HomeEvento: Crimen organizado en el Cono Sur: de los clanes al ascenso del PCC

Evento: Crimen organizado en el Cono Sur: de los clanes al ascenso del PCC

6 FEB 2020 EN

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Crimen organizado en el Cono Sur: de los clanes al ascenso del PCC

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En menos de treinta años, el Primer Comando de la Capital (Primeiro Comando da Capital, PCC) ha pasado de ser un grupo conformado por un puñado de presos a convertirse en una poderosa organización criminal transnacional (OCT) que opera en Brasil y Paraguay y tiene contactos en todo el resto de Suramérica. En este evento se discutirán las causas y consecuencias de la evolución y propagación del PCC, así como la creciente imitación de su modelo organizativo por parte de otros grupos del crimen organizado.

5 de Marzo de 2020, Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tucumán 1845 Salón San Ignacio de Loyola
6:00 p.m. a 9:00 p.m. (hora local Argentina)
Evento en español. Transmisión en vivo a través de Facebook live
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