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Securitisation and the Impact on Human Rights and Democracy: Human Security in Time of Insecurity

Bangkok, Thailand 22-26 May 2017
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Photo: Adam Jacobi Møller

Photo: Adam Jacobi Møller "Afghan girl in Athens", Global Campus of Human Rights Photo Contest

This Satellite event of the World Forum for Democracy will gather academics, experts and students from different regions of the world with the aim of creating an international forum of discussion on securitisation and the impact on human rights and democracy. The event is hosted by the Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand, from 22 - 26 May 2017.

The first focus of the “Global Classroom” is to map global trends in securitisation by looking in the various regions at the use of national security in the domains of regulating human mobility, anti-terrorism law and policy and its influence on the protection of human rights/ human security. Secondly, it will also explore the nexus between human rights – human security – human development to analyse the civic responses which can be supported in responding to the challenges and risks linked to securitisation.