In everyday life, violence is a part of daily coexistence, in the personal, family, school, relational or social contexts of participation, unequal power relationships arise, from one person over another, either through physical force, intelligence, possession of material objects, affections or emotions.

The most common problems that neighbors face are determined by conflicts of citizen coexistence: disturbance by noise from a neighbor, from bars or streets, especially in nightlife areas; because of problems with domestic animals; sidewalks or pedestrian spaces or because of bicycles and scooters.

In all cities, daily life is threatened by various forms of direct violence that act with unequal intensity: those related to social inequality, such as racial, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender or identity discrimination; those that take place in private or public spaces, multitudinous sports events, children’s and youth competitions or leisure spaces; those linked to the neglect of the elderly; those that are the product of mobility; those that originate in social networks, on television or in films.

On the other hand, we suffer more extreme violence, due to patrimonial crimes, as well as the organized crime linked to drugs, weapons or people trafficking.