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Project on Strengthening Evidence Based Decision Making for Citizen Security in the Caribbean

 

In August, 2017, ICPC was mandated by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to conduct an Assessment of National and Regional Crime Observation and Analysis for Evidence Based Youth Crime and Violence Prevention Programmes in three Caribbean countries: Guyana, Saint-Kitts-and-Nevis and Saint-Lucia.

 

This mandate is part of the broader three-year CariSECURE (Strengthening Evidence Based Decision Making for Citizen Security in the Caribbean) project, a component of the USAID-funded Youth Empowerment Services (YES) project. The goal of the CariSECURE project is to improve youth crime and violence policy-making and programming in the Southern and Eastern Caribbean through the use of quality, comparable and reliable national citizen security information.

 

ICPC’s team will be composed of Ariane de Palacio (Team leader) and Pier-Alexandre Lemaire (Expert) and will conduct its mission during a 4-week mission in the Fall of 2017.