12 episodes

In this podcast series we speak to experts, practitioners, thinkers and decision-makers who are involved in studying, understanding and operationalising human security.

Humans of Security Trilateral Research

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In this podcast series we speak to experts, practitioners, thinkers and decision-makers who are involved in studying, understanding and operationalising human security.

    Episode 12 – Alexander Gilder – Stabilisation and UN Peace Operations

    Episode 12 – Alexander Gilder – Stabilisation and UN Peace Operations

    In this episode we speak to Dr Alexander Gilder, lecturer in International Law and Security at the University of Reading. His research is interdisciplinary, drawing on perspectives from law and international relations.

    • 43 min
    Episode 11 – Lee Beales: Beirut and China, Health security.

    Episode 11 – Lee Beales: Beirut and China, Health security.

     In this podcast we speak to Lee Beales, a medic in the Army with a background in dentistry and an interest in public health and human security, who recently completed his MA in Defence Studies, focussing on health matters.

    • 38 min
    Episode 10 – Maj Helen Bryan: Security, stability, and the DRC

    Episode 10 – Maj Helen Bryan: Security, stability, and the DRC

    In this podcast we speak to Maj Helen Bryan a Human Security Advisor and previous Gender and Child Protection officer in MONUSCO in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

    • 44 min
    Episode 9 – Dr Simon Rushton: Public health and security

    Episode 9 – Dr Simon Rushton: Public health and security

    In this podcast we speak to Dr Simon Rushton, a lecturer at the University of Sheffield specialising in global politics of health and linking health and security.

    • 50 min
    Episode 8 – Prof Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh: Humanising security at home and abroad

    Episode 8 – Prof Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh: Humanising security at home and abroad

    In this podcast we speak to Prof. Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh, a university lecturer at Sciences Po university in Paris and a UN consultant in peace-building, conflict resolution, counter-terrorism, and radicalisation.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 7 – Prof Daniel Bar-Tal: Society, subjectivity, and the psychology of security

    Episode 7 – Prof Daniel Bar-Tal: Society, subjectivity, and the psychology of security

    In this episode we speak to Prof. Daniel Bar-Tal, an academic, social psychologist, author, and laureate of the Morton Deutsch Conflict Resolution Award of the Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence. We discuss what it means for someone to feel secure, the subjectivity of individual and societal insecurity, and the importance of putting psychology and security under the same spotlight.

    • 1 hr 9 min

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