It was June 28, 1969. At that time, there was a concentration of bars and venues frequented by LGBTIQ+ individuals located in New York’s East Village neighborhood. They were illegal establishments and, for the most part, controlled by the mob. Police harassment was frequent, with periodic raids and arrests. This was so until June 28 at 1:30 a.m., when, during one of these … [Read more...] about How can justice systems mitigate violence against the LGBTIQ+ community?
Fabricio es economista graduado de la Universidad Central del Ecuador, Máster en Administración Pública y Gobierno por la Universidad Pompeu Fabra BSM de Cataluña. Cursó el Trade Academy Program 2016-2017 en Estocolomo - Suecia y el National Development Course 2015 en Taipéi - Taiwán. Actualmente es consultor en el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, en la División de Innovación para Servir al Ciudadano (ICS) en temas de Administración Pública, Seguridad Ciudadana y Justicia y Gobierno Electrónico, desde donde ha participado en el desarrollo de programas de cooperación y financiamiento con varios países de ALC ________________________________________________________________ Fabricio is an economist graduated from the Central University of Ecuador, Master in Public Administration and Government from the Pompeu Fabra BSM University of Catalonia. He attended the Trade Academy Program 2016-2017 in Stockholm - Sweden and the National Development Course 2015 in Taipei - Taiwan. He is currently a consultant at the Inter-American Development Bank, in the Division of Innovation for Citizen Services (ICS) on issues of Public Administration, Citizen Security and Justice and Electronic Government, from where he has participated in the development of cooperation and financing programs with several LAC countries