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|All Authors / Contributors:||Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva, Switzerland); Small Arms Survey.|
|Notes:||At head of cover: A project of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva.|
|Description:||vii, 343 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||1. Emerging from obscurity: the global ammunition trade; 2. Controlling air transport: practice, options, and challenges; Photo essay: gang life: between belonging and exclusion; 3. Gangs, groups, and guns: an overview; 4. Elusive arsenals: gang and group firearms; 5. Gang violence worldwide: context, culture, and country; 6. The danger of dungeons: prison gangs and incarcerated militant groups; 7. The other half: girls in gangs; 8. An Ecuadorian alternative: gang reintegration; 9. Getting past suppression: street gang interventions; 10. Force multiplier: pro-government armed groups; 11. Back to the brink: armed violence in southern Sudan; 12. Options for engagement: armed groups and humanitarian norms.|
'As demonstrated in the Small Arms Survey 2010, addressing the factors that trigger conflicts and fuel gang violence has a much more lasting - and constructive - impact than simply incarcerating or