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Nuevas y viejas formas de violencia

Nuevas y viejas formas de violencia

En esta edición, se abordarán los rostros y modalidades específicos que adquiere la violencia en las sociedades contemporáneas, contemplando sus nuevas y viejas formas de expresión, deteniéndonos en los principales aspectos de los debates teóricos-conceptuales; al tiempo que podamos analizar las diferentes iniciativas y propuestas de alcance regional, nacional y municipal en miras a alcanzar un sistema eficiente de reducción y prevención de factores de riesgo y situaciones de violencia.

UNODC Manual sobre la lucha contra el tráfico ilícito de migrantes

UNODC Manual sobre la lucha contra el tráfico ilícito de migrantes

El Manual tiene por objeto brindar orientación, presentar prácticas prometedoras y recomendar recursos en determinadas esferas temáticas. Cabe esperar que inspire y ayude a los responsables de las políticas, los funcionarios policiales, los jueces, los fiscales, los encargados de prestar servicios a las víctimas y los miembros de la sociedad civil en su colaboración con el empeño mundial por combatir el tráfico ilícito de migrantes. 

UNODC Toolkit to Combat Smuggling of Migrants

UNODC Toolkit to Combat Smuggling of Migrants

This Toolkit has been designed to assist countries to implement the Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Sea and Air, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. Specifically, the Toolkit is intended to provide guidance, showcase promising practices and recommend resources in thematic areas addressed in the separate tools.

Labor and Sex Trafficking Among Homeless Youth: A Ten-City Study Executive Summary

Labor and Sex Trafficking Among Homeless Youth: A Ten-City Study Executive Summary

People who are homeless, lack a support system, or are desperate for work are susceptible to the promises of people who would exploit them for labor and for sex. Recently, homeless youth providers in the United States and Canada have become aware that their clients are particularly at risk of trafficking, and research has begun to uncover the extent and contours of the problem within that community.

Closing Knowledge Gaps: Toward Evidence-Based Crime Prevention Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean

Closing Knowledge Gaps: Toward Evidence-Based Crime Prevention Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean

This document provides an in-depth analysis of the state of the art in citizen security research, not only to identify critical knowledge gaps in the literature—ones that the IDB will endeavor to close over the next few years—but also to contribute to the dissemination of evidence-based crime reduction and prevention strategies, providing a solid starting point to take stock of what we know and what the priorities for future research should be.

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