The Humanitarian Implications of Non-Conventional Violence in the Northern Triangle of Central America and Mexico

CPPF’s Sabrina Stein and consultant Colin Walch (Uppsala University) drafted the report titled “The Humanitarian Implications of Non-Conventional Violence in the Northern Triangle of Central America and Mexico” (in Spanish). The report, produced at the request of OCHA’s Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (ROLAC), examines how the endemic levels of violence in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico impact vulnerable populations differently, what have been the challenges for the humanitarian community in providing assistance to these groups, and provides a series of recommendations to better address the humanitarian needs in the region. While the body of the report focuses on the humanitarian aspects of this violence, the annexes present an in-depth examination of the context and dynamics where this violence is taking place.

Title
The Humanitarian Implications of Non-Conventional Violence in the Northern Triangle of Central America and Mexico
Author
Stein, Sabrina
Published
Social Science Research Council, 15 May 2016
Citation
The Humanitarian Implications of Non-Conventional Violence in the Northern Triangle of Central America and Mexico, Stein, Sabrina (Social Science Research Council, 15 May 2016).