Report First Citizen Security Week

The First Citizen Security Week opened a space for high-level discussion and exchange of experiences and best practices that can contribute to improving citizen security, social cohesion and justice. At the same time, it promotes effective governance in the framework of the work and fulfillment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially SDG 16 on peace, security and justice.

Event attendees included ministers, vice ministers and senior functionaries responsible for public policies on citizen security, justice and violence prevention in the region. This further included the participation of representatives of national and local governments, national and international experts, institutes and statistical offices, business sector and civil society, as well as representatives of USAID and UNDP.


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