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Pathways for Peace

Inclusive Approaches to Preventing Violent Conflict

  • 30 mayo 2018
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Pathways for Peace
The resurgence of violent conflict in recent years has caused immense human suffering, at enormous social and economic cost. Violent conflicts today have become complex and protracted, involving more non-state groups and regional and international actors, often linked to global challenges from climate change to transnational organized crime. It is increasingly recognized as an obstacle to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

Declaración sobre el Femicidio

  • 29 enero 2018
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Declaración sobre el Femicidio

Declaración sobre el Femicidio 

Aprobada en la Cuarta Reunión del Comité de Expertas/os
(CEVI), celebrada el 15 de agosto de 2008
MECANISMO DE SEGUIMIENTO
CONVENCIÓN BELÉM DO PARÁ (MESECVI)
COMITÉ DE EXPERTAS/OS VIOLENCIA (CEVI)


13–15 de agosto de 2008
Washington, D.C.

States of Fragility 2016 - Understanding Violence

  • 15 febrero 2017
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States of Fragility 2016 - Understanding Violence
The world is getting more violent, and violence is occurring in surprising places. Over the past 15 years, 3.34 billion people, or almost half of the world’s population, have been affected by violence. The number of violent conflicts is decreasing, but conflicts are killing more people.

Making Cities Safer: Citizen Security Innovations from Latin America

  • 9 febrero 2017
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Making Cities Safer: Citizen Security Innovations from Latin America
Cities are where the policy and practice of citizen security are determined. Although national and subnational strategies are essential to scaling-up crime prevention, cities are where they are put into practice. Because of the way they bring opportunities and risks into focus, cities are natural laboratories of policy innovation to prevent and reduce violence. Some of the most remarkable progress in homicide reduction, crime prevention and public safety in recent decades has occurred in large and medium-sized cities, especially in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The Costs of Crime and Violence - New Evidence and Insights in Latin America and the Caribbean

  • 3 febrero 2017
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The Costs of Crime and Violence - New Evidence and Insights in Latin America and the Caribbean
Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has shown progress in many socioeconomic areas in the last decade. Between 2004 and 2014, most countries in the region experienced annual growth rates close to 4 percent, poverty rates decreased, and LAC citizens became healthier and better educated. In fact, the Millennium Development Goal of halving, between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of people living on less than US$1.25 a day was attained in LAC in 2008, seven years early.
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