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Violence in Mexico requires 'place-specific' solutions

2017 was Mexico's most violent year on record, with over 29,000 people killed. 2018 is set to be worse still. As Mexico elects a new president who is promising to bring security back to the country and stamp out corruption, we speak to Laura Calderon, a field coordinator with Justice in Mexico. She tells us what could and should be done and why the fight to regain control of the country is failing.

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Justice in Mexico is a US-based research unit that studies crime and violence and works with leading Mexican and international governmental and civic organisations to propose new polices to tackle the problem.

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