Safety and Rule of Law in Sub-Saharan Africa excluding high income was reported at 53.94 in 2011, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources. Sub-Saharan Africa excluding high income - Safety and Rule of Law - actual values, historical data, forecasts and projections were sourced from the World Bank on August of 2020.

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Personal Safety: Within this sub-category the Ibrahim Index measures: (i) Safety of the Person – level of criminality in a country. (ii) Violent Crime – prevalence of violent crime, both organised and common. (iii) Social Unrest – prevalence of violent social unrest. (iv) Human Trafficking – government efforts to combat human trafficking. (v) Domestic Political Persecution – clustered indicator (an average) of the following variables: Physical Integrity Rights Index – government respect for citizens’ rights to freedom from torture, extrajudicial killing, political imprisonment, and disappearance. Political Terror Scale – levels of state-instigated political violence and terror.

Sub-Saharan Africa Excluding High Income | World Bank Development Indicators