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pdf Using Evidence to Improve Refugee Resettlement Popular

Por Etiquetado en Julio2020, Novedades 155 descargas

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MPIE_Resettlement-MonitoringEval-Final.pdf

Using Evidence to Improve Refugee Resettlement

Título completo: Using Evidence to Improve Refugee Resettlement

Fecha de publicación: Junio 2020

Institución participante: Migration Policy Institute Europe, European Union

Fragmento original: Executive Summary

There has been a huge flurry of activity around refugee resettlement over the last five years, with many countries launching resettlement programmes for the first time or scaling up existing efforts. Within the European Union, resettlement has become a bona fide priority and, with a New Pact on Migration and Asylum on the horizon, it could take on even more importance. In addition, the move by the United States— the biggest resettlement player until 2018—to drastically reduce its refugee admissions has left other countries in the lead in global efforts to address displacement. But to ensure the sustainability of both old and new resettlement programmes, it is essential for policymakers and programme designers to take stock of lessons learnt and be able to demonstrate the merits of their activities and design choices.

Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is the missing link. Many countries’ resettlement systems do not have a strong M&E culture, but developing one can help policymakers and programme designers assess a programme’s potential to fulfil its strategic and operational objectives. It can also improve understanding of obstacles—both what they are and how to overcome them—and lead to better outcomes for refugees and communities in countries of resettlement and first asylum. More broadly, M&E can support resettlement systems in three key ways

pdf Reportes policiales y 911: alternativas para medir el fenómeno criminal Popular

Por Etiquetado en Julio2020, Novedades 735 descargas

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Mexico-Evalua-reportes- 911.pdf

Reportes policiales y 911: alternativas para medir el fenómeno criminal

Título completo: Reportes policiales y 911: alternativas para medir el fenómeno criminal

Autor: Alan López

Fecha de publicación: Agosto 2020

Institución participante: México Evalúa

Fragmento original: 

Las carpetas de investigación y las encuestas de victimización, las dos principales vías para medir la incidencia delictiva en México, tienen limitantes que afectan su confiabilidad y, por tanto, el diseño de estrategias de seguridad. Actualmente sólo el 6.8% de los delitos cometidos en el país generan estadísticas criminales. Es urgente mejorar la calidad de estos datos, pero también es factible complementarlos con dos fuentes de información adicionales: las llamadas de emergencia y los reportes policiales. El objetivo de este trabajo es visibilizar el potencial que tienen estas fuentes para medir el fenómeno criminal, y plantear una hoja de ruta sobre los cambios normativos y administrativos necesarios para comenzar a construir una alternativa de medición. Avanzar por este camino implica, entre otros pasos, la homologación del catálogo de estadísticas criminales del 911 y los reportes policiales, de suerte que resulten compatibles mediante un número único de identificación, y la creación de Unidades de Análisis de la Información en los Centros de Atención de Llamadas de Emergencia y las policías.

pdf Radiografía de la ominosa presencia de los carteles mexicanos Popular

Por Etiquetado en Julio2020, Novedades 2277 descargas

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Informe-carteles-mexicanos-en-Colombia-PARES-2020.pdf

Radiografía de la ominosa presencia de los carteles mexicanos

Título completo: Radiografía de la ominosa presencia de los carteles mexicanos

Fecha de publicación: 2020

Institución participante: Pares: Fundación Paz y Reconciliación

Fragmento original: 

El primer apartado de este documento se enfoca una aproximación al fenómeno del crimen organizado en México, enfocándose, ante todo, en los carteles y su funcionamiento; lo que ofrece elementos analíticos en torno a las dinámicas organizativas y de violencia que, eventualmente, puedan proyectar en Colombia. El segundo apartado se adentra en la relación de carteles mexicanos en Colombia y la manera en que se han llegado a reconfigurar los mercados ilegales y de la violencia en el país. Esboza, por tanto, un abordaje analítico de esta relación territorial a través de tres elementos. El primero tiene que ver con la financiación y la articulación que se ha rastreado en diversos territorios colombianos donde, de manera particular, coinciden con la presencia de cultivos de hoja de coca. El segundo se enfoca en la expansión de los carteles mexicanos en el país, para lo cual toma como indicador las capturas de personas provenientes de México, pero también de otros países de Centroamérica por lavado de activos y tráfico de estupefacientes. El último elemento, el tercero, toma expresiones territoriales que se han podido identificar y que ofrecen “pistas” para entender la compleja relación entre grupos armados colombianos y carteles mexicanos.

