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Violence in Latin America – explained in 6 charts

Latin America is often on the news for its gang violence and brute use of police force. In this video we analyse the state of criminal violence in the region and look at some good practices in the region such as Plan Cuadrante in Colombia. Read more on the subject on the report “Citizen Security in Latin America: Facts and Figures”, by Robert Muggah and Katherine Aguirre Tobón: https://bit.ly/2HOEcCX Scripted, narrated, produced directed and edited by Laís Clemente Assistance in production and direction by Ana Clara Teixeira This video was inspired by Vox’s “The state of gun violence in the US, explained in 18 charts”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bX4qU…

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Video: Igarapé Institute, 27 April 2018.

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