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Global Plan of Action to prevent interpersonal violence

Global Plan of Action to prevent interpersonal violence

The global plan of action is a technical document informed by evidence, best practices and existing WHO technical guidance. It offers a set of practical actions that Member States may take to strengthen health system and intersectoral actions to prevent and respond to interpersonal violence in general, and against women and girls, and against children, in particular. The plan also outlines Actions that the WHO Secretariat is expected to carry out in support of Member States.

EL SALVADOR: PROYECTO MUNICIPIOS LIBRES DE ARMAS (PMLA)

Buenas Prácticas y Lecciones Aprendidas

EL SALVADOR: PROYECTO MUNICIPIOS LIBRES DE ARMAS (PMLA)

Institución responsable

Consejo Nacional de Seguridad Pública (CNSP)

Año de implementación

2004

Público objetivo

Población en situación de Riesgo

Ámbito de aplicación:

Municipal - San Martin e Ilopango

Eje temático

Control de Factores de Riesgo o Protección

Evaluador

PNUD-Ignacio Cano

Documento Evaluación

http://www.pnud.org.sv/2007/content/view/27/83?id_publ=59

COLOMBIA: PLAN NACIONAL DE VIGILANCIA COMUNITARIA POR CUADRANTES (PNVCC)

Buenas Prácticas y Lecciones Aprendidas

COLOMBIA: PLAN NACIONAL DE VIGILANCIA COMUNITARIA POR CUADRANTES (PNVCC)

Institución responsable

Policía Nacional de Colombia

Año de implementación

Febrero de 2010 - presente

Público objetivo

Población en general

Ámbito de aplicación:

Nacional - Colombia

Eje temático

Mejoras en el Funcionamiento del Sistema de Justicia Criminal

Evaluador

Fundación Ideas para la Paz (FIP) – María Victoria Llorente

Documento evaluación

http://www.ideaspaz.org/publications/posts/73

Global Migration Data Analysis Centre: Data Briefing Series | Issue No. 9, July 2017

Global Migration Data Analysis Centre: Data Briefing Series | Issue No. 9, July 2017

This data briefing analyses people’s migration intentions globally for the period of 2010–2015. The briefing also explores to what degree data on migration potential can be a useful predictor of actual migration by comparing results from Gallup surveys with data on officially recorded migrant in- and outflows.

Migration in the 2030 Agenda

Migration in the 2030 Agenda

The purpose of this collection of papers is first of all to draw attention to the many dimensions of the migratory experience covered by the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and secondly, to offer practical suggestions as to how these aspects of migration can be addressed effectively during the implementation process. 

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