Human Security Report Project

Human Security Report Project

The Human Security Report Project is a research group based at Simon Fraser University's School for International Studies. Its mandate is to make accessible to the policy and research communities, media, educators and the interested public research on the causes and consequences of global and regional trends in political violence. In all of its work, the Project takes the narrow definition of Human Security.

The Projects most notable publications include the widely cited [Human Security Report 2005: [ The HSR In the News] (accessed May 25, 2008). ] Human Security Report 2005 that provided conclusive evidence of a large decline in the number of wars, genocides and human rights abuse over the past decade. [Human Security Report 2005: [ Overview ] ] And the Human Security Brief 2007 that reveals a sharp net decline in the incidence of terrorist violence around the world (by some 40 percent). [ [] Human Security Brief 2007 - Chapter 1 - Dying to Lose: Explaining the Decline in Global] Further the 2007 Brief documents a staggering positive change in sub-Saharan Africa's security landscape; the number of conflicts being waged in the region more than halved between 1999 and 2006. [ [ Human Security Brief 2007 - Chapter 2 - Towards A New Peace in Africa?] ]

In addition to its publications, the Project runs the [ Human Security Gateway] , the [ Afghanistan Conflict Monitor] , and three online bulletins, [ Human Security News] , [ Afghanistan Security News] and [ Human Security Research] .

See also

*Human Security
*Human Security Report 2005


External links

* [ Human Security Report Project]

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