28 Feb 2014
The focus of 2013 Human Security Report is the growing debate over whether the long-term threat of violence—war, terrorism, and homicide—has been decreasing or increasing worldwide.
Category: HSRP News
10 Oct 2012
The 2012 Human Security Report sheds new light on the human costs of war. It argues that widely held beliefs about wartime sexual violence and the impact of war on education are one-sided and sometimes flat-out wrong.
26 Sep 2012
Stay tuned for the release of the new Human Security Report 2012: Sexual Violence, Education, and War: Beyond the Mainstream Narrative to be released early October 2012.
17 Sep 2012
This memo provides a clear and concise review of the differences between the UCDP and PRIO datasets to reveal that despite these differences, and in part because of them, these datasets are in fact complementary to the study of global trends in armed violence.
29 Aug 2012
Check out the new Special Topics issue of Human Security Research, Conflict and Education. This thematic edition highlights an array of recent, open-access research exploring the impact of conflict on education.
15 Jun 2012
Check out the new In Focus issue of Human Security Research, Climate Change and Human Security. This thematic edition highlights an array of recent, open-access research exploring the nexus between climate change and security.
23 May 2012
Associate Director, Sebastian Merz, will be participating in the 12th Annual Colloquium of the Campbell Collaboration held in Copenhagen, Denmark from May 29-31, 2012.
14 May 2012
This week Andrew Mack will be participating in the international conference on Gendering Conflict and Post-Conflict Terrains: New Challenges and Opportunities, organized by the University of Minnesota Law School with the Transitional Justice Institute. The event is co-sponsored by the American Society of International Law and funded by the Robina Foundation.
02 May 2012
On April 20th, 2012, the Canadian Journal of Development Studies published a review of the Human Security Report 2009/2010 by Tony Addison in their spring 2012 edition.
08 Feb 2012
The School for International Studies at Simon Fraser University and the Human Security Report Project present a seminar with Professor Michael Spagat from the University of London on "Two Decades of Death in Iraq."