International Human Security Institute

Founding Year: 2001

Staff: 19

Budget:

Shon Abegaz (Executive Director)

The International Human Security Institute “is a peacebuilding organization that promotes knowledge sharing and knowledge transfer of crucial know-how related to human security through programming.” Its core mission is to advance Societal Stabilizers such as good governance, food security, indigenous liberties, climate protection, R2P and women, migrants and victims of modern-day slavery.

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International Human Security Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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