PROJECT

Born in 2016, the project aims to collect and compute data on situations of violence in the 16 communities of Maré, especially on armed conflicts. Information on armed clashes and violations of rights collected by Redes da Maré over the past three years shows repeated situations of violence, as shown in the data below.

Our proposal is that every year the data shall be updated in a new report. At the same time, research has been conducted with public agencies and mass media to understand the impact of violence on the lives of Maré’s residents.

 

 

 

 

3rd edition | Report on Public Security in Maré | 2018 Data

According to the third edition of the publication, in 2018, there were 16 police operations in Maré, with 24 deaths due to police intervention and 10 days of suspended activities in public services. SEE PDF

2nd edition | Report on Public Security in Maré | 2017 Data 

The 2nd report provided data for 2017, when 41 police operations took place in Maré, 42 homicides during armed clashes, 35 days without classes and 45 days without health posts.  SEE PDF (in portuguese)

1st edition | Report on Public Security in Maré | 2016 Data

The 2016 data pointed to 33 police operations in Maré, with 17 deaths due to police intervention and 20 days of suspended activities in public services.   SEE PDF (in portuguese)

sponsors

Fundação Ford
Action Aid

LOCAl partners

16 Residents Associations of Maré

 

 

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