The private sector has led the way toward supporting, creating, and implementing peace in areas where there is limited government capacity according to panelists at a One Earth Future (OEF) led workshop at the annual Build Peace Conference.
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A new analysis of conflict data begs the question: do the data show a random risk of major war, or is there evidence that the decline in wars over the past 70 years is related to external causes?
One Earth Future is proud to participate in Our Ocean 2017, and to pledge a voluntary commitment.
The Stable Seas Maritime Security Index is a first-of-its-kind effort to measure and map interconnected challenges to maritime security, such as illegal fishing, human trafficking, and illicit trade.
This report shows that the documented downward shift in wars sizes, post- compared to pre-World War II, could be just a lucky interlude amidst an unchanging war-generation machine that stretches back two centuries. Learn more.
In spite of many warnings of a coup in Venezuela, they have all been wrong. Why?
JULY 18, 2017—BROOMFIELD, Colo. — The International Peace Institute (IPI) and One Earth Future (OEF), along with the Permanent Mission of Bangledesh to the United Nations and the SDG 16 Data Initiative, will host an Innovation in Partnerships workshop, entitled “SDG 16: How to Measure Peace.” The event, featuring a World Café format, takes place at the International Peace Institute in New York on July 20. Read more.
INNOVATION in PARTNERSHIPS, SDG16: How to Measure Peace? is part of One Earth Future's Innovation in Partnership series, advancing progress on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
A new report by OEF Research explores the links of climate change to urban fragility and underlines how city governments can address the peace and security challenges that arise from influxes of climate migrants.