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Global Terrorism Index 2022

ASPI Publication Launch: Global Terrorism Index 2022

Speakers Dr David Hammond, Sofia Koller, Dr Muhammad Dan Suleiman and Katja Theodorakis

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute, in partnership with the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), invites you to the launch of the IEP report 'Global Terrorism Index 2022: Measuring the Impact of Terrorism'.

Produced annually, the IEP Global Terrorism Index provides a comprehensive summary of the key trends in global terrorism. This ninth edition of the report provides a specific focus on the Sahel region, political terrorism, and the impact of the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic on terrorism.

The panel features Dr David Hammond, Director of Research, Institute for Economics and Peace; Sofia Koller, Senior Research Analyst at the German Counter Extremism Project (CEP); Dr Muhammad Dan Suleiman, Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia's (UWA) Africa Research & Engagement Centre, and moderated by Katja Theodorakis, Head of ASPI’s Counterterrorism Program.

Join the panel to discuss the report's key findings, the socio-economic conditions under which terrorism occurs, the recent geopolitical drivers, and how terrorism has changed over time.

This is a hybrid event, with the option to attend in-person or online.

To attend in-person, register via the 'register' button above.

To attend online, register here.


Dr David Hammond

Dr David Hammond joined the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) in 2012 and was appointed to Director of Research in 2018.

Sofia Koller

Sofia Koller is senior research analyst at the German Counter Extremism Project (CEP) and supports the Radicalisation Awareness Networ

Dr Muhammad Dan Suleiman

Dr Muhammad Dan Suleiman is a Research Fellow at the Africa Research & Engagement Centre, and the Centre for Muslim States and Societies of the University of Weste

Katja Theodorakis

Katja Theodorakis was the Head of ASPI's Counterterrorism program until early 2023.