On June 1, USIP hosted a conversation with experts who have been at the forefront of regional efforts to reform Latin American security forces.
Keith Mines, introductory remarks
Director, Latin America Program, U.S. Institute of Peace
Dr. Gino Costa
Former Peruvian Congressman and Minister of the Interior
Dr. Hugo Frühling
Professor of Government, University of Chile
Dr. Ignacio Cano
Regional Security Expert and Author
Researcher, Equitas Colombia
Arturo Matute, moderator
Senior Citizen Security Advisor, U.S. Institute of Peace
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/policing-human-rights-and-social-protest-latin-america
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