New European Journal of Human Security is now available

Human Security Research Center announces that the latest issue of the European Journal of Human Security is now available. FROM EDITORIAL It is with great pleasure that we present the second issue of the European Journal of Human Security (EJHS). The first

Members of IC4HS Scientific Committee Introduced

The Orgnizing Committee of the 4th International Academic Conference on Human Security (#IC4HS), has a pleasure to announce the list of members of the Scientific Committee for the forthcoming event. The Scientific Committee will be composed of the following members: Dr Božidar Banović, Full

Human Security Conference 2016 Proceedings published!

The Organizing Committee of the third International Academic Human Security Conference is delighted to announce that Proceedings of papers from the Conference held in November 2016, has been published. We would like to thank to all participants, reviewers, members of scientifict Committee and volunteers,

Introducing the Method Workshop

Our Conference will host a Method Workshop event in which two prominent experts will engage into methodological research issues, especially in Human Security area. This workshop aims to give an introduction on the following two techniques and how they may be combined

Spectators registration begins

The Third International Academic Human Security Conference will take place in Belgrade (Serbia), on November 4/5. The Organizing Committee, hereby would like to invite all potential spectators interested in human security, and the topics of this year`s Conference ( The previous edition

The review process still ongoing

The Organizing Committee of the third International Academic Human Security Conference would like to announce that the first phase of the articles review process is almost finished. The Committee are now informing all esteemed authors (for which both reviews had been received)

First edition of the Human Security Brief published!

In 2015, more than a million migrants and refugees reached mainland Europe. This trend continues in 2016 – in the first two months of the year nearly 140,000 reached Europe. The majority of them came by the sea, via Turkey to Greece

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