The principal findings and policy challenges of the three Latin American cases considered by CRISE are presented here. The underlying goal of the research was to understand the role of horizontal or group inequality in the overall acute and long-lasting inequality of the countries studied, and the relevance of group inequality to political violence. The three countries selected were the ones with the largest indigenous populations in proportionate terms: Bolivia, Guatemala and Peru.
CRISE In Brief 4. Group Inequalities and Political Violence: Policy Challenges and Priorities in Bolivia, Guatemala and Peru