Conference Papers & Presentations

2014

Oligopoly of security providers in Rio de Janeiro
By Verena Brähler (August 2014)
Presented at panel “Rio’s current transformation in historical perspective”, BRASA XII, Kings College London

The Empty Shell of Shared Responsibility in Drug Control: A Case Study of Afghanistan and Colombia
By Jorrit Kamminga (June 2014)
Presented at panel “Russia and Afghanistan: The Heroin Supply Chain”, LINKSCH Conference, Grasping the Links in the Chain: Understanding the Unintended Consequences of International Counter-Narcotics Measures fpr the Europen Union, Brussels.

Transnational Security Challenges in National Context: El Salvador
By Kari Mariska Pries (June 2014)
Presented at panel “Chasing Demons or Creating Them? The Unintended Consequences of International Counter-Narcotics Policy in Latin America”, LINKSCH Conference, Grasping the Links in the Chain: Understanding the Unintended Consequences of International Counter-Narcotics Measures fpr the Europen Union, Brussels.

Oligopoly of Security Providers in Rio de Janeiro
By Verena Brähler (June 2014)
Presented at panel “Chasing Demons or Creating Them? The Unintended Consequences of International Counter-Narcotics Policy in Latin America”, LINKSCH Conference, Grasping the Links in the Chain: Understanding the Unintended Consequences of International Counter-Narcotics Measures fpr the Europen Union, Brussels.

Challenged National Sovereignty, Regional Coordination, and the Reality of Global Power: Security Policies and Global Dependence in Central America
By Kari Mariska Pries (March 2014)
Presented at International Studies Assocation (ISA) 2014, Toronto Canada: Spaces and Places – Geopolitics in an Era of Globalization, TC61: The New Regionalism
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Inequality of Security in Rio de Janeiro
By Verena Brähler (March 2014)
Presented at panel “Urban Violence and Conflict: Exploring the response to urban violence” at the HCRI/GURC Urban Risk and Humanitarian Response Conference, part of the International Conference on Urban Health, Manchester.

2013

Violence prevention as peacebuilding in post-conflict states: the case of the Salvadoran Gang Truce
By Kari Mariska Pries (October 2013)
Presented at Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA) 2013, Waterloo, Canada

Cultural Limits of Ethical Standards: Written Consent as an Obstacle for Research in Non-European Cultures
By Susan Flaemig (June 2013)
Presented at panel “Researching (In)security and Violence: Diffusion in Methodology” at the “Security Challenges in an Evolving World Conference”, International Studies Association & Peace Science Society, Budapest.

Use of Secondary Quantitative Data to Study Crime and Crime Perceptions: The Case of Public Punitiveness in Buenos Aires
By María Alejandra Otamendi (June 2013)
Presented at panel “Researching (In)security and Violence: Diffusion in Methodology” at the “Security Challenges in an Evolving World Conference”, International Studies Association & Peace Science Society, Budapest.

Gaining and Maintaning Access when Researching Security, Organised Crime and Violence
By Verena Brähler (June 2013)
Presented at panel “Researching (In)security and Violence: Diffusion in Methodology” at the “Security Challenges in an Evolving World Conference”, International Studies Association & Peace Science Society, Budapest.

From physical to symbolic urban periphery: the heterogeneity of the inner-slum
By Juan Carlos Ruiz (April 2013)
Presented at Panel P08 “Violence and affective states in contemporary Latin America” at the Society for Latin American Studies (SLAS) Annual Conference, Manchester.

2012

UK Embassy – The SICA Security Strategy in Central America
By Kari Mariska Pries (December 2012)
Presented at UK Embassy

Framing Violence and Success in Medellin
By Alexandra Abello Colak (October 2012)
Presented at ‘The Politics of Portrayal: a Seminar on the Forms and Functions of Representations of Violence’ Centre for Conflict Studies, in collaboration with EU Marie Curie SPBUILD Training Network, Utrecht University.

Políticas dirigidas a barrios y el derecho a la seguridad: lecciones del caso chileno
By Juan Carlos Ruiz (July 2012)
Presented at Panel 630 “Repensando la seguridad desde una perspectiva democrática y de derechos humanos” at the 54 International Congress of Americanists, Vienna.

Violencia y exclusión en Santiago de Chile
By Juan Carlos Ruiz (July 2012)
Presented at Panel 382 “Ciudades latinoamericanas. Desigualdad, segregación y tolerancia” at the 54 International Congress of Americanists, Vienna.

A Salvadoran Turnaround? The FMLN’s Response to Citizen Security Needs
By  Susan Hoppert-Flämig (July 2012)
Presented at 54 International Congress of Americanists, Vienna

Violence and marginalisation in Santiago de Chile
By Juan Carlos Ruiz (April 2012)
Presented at 6th Annual posgraduate interdisciplinary conference “Marginal cartographies: Researching beyond borders”. Department of Sociology, University of Warwick.

Rural-Urban Migration in Chiapas, Mexico: Antenatal Violence and the Disappearing of the Midwife
By Jenna Murray de López (February 2012)
Presented at Congreso Internacional Feminismo y Migración: Intervención Social y Acción Política

2011

Reflections on the Prospect of a Peace Studies Approach to Study Urban (In)Security in Latin America
By Alexandra Abello Colak (December 2011)
Presented at Workshop on Sustainable Peace: “Old and New Approaches”, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, University of Deusto and SPBuild Network. Bilbao, Spain.

Inecesárea: The Violence of Childbirth in Mexico, International Conference on Gendered Violence
By Jenna Murray de López (November 2011)

The Inequality of Security in Rio de Janeiro
By Verena Brähler (June 2011)
Presented at Violence & Insecurity Panel, PILAS Conference 2011, University of Cambridge.

2010

The Crisis of Forced Internal Displacement and the Struggle over the Right to Citizenship in Medellin
By Elizabeth Kerr (2010)
Presented at Workshop Panel “The Challenges of Access to Citizenship Rights”, Latin American Studies Association Conference (LASA)

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