Seguridad Ciudadana en América Latina

Las mejoras en economía quedan lastradas por el aumento de la violencia y la inseguridad

[…] There is a paradox at the center of Latin American ́s criminal violence challenge. During the 2000s, there were important improvements – reductions in poverty (more than 80 million people rose above the poverty line from 2003-2012), declines in income inequality (over 14 countries experienced declines in Gini coefficient) and the expansion of the middle class and wider social and economic well-being. Yet at the same time, the prevalence of violence also rose in most countries, with few exceptions. This contradiction – rising well-being and rising violence – suggests a high degree of complexity.[…]

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