it with conflict and socio-economic data to provide a holistic picture of terrorism. Additional guests to be confirmed.