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Norwegian Initiative on Small Arms Transfers (NISAT)
Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
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This is the world's only on-line global database of small arms transfers. It contains over one million records detailing transfers between some 250 states and territories over the period 1962-2011. Data for subsequent years will be added as soon…
Survey of the Afghan People: 2006-2017
The Asia Foundation
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The number of Afghans who say the country is moving in the right direction has increased and optimism has risen slightly, reversing a decade-long downward trajectory in national mood. At the same time, fears about security and the economy affect…
Women Peace and Security Index
Georgetown Institute for Women Peace and Security
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The WPS Index offers a more comprehensive measure of women's wellbeing by capturing both peace and security—and women’s inclusion and justice. In partnership with the Peace Research Institute of Oslo, GIWPS draws on recognized international…
Early Warning Project
Holocaust Memorial Museum
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The Early Warning Project produces risk assessments of the potential for mass atrocities around the world by combining state-of-the-art quantitative and qualitative analysis. The project aims to give governments, advocacy groups, and at-risk…
Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX)
UN OCHA
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The goal of the Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX) is to make humanitarian data easy to find and use for analysis. We are working on three elements that will eventually combine into an integrated data platform.
Crisis Watch Database
International Crisis Group (ICG)
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CrisisWatch is compiled by Crisis Group’s Brussels Research Unit, drawing on multiple sources including the resources of some 145 staff members across five continents, who already report on some 60 of the situations listed in CrisisWatch.