Journal of Human Security

Journal of Human Security (2004; Switzerland;

The journal brings the “expertise from universities worldwide and facilitates communication and collaboration between researchers, practitioners and educators” together.  It disseminates “applied research into a secure and sustainable future for humanity”. It also works to “provide a forum for researchers to foster interdisciplinary inquiry in broad human security issues” and “encourage a multidisciplinary approach to issues that have traditionally been viewed as mostly unidisciplinary.”


Leadership: Dr. Sabina Lautensach (Editor-in-Chief)

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