Por qué importan las incautaciones de drogas: Policía discriminatoria y violencia en los mercados de drogas de Brasil

Amsterdam :

24 de enero de 2020 15h30 :

CEDLA Lecture :

Why drug seizures matter : Discriminatory policing and violence on Brazil’s drug markets /

Jean Daudelin, The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University

Recife is a large and extremely violent metropolis in Brazil’s poor Northeastern region. Much of that violence, according both to authorities and drug market participants, is tied to the workings of a large market for illicit drugs. Building on extensive fieldwork and an original dataset that collates all official drug seizures in the city since 2001, this presentation documents the extent to which policing reinforces dynamics that concentrate violence in the markets catering to the poor, while helping middle-class ones remain remarkable devoid of tension.

This research is realized with José Luiz Ratton (Federal University of Pernambuco), together we published the book «Illegal Markets, Violence and Inequality» (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018).

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