Human Security Research Center announces that the latest issue of the European Journal of Human Security is now available.
It is with great pleasure that we present the second issue of the European Journal of Human Security (EJHS). The first and the second issue of our Journal are both intended to familiarise the readers with EJHS’s concept and editorial policy, aimed at creating and fostering favourable conditions for the journal to distinguish itself among scholarly journals and publications in the field of security studies in its broadest sense. By meeting the highest scholarly criteria and obeying the methodological standards and rules of clear and effective communication, EJHS endeavours to provide its potential contributors with an opportunity and platform to present their research on the multifaceted concept of human security, exchange their opinions and results with other participants in this debate and contribute to a better understanding and definition of human security as one of the most important contemporary issues. In order to initiate and stimulate broad and in-depth discussions, EJHS advocates a multidisciplinary as well as interdisciplinary approach to this concept, imposing no limits as long as the concept of human security is at its very centre.
IN THIS NUMBER:
- Some Remarks on the Theory and Practice in Human Security Studies – Ivica Lj. Đorđević, Rastko Močnik
- Reconsidering Security Predicament of Weak States in the Context of Human Security and Societal Security – Bülent Sarper Ağır
- Human Security in Cyberspace and Climate Change: A Reflection from the European High North – Kamrul Hossain
- Repatriarchalization of Young Mothers in Serbia Today – Presence of the Multiple Layers of Oppression that Create “Female Destiny” – Nada M. Sekulić
Free access to the full 2/2018 issue of the European Journal of Human Security is available here: EJHS2
ABOUT THE HSRC
The Human Security Research Center (HSRC) is a research unit of the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Security Studies for the field of human security. In addition to numerous other activities conducted by the Center, it has begun publishing the European Journal of Human Security (EJHS), dealing with one of the most important topics of the contemporary world – the security of human beings.