How organised crime governs: gangs and institutions in Medellin
Despite the prevalence of “criminal governance” in cities around the world, there is very little information available to policymakers about effective strategies to reduce the influence of urban armed groups. Santiago Tobon, (Innovations for Poverty Action and Universidad EAFIT, Columbia), explains the work EDI is doing to fill this knowledge gap:
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