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
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 (www.conference.human-security.info/firstcall). The previous edition
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)
Western Balkan route seems to be the most popular among refugees and therefore this brief pays special attention to the mentioned route and some key problems refugees and migrants are faced with on their way. This issue of the HS Brief follows the
The Third International Academic Human Security Conference (#HS16CONF) will be held within the premises of Rectorate building of the University of Belgrade.
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
The Organizing Committee of the third international Human security Conference, have announced the first call for abstract submission. The Conference will provide an opportunity and an interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most pressing issues, the
The Organizing Committee for the third academic international Conference on Human Security has been established. The Conference is going to be organized by the Human Security Research Centre under the auspices Faculty of Security studies at University of Belgrade. A new website