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Brazil and Peru have experienced high-profile bouts of unrest this year. And a combination of anti-incumbency sentiment, poor economic outlook and political inertia make prolonged periods of large and violent protests likely elsewhere in the Americas region for the remainder of 2023.
In this briefing, we will discuss which countries are most at risk of a civil unrest crisis this year, the main triggers for such crises, as well as the impact these are likely to have on regional supply chains.
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This will take place on Thursday, 18 May 2023 at 1600hrs London / 1700hrs Paris / 1100hrs New York / 1900hrs Dubai.
We look forward to you joining. Places are limited and preference will be given to Dragonfly clients. This briefing will be available to clients who are not able to attend via the SIAS website as a recording following the live session.Register my interest
Image: Demonstrators clash with riot police during a protest against the government of Dina Boluarte asking for her resignation and the closure of Congress, in Lima on January 24, 2023. (Photo by ERNESTO BENAVIDES / AFP) (Photo by ERNESTO BENAVIDES/AFP via Getty Images)