Load low-bandwidth site?
Help

Regional shortcomings and global solutions: Kidnap, ransom and insurance in Latin America

Published:
1 January 2008
Region:
Central and South America
Topics:

Share this:

Regional shortcomings and global solutions: Kidnap, ransom and insurance in Latin America

Through her article called “Regional shortcomings and global solutions: Kidnap, ransom and insurance in Latin America” (2008), Samantha Kenney explores the problematic links between insurance companies and the fact that the relatives of a kidnapped person can pay the ransom in Latin America.

Related:

Effectiveness of Anti-Piracy Measures: What Next in the Strait of Malacca

This presentation briefly outlines the main considerations that Indonesia finds significant regarding the issue of piracy in the Strait of Malacca.

GISF Forum Notes: Rome, September 2019

Notes from the GISF Members' Forum in Rome, September 2019.

NGO Risk Management Principles and Promising Practice

This handbook is meant to serve as a primer and quick reference tool for humanitarian organizations on the basic principles of risk management. The handbook draws upon the findings of a 2016 study, NGOs and Risk.