Divorce rates from countries across the world are collected by the United Nations. Although we are in 2016, divorce rate information for 2013 is just being completed. I have posted an easily readable graph of 71 countries reporting here. You can find the original source of this data at the UN Demographic Report. They have a little data for 2014.
The United Nations released its most up to date report on marriages and divorce across the world. Seventy countries have now reported data. More postings about world divorce rates. There are 11 countries that have reported their 2013 divorce rates.
The United Nations released their annual World Demographics report that includes marriage and divorce rates for countries around the world. As usual the numbers are incomplete as many countries do not report in time for this report, but the report also updates the 2011 data and these are more complete.
For the divorce rates, 36 countries have reported. Among these countries, the highest rate is 4.1 divorces/population in Belarus which is the same as 2011. The next highest is 3.6 in Lativa which is lower than for 2011.
This graph shows the divorce rates from highest to lowest in 2012 for all reporting countries in 2012 and another graph here for 2011.
There is now an updated list showing the 2012 Divorce rates for 39 European countries.
The United Nations collects marriage and divorce data for the world. This chart provides an illustration of the crude divorce rate (number of divorces per 1000 population) for European countries in 2010. Several countries are not listed which did not report data in 2010. The most recent crude divorce rates for these countries is as follows: Albania, 1.1 (2008), Greece, 1.2 (2008), France, 2.0 (2009), Italy, .9 (2009), Portugal, 2.5 (2009), Great Britain, 2.0 (2009).
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