World’s Top 10 Safest Cities Index: Tap to Know Safest Places on Earth

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Every two years, a list is made positioning 60 urban cities utilising the measures of digital security, health, infrastructure and personal security. This year environmental security has also been added to the criterum.

By Ayush Upadhyay/The Newster


Copenhagen has been named the most secure city on the planet by the Economist Intelligence Unit, beating leaders like Tokyo to the best position.

Denmark capital jumped seven spots, from eighth in 2019 in the fourth edition of the study.

Every two years, a list is made positioning 60 urban cities utilising the measures of digital security, health, infrastructure and personal security. This year environmental security has also been added to the criterum.

Denmark’s capital made to the index for the first time with a score of 82.4 out of 100. It finished Tokyo’s years-long streak at number one. Tokyo dropped four spots to fifth.

Here are the world’s safest and secure cities in the world—

Copenhagen in Denmark

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Toronto in Canada

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Singapore

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Sydney

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Japan’s capital Tokyo

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Amsterdam in Netherlands

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Wellington in New Zealand

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Hong Kong

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Melbourne in Australia

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Stockholm in Sweden

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The Safe Cities Index was initiated in the year 2015 with 44 markers and 50 urban cities.

From that point forward, the record has been refreshed once at regular intervals, expanding city inclusion and considering arising difficulties to metropolitan wellbeing.

In 2021, the standards was refreshed with a unique spotlight on the pandemic’s effect and coordinators introduced environmental security.

Toronto and Copenhagen performed much preferable in the environmental class over any of the main three urban cities from earlier years. Copenhagen received a score of 84.5, while Toronto received 90.3. In any case, it was Wellington in New Zealand performed best with a rating of 91.7 in environment security index.

Dubai and Abu Dhabi were named the most secure urban areas in the Middle East, with both scoring high on infrastructure and wellbeing/health.

Abu Dhabi was positioned 31st, four spots down from 2019, with a score of 66.9. Dubai was the 35th most secure city, down seven spots from its past positioning, with a score of 64.6.

The cateogory takes a gander at how governments are attempting to reshape their ways to deal with high-hazard occasions, be it pandemic, catastrophes or longer-term dangers, for example, environmental change and ongoing social burdens.

The environmental security pointer likewise considers strategies pointed toward working on the wellbeing of the normal and actual environment in metropolitan regions, seeing things including water pressure and the measure of green scene in a city.


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