Target Interventions to Reduce Homicides in Mexico

Violencias y criminalidad en las principales ciudades andinas: Caracterización y políticas públicas


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Local Approaches to Addressing Crime and Violence in Latin America


Local Approaches to Addressing Crime and Violence in the Americas: How Smarter Policing and Decentralized Approaches Can Help

Violence and Crime in Major Andean Cities: Characteristics and Public Policies


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How Chronic Violence Affects Human Development, Social Relations, and the Practice of Citizenship: A Systemic Framework for Action (No. 36)

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What happens to us when it becomes “normal” everyday life to live with high levels of violence? How does it affect our development as individuals, how we raise our children and relate to others in society, our attitudes and actions as citizens, and the ways we are governed?

Closing Elephant-Sized Loopholes in the Illegal Wildlife Trade: CITES CoP17 and the Path Forward

The illegal wildlife trade has seen a dramatic and lucrative resurgence in the past few years. Some of the world’s most iconic species—elephants, rhinos and tigers—are being poached to the brink of extinction to feed the international market.

Infographic | World Press Freedom Index 2016: Mexico & the OECD

Infographic | World Press Freedom Index 2016: Mexico & the Americas

10 Ways to Reduce Violence in Mexico

This article identifies 10 punctual policy recommendations for reducing violence and containing crime in Mexico. Each of these recommendations were drawn from the results of “What works in reducing community violence,” USAID’s latest study, and by comparing it with evidence and analysis of violence-reducing strategies in Mexico. The goal is to push Mexico’s violence reduction efforts back on track, particularly now that murder rates have once again begun to rise.