Local Economic Development, Micro-entreprise and Crime Reduction: Lessons from Cali, Colombia
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This Policy Brief argues that successful initiatives to tackle Cali’s exceptionally high homicide rates also have potential for local economic development, and suggests ways that the significant value-added by informal enterprises can be harnessed to achieve wider economic objectives. It examines innovations in supporting micro-enterprise and crime reduction in Cali and the lessons for local economic development (LED), local government policy and NGO agendas.
CitationLocal Economic Development, Micro-entreprise and Crime Reduction: Lessons from Cali, Colombia, Discussion Paper 31, UN-Habitat
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