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Stability: International Journal of Security and Development
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Journal
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171 Publications
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OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)
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http://www.stabilityjournal.org/jms/oai

 

  • Breaking Down Walls: New Solutions for More Effective Urban Crime Prevention in South African Cities

    Marks, Monique Michal; Overall, Chris (2015)
    In the late apartheid period South African suburbs began to change dramatically in both their appearance and design. Essentially, housing was designed with the aim of keeping intruders out. This included constructing increasingly high walls, implementing electrified fences and laser beams. Alongside these ‘investments’ and design innovations came the massive growth of the private security industry. A new mentality emerged which focused on the fortification of home and office space. Initially,...

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    Vandemoortele, Antoine (2017)
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    External Police Oversight in Mexico: Experiences, Challenges, and Lessons Learned

    Guzmán-Sánchez, Rubén; Espriu-Guerra, Alejandro (2014)
    After nearly 20 years of ‘reformist’ measures, the police in Mexico continues to be an ineffective, unreliable, and ‘far from citizen’ institution. The efforts made so far have faded amongst political interests and agendas; multidimensional frameworks out-dated at both conceptual and interagency levels; short-sighted competition for resources; evaluation and performance monitors that are handicapped by bureaucratic inaction; and weak transparency and accountability that perpetuate the opacity...

    ‘It’s Not a Gift When It Comes with Price’: A Qualitative Study of Transactional Sex between UN Peacekeepers and Haitian Citizens

    Athena Rebecca Kolbe (2015)
    Sexual exploitation of civilians by peacekeepers undermines the fragile stability established in post-conflict settings. Despite this, it continues to be an ongoing problem for peacekeeping missions worldwide. Efforts to respond to sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) have focused on the establishment of rules prohibiting this behavior, condom distribution, and the training of peacekeepers before and during deployment. In an effort to further our understanding of ...
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