pdf The Capacity to Combat Corruption (CCC) Index 2020 Popular

Por Etiquetado en Julio2020, Novedades 255 descargas

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Indice-Corrupcion.pdf

The Capacity to Combat Corruption (CCC) Index 2020

Título completo: The Capacity to Combat Corruption (CCC) Index Assessing Latin America’s ability to detect, punish and prevent corruption amid covid-19

Fecha de publicación: 2020

Institución participante: AS/COA, Control Risks

Fragmento original: 

Covid-19 is posing unprecedented challenges to Latin America, including its efforts to combat corruption. All countries in the region have been forced to swiftly mobilize massive resources to fight the virus and to mitigate its economic fallout. Governments have been scrambling to import ventilators from around the globe, expand ICU capacity, roll out enormous financial stimulus packages, help large swathes of the private sector to stay afloat, and more. In this environment of emergency spending, relaxed controls and remote working, the risk of corruption and mismanagement of funds has increased.

The timing of the pandemic is also particularly troubling. covid-19 is hitting Latin America at a moment when the region-wide anti-corruption wave of recent years is losing force and, in some places, is dangerously receding. 

pdf A Criminal Culture Extortion in Central America Popular

Por Etiquetado en Julio2020, Novedades 307 descargas

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Central-American-Extortion-Report-English-03May.pdf

A Criminal Culture Extortion in Central America

Título completo: An InSight Crime–Global Initiative Report A Criminal Culture EXTORTION IN CENTRAL AMERICA

Fecha de publicación: May 2019

Institución participante: The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

Fragmento original: Executive summary

In parts of Central America, extortion has become so endemic that it is now a feature of the daily socio-economic life of citizens, businesses and the fabric of the state. The pervasive impunity and weakness of state institutions to combat extortion have meant that, for many central American communities, extortion, or the threat of it, has become a normalized facet of life – a form of violent, omnipresent, criminally enforced taxation – and its effects are far-reaching on a personal, economic and societal level.

For the violent, armed street gangs that continually threaten and harass communities in the Northern Triangle countries (El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras) – a region that is the main focus of this report – the extortion market is the main security threat to those countries and one of the principal sources of criminal income. These gangs have bred a criminal regional economy on such a scale that extortion forms a sizeable tranche of some Northern Triangle countries’ GDP. The revenue from extortion has provided some gangs in the region with a solid economic operating base, and at the same time allowed them to diversify into other criminal enterprises, including drug trafficking, and human smuggling and trafficking, which means that they have consolidated their influence over broader transnational organized-crime networks operating in the region. Meanwhile, extortion revenue is laundered through investments in formal businesses, extending the gangs’ economic stranglehold over the communities they target.

pdf Ranking money laundering and terrorist financing risks around the world Popular

Por Etiquetado en Julio2020, Novedades 248 descargas

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basel_aml_index_2020_web.pdf

Ranking money laundering and terrorist financing risks around the world

Título completo: Basel AML Index: 9th Public Edition, Ranking money laundering and terrorist financing risks around the world

Fecha de publicación: Julio 2020

Institución participante: Basel Institute on Governance

Fragmento original:  Introduction

This report accompanies the 9th Public Edition of the Basel AML Index. Published annually since 2012, it remains the only independent, research-based index by a non-profit organisation ranking countries according to their risk of money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF). The Basel AML Index measures the risk of ML/TF in countries around the world. Risk is defined broadly as a country’s vulnerability to ML/TF and its capacities to counter it. It does not measure the actual amount of ML/TF activity in a country.