We are migrating the content of this website into the EC collaborative data platform "Science4peace".
The Global Crisis Atlas will no longer be updated as of February 1st 2019, and might become unavailable as of April 1st, 2019.
To get access to the new data container you have to:
1) Create an EU ECAS account [link]
2) Login into the new science4peace portal [link] before January 31st, 2019
3) After your first access to the science4peace portal, we will grant you access privileges to the data repository on February 1st, 2019
4) Your access privileges will enable you to access all the maps you could access before plus the historical archive
The Global Crisis Atlas is a service of the Commission that provides a catalogue of digital maps produced by its in-house science service, the Joint Research Centre, to meet the needs of the European External Action service (EEAS) INTCEN (Intelligence and Situation Centre) and the Service for Foreign Policy Instruments (FPI). The service is financed by the Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace. The JRC provides situation maps on complex crisis (currently: Iraq-Syria, Yemen, Libya, Migration) and on areas where violent events occurred (e.g. in Libreville and Kinshasa in September 2016).
The Global Crisis Atlas is intended to increase the awareness of geographic and crisis related issues, to provide the information basis to support decision making in potential crisis situations and in planning projects.