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The 2015 Mexico Peace Index results map shows levels of peace in all 32 Mexican states.
Timeline of peace
This annotated timeline shows the changes in peace in Mexico.
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Mexico has become slightly less violent over the last few years, however most states still face enormous barriers to peace. We take a look at the data and breakdown why Mexico has improved so much, and what challenges lie ahead.
The Mexico Peace Index media pack includes a media release, infographics, images, social links and more.
The 2015 Mexico Peace Index Report shows that Mexico has become less violent over the last three years due to a dramatic decrease in the number of homicides
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