Comments for Instituto Igarapé https://igarape.org.br/en a think and do tank Thu, 25 Jan 2018 18:16:46 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.6 Comment on Global Trends and Projections of Homicidal Violence: 2000 to 2030 by How Latin America Could Cut Its Murder Rate By 50 Percent – Insightcrime.org | Bcst Connect https://igarape.org.br/en/homicide-dispatch-2/#comment-43 Tue, 11 Oct 2016 05:51:12 +0000 http://www.igarape.org.br/notas-de-homicidios-2-2/#comment-43 […] is getting worse. If nothing is done about it, the regional murder rate will continue rising from 21 per 100,000 to 35 per 100,000 by 2030, at least seven times higher than the global […]

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Comment on What do children say? by How safe do Brazilian kids feel? | Know Violence in Childhood Blog https://igarape.org.br/en/what-do-children-say/#comment-38 Mon, 26 Sep 2016 19:22:34 +0000 https://igarape.org.br/en/?p=28014#comment-38 […] For more information on the CSI, visit: https://igarape.org.br/en/apps/child-security-index/. For access to the latest results of a 12-city assessment, go to: https://igarape.org.br/en/what-do-children-say/ […]

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Comment on Global Trends and Projections of Homicidal Violence: 2000 to 2030 by En crimen y violencia, debemos aprender de los éxitos de América Latina https://igarape.org.br/en/homicide-dispatch-2/#comment-27 Thu, 21 Jul 2016 23:16:51 +0000 http://www.igarape.org.br/notas-de-homicidios-2-2/#comment-27 […] No siempre ha sido así. A pesar de guerras civiles y dictaduras que marcaron algunos países de nuestra región en décadas pasadas, la tasa de homicidios permaneció cerca del promedio mundial de 6 a 7 por cada 100.000. En años más recientes, la violencia homicida ha disminuido en otras partes del mundo, especialmente en Norteamérica y Europa Occidental. Con pocas excepciones, los asesinatos, asaltos y victimizaciones empeoraron en América Latina y América Central. […]

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Comment on Making Cities Safer: Citizen Security Innovations from Latin America by Making Cities Safer: Citizen Security Innovations from Latin / Robert Muggah, Ilona Szabó de Carvalho, Nathalie Alvarado, Lina Marmolejo and Ruddy Wang | Seguridad ciudadana en las Américas: Tendencias y políticas públicas https://igarape.org.br/en/making-cities-safer/#comment-26 Thu, 30 Jun 2016 01:39:27 +0000 https://igarape.org.br/en/?p=27228#comment-26 […] This report explores the evidence of what works, and what does not, when it comes to promoting citizen security in Latin American and Caribbean cities. While not exhaustive, the report features a range of positive and less positive experiences of 10 municipalities and metropolitan areas across the region. The goal is to highlight the change in approach from hardline law and order approaches to ones that emphasize multi-sector and preventive measures. The structure of the report is straightforward. Each case study includes a broad overview of the context and problem, a description of the intervention and how it was implemented, and some reflections on the outcomes and impacts. SEE MORE… […]

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Comment on Robert Muggah by California’s Gangs Go Digital and Global | endlsoft.com https://igarape.org.br/en/robert-muggah/#comment-25 Wed, 22 Jun 2016 14:02:22 +0000 http://2015.igarape.org.br/?p=23033#comment-25 […] Robert Muggah is co-founder and research director of the SecDev Foundation and the Igarapé Institute. He is co-editor of a new volume entitled Open Empowerment: From Digital Protest to Cyberwar that focuses on the evolution of digital crime in the Americas. Julian Way is a lead analyst at the SecDev Group and research fellow at the SecDev Foundation.  […]

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Comment on Robert Muggah by Net Politics » California’s Gangs Go Digital and Global https://igarape.org.br/en/robert-muggah/#comment-24 Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:01:06 +0000 http://2015.igarape.org.br/?p=23033#comment-24 […] Robert Muggah is co-founder and research director of the SecDev Foundation and the Igarapé Institute. He is co-editor of a new volume entitled Open Empowerment: From Digital Protest to Cyberwar that focuses on the evolution of digital crime in the Americas. Julian Way is a lead analyst at the SecDev Group and research fellow at the SecDev Foundation.  […]

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Comment on Latin America’s Fatal Gun Addiction by Trinidad y Tobago: Crece venta ilegal de armas de Venezuela por comida https://igarape.org.br/en/latin-americas-fatal-gun-addiction/#comment-23 Wed, 15 Jun 2016 01:00:39 +0000 https://igarape.org.br/en/?p=27205#comment-23 […] global de 50 por ciento y está muy por encima del promedio latinoamericano de 75 por ciento, informó el Instituto Igarapé. El mismo informe observa que la mayoría de las armas, legales e ilegales, que llegan de […]

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Comment on Global Trends and Projections of Homicidal Violence: 2000 to 2030 by Sin Miedos En crimen y violencia, debemos aprender de los éxitos de América Latina - Sin Miedos https://igarape.org.br/en/homicide-dispatch-2/#comment-22 Fri, 03 Jun 2016 20:20:24 +0000 http://www.igarape.org.br/notas-de-homicidios-2-2/#comment-22 […] No siempre ha sido así. A pesar de guerras civiles y dictaduras que marcaron algunos países de nuestra región en décadas pasadas, la tasa de homicidios permaneció cerca del promedio mundial de 6 a 7 por cada 100.000. En años más recientes, la violencia homicida ha disminuido en otras partes del mundo, especialmente en Norteamérica y Europa Occidental. Con pocas excepciones, los asesinatos, asaltos y victimizaciones empeoraron en América Latina y América Central. […]

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Comment on Global Trends and Projections of Homicidal Violence: 2000 to 2030 by La amenaza mayor de la que no hablamos | Observatório de Relações Internacionais da UFOP https://igarape.org.br/en/homicide-dispatch-2/#comment-20 Fri, 06 May 2016 01:37:07 +0000 http://www.igarape.org.br/notas-de-homicidios-2-2/#comment-20 […] de más de 225 países y territorios entre 2005-2014. A pesar que la violencia homicida está disminuyendo de manera constante en la mayor parte del mundo, todavía es una de las mayores amenazas con respecto a lo que los […]

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