Contents related to "Central and South America"

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    EISF Survey Extended

    News Item | October 1, 2019

    EISF has launched a global survey for its new research project Partnerships and Security Risk Management: From the local organisation perspective. The survey (available in Arabic, French, Spanish and English) is targeted at the personnel of local and national organisations, that have experience with partnerships with INGOs. It will be open until October 10th, 2019.

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    Survey Responses Required for EISF Research Project

    News Item | September 12, 2019

    EISF is launching a global survey for its new research project Partnerships and Security Risk Management: From the local organisation perspective. The survey (available in Arabic, French, Spanish and English) is targeted at the personnel of local and national organisations, that have experience with partnerships with INGOs. It will be open until October 10th, 2019.

  • Saving Guatemala's Fight Against Crime and Impunity

    Library Document | January 22, 2019

    This report delivers research by International Crisis Group, which has for the first time quantified the positive impact of the UN’s Commission against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG).

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    Venezuela: An Overview

    News Item | January 10, 2019

    This op-ed by Harry Chenevix-Trench gives an overview of the current situation in Venezuela.

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    Security resources in Spanish

    News Item | October 9, 2018

    PBI in Mexico have developed an online platform for security resources in Spanish.

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    Political unrest in Thailand and Venezuela

    News Item | February 21, 2014

    The last couple of weeks have seen a rise of political conflict with potential security ramifications to NGO`s operating in Thailand and Venezuela.

  • Haiti - the stakes of the post-quake elections

    Library Document | October 27, 2010

    This report relates to the reconstruction and political stability of Haiti in the aftermath of the first elections since the 2010 earthquake.

  • Crime, politics and violence in post-Earthquake Haiti

    Library Document | September 28, 2010

    Although violent crime has decreased since its height in 2005, the earthquake has created new vulnerabilities and fueled an increase in crime. This paper disusses these trends and states that if they are not properly managed, these risks could threaten the upcoming elections and reconstruction process.

  • Cautious Optimism for Peace in Colombia

    Library Document | September 15, 2010

    This PeaceBrief considers the swift move by new President Santos to meet leaders of neighbouring countries, and the surprising move by the leader of FARC in inviting Santos to enter dialogue without preconditions; it discusses the preference expressed by the Colombian government to negotiate independently with FARC rather than be mediated by UNASUR. The report also discusses challenges ahead, including the seemingly extensive conditions set out by the Government, and the reluctance of FARC to halt violence whilst in negotiations.

  • Humanitarian Exchange Journal 45: Colombia

    Library Document | December 1, 2009

    Humanitarian Exchange 45 focuses on the humanitarian situation in Colombia and includes reports on: implementing humanitarian reform; military participation; the landmine crisis; displacement and return; and anti-narcotics policy and security.