Now in its third year, the Index is the world’s leading metric to identify the trends, impacts and underlying drivers of terrorism.
Developed by the Institute for Economics and Peace, and based on the Global Terrorism database aggregated by START at the University of Maryland, this comprehensive study of the impact of terrorism in 162 countries sheds light on key global trends in terrorism, and analyses its changing patterns over the last 15 years. Each event includes a panel discussion with policy makers and experts in the field. You can also join the discussion on twitter with #TerrorismIndex.
The more we understand about terrorism, the better we can counter it.
17 November 2015
Host and location, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Whitehall, London
Steve Killelea, Executive Chairman, Institute for Economics and Peace, will present the Global Terrorism Index. Dr Khalid Koser, Executive Director, Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF) will provide comments. The event will be moderated by Dr Andrew Glazzard, Director, National Security and Resilience, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI).
17 November 2015
Host and location: United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Washington DC
Does better data make for better countering violent extremism? Join us for a summary of the findings of the third edition of the Global Terrorism Index and a discussion on the challenges to developing a knowledge-based approach to preventing violent extremism.
19 November 2015
Host and location: Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), Maison de la Paix
As part of the Geneva Peace Week, GCSP will host the Geneva launch of the Global Terrorism Index with a panel exploring the key global trends and patterns in terrorism activity.
20 November 2015
Host and location: The Hague Institute for Global Justice, The Hague, Netherlands
23 November 2015
Location and Host, Royal Higher Institute for Defence, Campus Renaissance
RSVP (no later than 20 November)
24 November 2015
Host and Location: The Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), Library of the Chamber of Deputies
7 December 2015
Host and location: New York University Center for Global Affairs
Global Terrorism: What the Data Says (and What it Leaves Out)
Vision of Humanity is an initiative of the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP). IEP have offices in New York and Sydney. For more specific inquiries related to the peace indexes and research, please contact IEP directly.