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Insight Crime: Nearly 50 Groups Active in Human Trafficking in Mexico

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Insight Crime: Nearly 50 Groups Active in Human Trafficking in Mexico

A recent report offers new insight into human trafficking in Mexico, and reinforces concerns about the role of organized groups in this criminal industry.

Deutsche Welle: Breaking the Silence: Femicide in Latin America

Directed by Paula Rodriguez Sickert

Deutsche Welle: Breaking the Silence: Femicide in Latin America

The murder of women has a name: femicide. In Latin America, femicide is particularly common, but women there are starting to stand up for their rights. The filmmaker Paula Rodriguez Sickert has traveled through the Andean countries of Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru and tells the stories of women who were attacked or killed because they wanted to live their lives their own way.

Global Citizen: My Name Is Brooke Axtell and I Was Sex Trafficked at Age 7 in the US

Brooke Axtell

  • 2 August 2017
  • Posted by: Jane Piazer
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Global Citizen: My Name Is Brooke Axtell and I Was Sex Trafficked at Age 7 in the US

This post is the first in a series called "Real Women Real Stories,"a social project designed to promote awareness of the often unseen hardships women face in different professions and places around the world. The project highlights women who fight their battles and are persistent on achieving what they have set out for.

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InSight Crime: Brazil Military Deployment in Rio Shows Past Failures of Militarization

InSight Crime: Brazil Military Deployment in Rio Shows Past Failures of Militarization

Brazil's defense minister has announced a new phase of security operations in Rio de Janeiro that will involve a massive military deployment, a strategy often used throughout Latin America that has repeatedly failed to produce long-term improvements.

Freakonomics: Preventing Crime for Pennies on the Dollar

Freakonomics: Preventing Crime for Pennies on the Dollar

Conventional crime-prevention programs tend to be expensive, onerous, and ineffective. Could something as simple (and cheap) as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) do the trick? That’s the question we try to answer in this episode. It’s set in Chicago, where violent crime continues to thrive (its homicide rate is more than triple New York’s). Chicago is also home to the Crime Lab at the University of Chicago, a network of researchers who try to find empirical solutions to crime and violence.

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