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Is religion the main cause of conflict today? New report answers 5 key questions on the link between peace and religion.The Institute for Economics and Peace has just released a new report that debunks common myths about the link between religion and peace. Given how much news coverage focuses on religiously motivated violence, we saw it necessary to undertake a global statistical analysis so that we might prove, or…See More
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 The Institute for Economics and Peace and American University’s Kogod School of Business announce the 2015 biennial conference on “The Business and Economics of Peace,” co-hosted April 10-11, 2015 at American University in Washington, D.C. The conference will convene graduate, advanced undergraduate students,…See More
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Young people living in less peaceful countries tend to be far more optimistic about the state of the future than their pessimistic peers living in more peaceful countries. Read full article here.As the world celebrates the International Day of Youth, the Institute for Economics and Peace asks how the 1.8 billion young people around the world feel about the future, and what this means for…See More
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The 2014 Global Peace Index has been released today and shows that the world is becoming a less peaceful place. This decline follows a seven year trend of decreases in peace, with 51 countries improving in peace and 111 deteriorating since 2008.Explore the data on the interactive Global Peace Index map: http://www.visionofhumanity.org/…See More
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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
The Institute for Economics and Peace is an independent not-for-profit research institute dedicated to developing the inter-relationships between business, peace and economic development.
It aims to empower the academic community, civil society, private sector, international institutions and governments with the knowledge to proactively use peace to achieve their desired goals.

The Institute for Economics and Peace conducts research and education, generates dialogue, and publicizes the output of its activities with a view to impacting the public agenda. It works in partnership with other stakeholders interested in creating peace including academic institutions, business, Governments, NGOs and peace institutes. The Global Peace Index is a core asset of the Institute.

The Institute for Economics and Peace is non-partisan. It enjoys and welcomes association with other institutions that share similar goals.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
IEP is a global research organization. IEP's projects have international application.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Headquartered in Sydney, Australia, with an office in Washington D.C.
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Non-Profit Organization dedicated to developing the interlinkages between busines, peace and economics
What is your personal or organizational website?
http://www.economicsandpeace.org
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Business, Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Development, Dialogue, Economics, Education
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Communication, Curriculum Development, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Research, Qualitative Skills, Quantitative Skills
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Global Peace Index, Building Blocks of Peace, relationship between peace and economics, business analysis frameworks, worldwide media coverage of peace and violence.
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
•Peace, its Causes and Economic Value (2008 Discussion Paper) (pdf)
•2009 Global Peace Index: Methodology, Results and Findings Report (pdf)

•The Study of Industries that Prosper in Peace – The Peace Industry (2008 Discussion Paper) (pdf)
•2008 Global Peace Index: Methodology, Results and Findings Report (pdf)

•Peace and Sustainability: Cornerstones in the 21st Century (2007 Discussion Paper) (pdf)
•2007 Global Peace Index: Methodology, Results and Findings Report (pdf)

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Just released: Report on Peace and Religion

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 7:17pm 1 Comment

Is religion the main cause of conflict today? New report answers 5 key questions on the link between peace and religion.

The Institute for Economics and Peace has just released a new report that debunks common myths about the link between religion and peace. Given how much news coverage focuses on religiously motivated violence, we saw it necessary to undertake a global statistical analysis so that we might…

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Youth, Peace and Optimism

Posted on August 13, 2014 at 2:22am 0 Comments

Young people living in less peaceful countries tend to be far more optimistic about the state of the future than their pessimistic peers living in more peaceful countries. Read full article here.

As the world celebrates the International Day of Youth, the Institute for Economics and Peace asks how the 1.8 billion young people around the world feel about the future, and what…

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2014 Global Peace Index

Posted on June 19, 2014 at 1:13am 0 Comments

The 2014 Global Peace Index has been released today and shows that the world is becoming a less peaceful place. This decline follows a seven year trend of decreases in peace, with 51 countries improving in peace and 111 deteriorating since 2008.

Explore the data on the interactive Global Peace Index map: http://www.visionofhumanity.org/…

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Peace Twitterati

Posted on May 25, 2014 at 11:41pm 0 Comments

The Peace Twitterati is a list of the top 60 movers and shakers who are talking about peace in less than 140 characters. http://www.visionofhumanity.org/#/page/news/909 ;

See the Peace Twitterati for the full list. 

If you’re not well versed in Twitter language, Twitterati refers to the Tweet elite, those whose feeds attract thousands…

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At 4:46pm on January 28, 2011, James L. Foster said…

DEAR PEACE fRIENDS

 

May I recommend another friend, ana affiliate of the Peacebuilding Institute, Robert Rundle.  The affiliate is Institute for Spirituality and Global Economics and may be found at www.peacebuildinginstitute.org.  Thank you for inviting me to share friendship with you.

 

Jim Foster

At 5:22am on November 22, 2010, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…
Dear sir / madam,
We are working for peace and development and you are also with economic,
happy to know about your institution, keep it up, We can be a partner in
similar cause.
In peace.
At 6:18pm on July 2, 2010, Rey Ty said…
Hello,

I would like to quote your Institute for your definition of peace which was based on your research. I only saw it just now July 2, 2010 in your blog at http://www.internationalpeaceandconflict.org/profiles/blog/show?id=780588%3ABlogPost%3A263660&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_post

For academic purposes, I would like to reference you properly. Hence, I would like to ask in which publication (book, monograph, journal article) did your definition (first?) appear. As you know, for an academic or research paper, I need to reference the source properly. Of course your blog is fine, but academic journals and other publications prefer more "reputable" printed hardcopy sources such as published books, etc. I look forward to your response. Thank you!
At 3:53am on May 3, 2010, Waheed Ahmad said…
Dear Friends,

Several months ago, I submitted an application for the 2010 Justice Makers Competition. In doing so, I joined a global community of legal aid lawyers, policemen, and NGO officers that had proposed solutions for curbing torture and legal abuse on a local level.

Last month, I received word that my application was one of a handful of proposals to be named a JusticeMakers Finalist. With your assistance, I now have a shot at winning $5,000 to implement my idea.

Here's how you can help.

1. Register for www.justicemakers.net.
2. Login and click "Browse Finalists" on the left hand side of the page.
3. Browse my JusticeMakers username WAHEED, and click on it.
4. Click on the orange "Rate Me" icon that appears on the top of the page.
5. Read a short summary of my proposal and rate my project.
(Preferably with five stars.)

That's it! If on May 10th I have the highest average rating of any project, I'll win the $5,000 to implement my project. :)

Please let me know if you have any questions and thank you in advance for your help.

Please ask your friends too for vote



With best regards

Waheed Ahmad
Advocate High Court
Secretary Human Rights Committee Lahore High Court Bar Association.
Address: 2/136- A Aman Park baghbanpura
LahorePakistan
Cell# +92-300-4254329 and 0092-333-4639652
Fax# 0092-42-36844293
Email : waheed2000@yahoo.com
 
 
 

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