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Violence Prevention & Response as a Part of Emergencies and Health Programming in Haiti

Croix-Rouge Haitienne - Canadian Red Cross

  • 16 marzo 2018
  • Ingresado por: Nicolas Devia
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Violence Prevention & Response as a Part of Emergencies and Health Programming in Haiti

The 2010 earthquake in Haiti left the already impoverished country in a state of crisis. As years passed by reconstruction seemed like an unattainable task and violence, crime and poverty where taking away the happiness and hopes of the Haitian people. The destruction of the education system and therefore the weakening of the system meant a condition of ignorance on many topics, being sexual education one of the most affected. When institutions can’t cope the needs of the citizens and there’s a misconception of what sexuality means, sex is then transformed as an exchangeable good. Women, adolescents and girls found themselves in an atmosphere of fear, uncertainty and impunity which normalizes violence in all of its forms, being sexual violence the most relevant one. The work of the Canadian and Haitian Red Cross has been to put in place cultural programs that de-normalize violence and empower young leaders to be agents of transformation in their communities.

Vade Mecum da Segurança Pública

  • 8 noviembre 2016
  • Ingresado por: Jane Piazer
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Vade Mecum da Segurança Pública

O Vade Mecum da Segurança Pública foi constituído para
ser um guia de consulta rápida com o registro das ações realizadas,
nestes últimos anos, pela Secretaria Nacional de Segurança
Pública (SENASP) do Ministério da Justiça e que sistematiza as
principais políticas de Estado para o setor.

2008 Economic Downturn and Federal Inaction Impact on Crime

  • 8 noviembre 2016
  • Ingresado por: Jane Piazer
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2008 Economic Downturn and Federal Inaction Impact on Crime

At the direction of Conference President and Miami Mayor Manuel A. (Manny) Diaz, The U.S. Conference of Mayors is holding five ’08 Mayors’ Action Forums between early August and early October in which America’s mayors will forge an action agenda for cities and metro areas to present to the next President of the United States. The five national events in five cities across the country are intended to prepare the Conference to present the next President with a set of priorities for action on urban/suburban problems that can be taken during the first 100 days of the new administration.

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