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Cycling activist Aline Cavalcante is confronting the supremacy of cars in Brazil's largest city.
A young man from Cali, Colombia, goes from gang member to community leader and peacemaker.
The region accounts for 8 percent of the world's population, but a third of its homicides. A new issue of AQ showcases inspiring people working to change that.
AQ's editor-in-chief and a panel of experts will discuss insights from our new issue in Mexico City.
A small but meaningful initiative in Mexico shows how the private sector can help address crime.
An innovative new program identifies potential murder victims — and whisks them away before it’s too late.
A small but meaningful initiative in Mexico shows how the private sector can help address crime.
In a murder-plagued Brazilian city, a legislator pushes against popular clamor for hard-line enforcement.
A new study shows that violence costs Brazil more than 4 percent of GDP. Here's how security policy could be more cost-effective.
Soaring coca cultivation and a troubled peace deal will demand attention, but most voters are worried about other priorities.

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