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Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development

 

The Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development is a diplomatic initiative aimed at addressing the interrelations between armed violence and development. The Geneva Declaration strives to achieve measurable reductions in the global burden of armed violence and improvements in human security by 2015. The Small Arms Survey hosts the Secretariat of the Declaration.

Please visit the Geneva Declaration website for more information on the Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development.

  • Implementing the Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development. Handbook. Published by Geneva Declaration Secretariat. April 2014. (Summary available in English and Spanish).

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  • Instruments of Violence: Weapons Control Efforts to Reduce and Prevent Armed Violence, April 2014, by Marcus Wilson, published by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat.  Policy Paper No.3. (also available in French).

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  • Surviving Armed Violence, April 2014, by Mireille Widmer, published by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat.  Policy Paper No.2. (also available in French and Spanish).

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  • Inclusive Security, Inclusive Cities, April 2014, by Emilia Frost and Matthias Nowak, published by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat.  Policy Paper No.1. (also available in French and Spanish). 

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  • Urban Armed Violence, November 2012. Research Note No. 23, Armed Violence. 

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  • Tracking National Homicide Rates: Generating Estimates Using Vital Registration Data, November 2012, Armed Violence Issue Brief No. 1 (see also Annexe 1, Annexe 2, Annexe 3).

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  • Reducing Armed Violence, Enabling Development, July 2012. Research Note No. 19, Armed Violence.

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  • Guatemala en la encrucijada. Panorama de una violencia transformada (in Spanish), by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat, CERAC, and the Small Arms Survey (Executive Summary in English and Spanish, and Press Release in English and Spanish also available). Published by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat and CERAC.

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  • Armed Violence: Spotlight on Lethal Effects, May 2012. Research Note No. 17, Armed Violence.

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  • Femicide: A Global Problem, February 2012. Research Note No. 14, Armed Violence. (also available in Arabic)

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  • A Deadly Cycle: Ethno-Religious Conflict in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria by Jana Krause, published by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat, November 2011. (An Executive Summary is also available)

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  • Global Burden of Armed Violence 2011: Lethal Encounters, by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat. Published by Cambridge University Press. October 2011.

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  • Working Against Violence: Promising Practices in Armed Violence Reduction and Prevention, by Paul Eavis, published by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat, October 2011 (also available in Spanish).

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  • Contributing Evidence to Programming: Armed Violence Monitoring Systems, by Elisabeth Gilgen and Lauren Tracey, published by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat, September 2011. 

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  • Tackling Violence against Women: From Knowledge to Practical Initiatives, by Jennifer Milliken with Elisabeth Gilgen and Jasna Lazaravic, published by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat, June 2011. 

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  • Urban Violence in an Urban Village: A Case Study of Dili, Timor-Leste, edited by Robert Muggah, October 2010

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  • Understanding Violence: The Role of Injury Surveillance Systems in Africa, by Diego E. Zavala and Jennifer M. Hazen, November 2009

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  • 'Insecurity Is Also a War': An Assessment of Armed Violence in Burundi, by Stéphanie Pézard and Savannah de Tessières, October 2009 (also available in French)

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  • Global Burden of Armed Violence 2008, by the Geneva Declaration Secretariat, September 2008.

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  • Armed Violence Prevention and Reduction: A Challenge for Achieving the Millennium Development Goals, by Keith Krause and Robert Muggah, June 2008

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