SIPRI releases Annual Review 2019, a retrospective compendium of the Institute’s commentary, events, news and publications over the past year.
Over the course of 2019, SIPRI maintained its commitment to illuminating the conditions for peaceful solutions to conflicts and sustainable peace, and to generating objective analysis closely tied to authoritative evidence.
Some examples of this include SIPRI’s work on climate-related security risks, investigation in the Sahel and West Africa of people’s perceptions of insecurity, and a knowledge partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to examine the multiple root causes of forced displacement.
Along with key dialogue events, such as the sixth annual Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development and the fourth Stockholm Security Conference, SIPRI continued to engage with a diverse international audience at its events and across its dissemination platforms. Furthermore, SIPRI organized the second annual SIPRI Lecture on the theme ‘Peace, Development, Human Rights and Gender Equality: The Story of My Life’, delivered by HE Michelle Bachelet.
Download SIPRI’s Annual Review 2019 (PDF).