Canadian Consortium on Human Security

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Human Security Bulletin

Human Security Fellowships are the core of CCHS’ flagship program. These Fellowships provide a unique opportunity for Canadian doctoral students by supporting their field research in remote locations or zones of conflict across the world.

The Fellowship Program aims to foster policy development on a range of innovative topics. In doing so, it sustains a network of academics and researchers on human security issues in Canada. From 2001 onwards, CCHS has awarded more than a $1,000,000 in Fellowship funding.

This bilingual online publication provides the latest analysis and opinions from experts in human security.

The latest edition of the Bulletin focuses on the trend toward the privatization of security. Functions traditionally performed by state armed forces are now increasingly outsourced to private contractors not only in complex emergencies but also in the context of day-to-day security provision... more 

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