The CONIAS Political RiskMap visualizes the CONIAS Risk Value* for regional physical safety. They are based on the monthly in-depth assessment of sub-national dynamics of all ongoing (violent and non-violent) political conflicts in a region in the past twelve months and take into account both the risk of re-escalation of (alleged) pacified conflicts as well as the likelihood of contagion and spillover from neighboring regions and across borders.
On this page, we are happy provide you with our CONIAS Political RiskMaps exclusively prepared for the 25 Risk Reports for free download and re-use. They provide information on the level of physical security in the respective regions based on continuously updated conflict data. If you are interested in a more recent or a historical version of these maps or that of another state or conflict area, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* The Risk Value takes physical security into account only in relation to political violence, but not in relation to crime or other risks.