Crimen, violencia, y conflicto

Crimen y la violencia son los principales factores que impiden el desarrollo económico. Al mismo tiempo, los esfuerzos para controlar el crimen imponen importantes costes en la sociedad. Nuestros afiliados explorar menor costo y los métodos más humanos de la reducción de la delincuencia y la violencia, y también estudian maneras de reformar los sistemas de justicia penal.
Sule Alan talks to children in a classroom in Turkey.
Policy Publication

Understanding Each Other: Improving Inter-Ethnic Cohesion in Schools in Turkey

An interactive classroom program encouraging students to consider one another’s perspectives in Turkey lowered peer violence, improved relationships between refugee and Turkish students, and increased prosocial behaviors like trust, cooperation, and altruism.

Sector Chairs

Co-Chair, Crime, Violence, and Conflict

Ramalee E. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies

University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy

Co-Chair, Crime, Violence, and Conflict

Philip K. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies

University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy

Sector Contacts

Headshot of Aimee Barnes

Policy Associate , J-PAL Global

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Policy Manager, J-PAL Global

Senior Policy Associate, J-PAL Global