Tag: international cooperation

Stolen Amazon: the roots of environmental crime in Bolivia

This study on Bolivia, in partnership with InSight Crime, provides a comprehensive overview of the complex network of actors, including state and non-state entities, and the relationships that perpetuate environmental crime in the Bolivian Amazon. It seeks to understand the contemporary dynamics of environmental crimes

Unfulfilled Promises Latin America Today

This volume is the culmination of a special Inter-American Dialogue project. Unlike other Dialogue publications, its essays attempt to stand back
and take a broad view of Latin America.

O Brasil e as Operações de Paz da ONU

Carta Capital (original in portuguese) – Part of Brazil’s diplomatic strength is in the upward trend of participation in international missions

Counting Conflict Deaths

This briefing note is intended to assist the Inter-Agency and Experts Group (IAEG) on SDG indicators in developing an indicator to track the number of “conflictrelated deaths per 100,000 people”.

Peace and the Post-2015 Development Agenda

This briefing examines Brazil’s position on the inclusion of peace within the post-2015 development agenda and also engages with some of the arguments that Brazil has made to date.

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