ARPC publishes UQ research on terrorism and violent protests

Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation has published research by the University of Queensland exploring whether definitions of terrorism have shifted due to the social and economic disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The research paper Terrorism and Violent Protests – where do these disruptive events meet? looks at the evolving nature of violent protests and other disruptive events. The lead author...
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‘Cyber War and Terrorism: Towards a common language to promote insurability’

A new joint report by the International Forum for Terrorism Reinsurance Pools (IFTRIP), the UK’s terrorism pool, Pool Re, and the Geneva Association, proposes a new term, ‘Hostile Cyber Activity’ (HCA), to describe potential malicious behaviour that sits between terrorism and warfare. HCA is intended as an interim solution while the industry works towards a cross-jurisdictional consensus on a common...
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ARPC and Institute of Economics and Peace Research Paper

Terrorism in the OECD – A Research Project funded by the Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation. To read this report, please follow the below link to our Insights page and select the pdf. https://stagingarpc.wpengine.com/resources-2/general/
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