Urban violence

N119-Jul 21

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Urban violenceRecognising and managing conflicts

In recent years, we have witnessed the emergence of new forms of protest that have often spiralled into street violence. They are different types of outbursts that have ended in riots,...

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Urban violenceThe new social violence

The social sciences often associate the violence that is manifested on the street with an organisation, a social movement or an ideology. The new forms of protest are more difficult to...

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Urban violenceA security model that builds trust

Does the paradigm of traditional security, with territorial integrity, national sovereignty and public order as assets to be protected, suffice to tackle emerging challenges? It is a...

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Urban violenceViolence, amidst noise and silence

We cannot discuss the violence of young people without considering the position or the discourses on the basis of which they have previously felt violated. Violence can constitute the...

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Urban violenceChanges and trends in the perception of security

Conflict is inherent to life in society, and the pursuit of security in coexistence is a universal need. Zero risk is impossible. The causes of conflict evolve and, with them, so do the...

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Urban violenceBehind Barcelona’s barricades

Does the burning of rubbish bins as a form of protest on the streets of Barcelona correspond to flames of social revolt that evoke the spirit of the Rose of Fire? Or, on the contrary, do...

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Urban violenceThe Pablo Hasél ruckus

Certain collective actions carried out in the streets and squares of our cities are expressions of defiance that can take the conflictive nature, by definition, of the urban space and...

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