Humanitarian Targeting

Humanitarian Targeting

In this infographic by ACLED Research Director, Dr. Roudabeh Kishi, we explore the question, “Where are humanitarian workers (aid workers, health workers, teachers) most at risk? (2017 – present).

The Many Sides of International Peacekeeping in Africa

The Many Sides of International Peacekeeping in Africa

Of the fourteen United Nations (UN) peacekeeping missions currently active around the world, half are based on the African continent. Of these, five—those in Somalia[1], Mali, the Central African Republic, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo– have ongoing

Update on ACLED Resources on Gaza
and the US Embassy Opening in Jerusalem

Update on ACLED Resources on Gaza <br/> and the US Embassy Opening in Jerusalem

On Monday, May 14, the US moving of its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on the 70th anniversary of the formation of Israel was met with demonstrations and violence on the border with Gaza. While demonstrations and violence in the

10 Hidden Conflicts in Africa

10 Hidden Conflicts in Africa

In this series of infographics, ACLED’s Research Director, Dr. Roudabeh Kishi, explores 10 hidden or under-reported conflicts across Africa. 10. Mozambique: A Peace Deal between FRELIMO & RENAMO, A Rise in Islamist Violence. 9. The Sahel and the Merger of Islamist Factions.

Overview of African Political Violence & Protest Trends,
1997-2017

Overview of African Political Violence & Protest Trends, <br/> 1997-2017

This interactive visual displays maps and charts featuring an overview of African political violence and protest trends from 1997 – 2017. Apply or remove filters by country and event type to broaden or limit your assessment of the data.

Recent Trends in Political Violence & Protests in the Middle East

Recent Trends in Political Violence & Protests in the Middle East

This interactive visual displays maps and charts featuring recent trends in political violence and protests in the Middle East. Apply or remove filters by country and event type to broaden or limit your assessment of the data.