The Peace Worldwide Organization Civility Report 2016 reviews all countries within the United Nations and provides each country with human rights, democracy, peace, and civility scores using a scale of 0-100 for the year 2015.
Based on our research, all scores since 2014 have shown slight improvements. The World Overall Democracy Score rose by 7.7-percent, Human Rights by 1.8-percent, Peace by 8.6-percent, and Civility by 5.8-percent. Likewise, the United Nations (UN) and UN Security Council’s performances have improved.
This Report may be used as a tool to assess countries for their good domestic and international conduct. It enables governments to prioritize their reform policies in order to improve their international standings. In addition, it can assist governments as well as international public and private entities with a means to assess their risks of conducting business in other countries.