Past Events

CalCon 2017
OEF Research Event Integrates Technology & Peace

OEF Research and the University of San Diego's Kroc School of Peace Studies co-hosted California Consensus (CalCon) - Peace through Technology.

Oceans Beyond Piracy Launches State of Maritime Piracy 2016

On May 3, OEF's Oceans Beyond Piracy program presents The State of Maritime Piracy 2016 report, with discussion to follow.

Businesses in fragile states
OEF Research Presents the Power of Business in Fragile States

In a new report, OEF Research's Dr. Victor Odundo Owuor provides a look at how the private sector continues to function in fragile states.

International Womens' Day Panel Highlights Inclusion and Leadership

A panel on International Women's Day, co-sponsored by OEF's Our Secure Future program, emphasized implementing inclusive policies in careers and in the current political climate.

OEF Research CoupCast Webpage
OEF Research Presents CoupCast Forecasting Model at US State Department

OEF Research's CoupCast forecasting model uses historical data and machine learning to predict the likelihood of a coup attempt occurring in any country on a month to month basis.

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OEF Presents Innovation in Partnerships, SDG14: Life Below Water Event

One Earth Future (OEF), the International Peace Institute (IPI), the Permanent Mission of Sweden to the United Nations, and the World Ocean Council presented Innovation in Partnerships: SGD14 Life Below Water.

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Oceans Beyond Piracy Co-Sponsors Maritime Security Conference

As part of Danish Maritime Days - a major event for the international maritime industry - Oceans Beyond Piracy co-sponsors "How Does Maritime Security Information Add Value to the Shipping Community?"

ISTANBUL, TURKEY - JULY 16, 2016: Supporters of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wave flags as they capture a Turkish Army APC. Getty Images/Stringer
OEF Research Workshop on Forecasting Conflict

Researchers working on a wide range of political events are using new forecasting methods and “machine learning” to predict future coups, conflicts, and election outcomes. This workshop brought together nearly twenty of these researchers to discuss the future of political forecasting and to... more