The project was aimed at the comparative assessment of self-report surveys carried out on national samples in the Czech Republic, Estonia and Hungary with a view to exploring risk factors of juvenile criminality as well as to identify protective factors against it.
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- Czech Republic
- Youth crime
This study set out to consider whether residential streets could serve as shared spaces where residents and sex workers could coexist, drawing on research in residential neighbourhoods in five cities in England and Scotland.
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- United Kingdom
The case study is about the housing situation in Frankfurt/Main and it's impact on the integration and segregation of migrants. It also presents projects and measures to improve the situation.
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A work programme of the Federal Ministry of the Interior for the German EU Presidency in the first half of 2007 to fight international terrorism and cross-border crime more effectively, manage migration
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The objective of this project has been to examine the nature and scale of organized armed violence in urban areas in Canada and to explore the value of bringing a human security lens to the challenges posed by cities. It is hosted by the Canadian Consortium on Human Security (CCHS) hosted by the University of British Columbia (UBC), and the Human Security Research and Outreach Program supported by Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT).
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- European Union