The Atlas of Security and Defense of Mexico 2016 is a research project that compiles analytical articles and statistical information related to national and public security, violence, the fight against criminal organizations and human rights violations in Mexico.
The Joint Analysis of the Strategic Analysis Center of the Army of the Future Transformation Command (CAEEF) aims to systematize and analyze, through a mixed method, media information about: peace processes in Colombia, vulnerabilities and threats To national security and the image and reputation of the Force
RESDAL participated as moderator and facilitator of the Regional Program - Training Workshop on Gender and Security and the Implementation of Resolution 1325 of the UN Security Council, organized by ECLAC and the Ministry of Defense of Chile in the CECOPAC from 27 to 29 July. The Workshop had 90 participants from more than 20 countries in the region.
Atlas of Security and Defense of Mexico 2016
The Analysis of the Conjuncture of CAEEF
RESDAL in Training Workshop of Gender - ECLAC
Contributing to the process of the Inter-American Education Agenda
RESDAL participated in Atlantic Dialogues, in Morocco
Virginia M. “Ginny” Bouvier
It is with the deepest sadness that the U.S. Institute of Peace mourns the passing of Virginia M. “Ginny” Bouvier, the institute’s senior advisor for peace processes. Ginny passed away July 29, surrounded by her family, after a prolonged illness.
Ginny was the face—and essence—of USIP’s work on Colombia’s peace process for over a decade. More information
Every Friday we edit and disseminate among our subscribers this summary of the week’s main news stories related to issues such as military expenditures, the armed forces, drug trafficking, public security etc. The topics are presented according to the date of publication and on a country-per-country basis.
New professionals program
We support the capacitation of new generations by offering a space for learning and practical training through our internships at the Executive Secretary.
Results of the Network’s research in the area as well as tools for the capacitation of civil society organisations in relation to the promotion of citizen participation and increased transparency and efficiency in the management of the State’s resources
RESDAL contributes to transparency and cooperation mechanisms in multiple ways. See RESDAL’s activities in the framework of the Conferences of Defence Ministers of the Americas (CDMA), with information on this forum and the meetings held, which is also in this section
Special section dedicated to information, interaction, and reflection on the topic of a gender perspective in international peace operations and in post-conflict societies, with a focus on sharing experiences and lessons learned.
RESDAL carries out various defence-related programs. Among them, the Comparative Atlas of Defence in Latin America and Caribbean, a regional source of data for understanding the reality of regional defence. You will also find the results of our research on military education, military justice, defence ministries and parliamentary commissions.
See the Network’s actions in relation to what is a central theme on the regional agenda as a consequence of the rise in criminality. Find information on political-institutional control of public security, its relation with the judicial sector, judicial bodies, the State’s actions in relation to crime, prevention programs, budgets, the role of the armed forces, private security, and crime statistics.
Transparency and budgets
Trust and regional cooperation
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