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Sarah Edmonds

March 11th, 2015

Mary Kaldor: Second Generation Human Security: Reflections on Globalisation and Intervention

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Sarah Edmonds

March 11th, 2015

Mary Kaldor: Second Generation Human Security: Reflections on Globalisation and Intervention

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Professor Mary Kaldor

Prof Mary Kaldor

Professor Mary Kaldor will give a lecture on Second Generation Human Security: Reflections on Globalisation and Intervention as part of a joint public lecture series on Global Interventions held by the interdisciplinary Ghent Centre for Global Studies and the Conflict Research Group of the Department of Conflict and Development Studies at Ghent University.

All lectures take place at Ghent University. The lectures are in English.

Admission is free, but registration is required (via Event Manager).

Global Security, Cosmopolitan Security – Friday March 13, 12.30-14.00:

Second Generation Human Security: Reflections on Globalisation and Interventioby Mary Kaldor

Second-generation human security focuses on implementation, especially in difficult places. The lecture will briefly outline the evolution of human security and make the case for a form of intervention that is neither classic war-fighting (e.g. air strikes), nor top-down peace talks, but focuses on bottom-up approaches to dampening down violence and protecting people.

Location: Facultaire Raadzaal, Emile Braunschool, Volderstraat 3, 9000 Gent

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