Organized crime in Latin America

A Talk by Diorella Islas, Jorge M. Lasmar, Rashmi Singh and Dr. Fernando Zarabozo Fernando Gabriel Zarabozo
Women In International Security, European Center for Security Studies "George C. Marshall"

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In this session, Fernando Gabriel Zarabozo will present his paper on the evolution of organized crime actors in Argentina and the need to redesign the country’s organized crime strategy. After this intervention, Rodrigo Morenoce will present on Ecuador’s ‘mano-durismo’ (tough on crime policies) and rise in its prison population, as well as the impact of organized crime on increasing prison violence. Jorge M. Lasmar and Rashmi Singh will deliver a presentation on the evolving nature of illicit financial flows in South America’s two ‘Tri-Border Areas’ (TBA) in combatting national responses to organized crime. The session will conclude with a presentation by Victor Cepeda, who will speak about ‘transnational illicit trade’ (TIT) in Brazil’s Northern and Central Arc.

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Diorella Islas

International Fellow at Women in International Security and Deputy Director of Strategic Studies at the Ministry of Security in Mexico

Dr. Fernando Zarabozo Fernando Gabriel Zarabozo

Criminal Lawyer Expert in Counter Organized Crime Policies Master in Públic Policy Master in Strategic Studies Specialist in Strategic Intelligence Analysis


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