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This week SIPRI held a launch of its Environment of Peace report in Latin America. The report provides the most comprehensive account to date of how different aspects of the environmental crisis are interacting with today’s darkening security horizon to create a new era of risk.
On 17–18 January 2023, SIPRI hosted an expert workshop as part of its work on developing a toolkit for practicing responsible biological science, targeting academics and researchers in the life sciences.
On 6–8 December 2022, SIPRI and the European Union Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Consortium (EUNPDC) hosted an intensive introductory course on the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), mechanisms to control their further spread and pathways to disarmament.
SIPRI is pleased to release the Environment of Peace research report, which sets out in detail the evidential and analytical foundations of the policy report Environment of Peace: Security in a New Era of Risk that was launched in May at the 2022 Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development.
SIPRI is pleased to launch a new film about the complexity of the food security crisis in South Sudan and the efforts needed to build stability and peace in a context of climate change impacts and intercommunal violence.