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HUMAN SECURITY & GOVERNANCE

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This is the Conference Proceeding of the three-day International Conference organized by IIHSG (Interdisciplinary Institute of Human Security & Governance), Delhi, India in collaboration with Amity Institute of Liberal Arts, Amity University Mumbai; Centre for Conflict Studies, Middlebury Institute of International Studies, Monterey, CA, USA. Security Women, United Kingdom; Department of International Relations; Central University of Jharkhand, India; Department of Defence & Strategic Studies, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, India and Department of International Relations, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh on Human Security and Governance is the most appropriate topic at this moment. Total 537 academicians, policy practitioner and social activists have registered for this conference from all parts of the world. Almost 200 papers were presented in this Conference from every corner of the globe like Poland, Nigeria, Philippines, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Canada to mention a few. Ten different panels of this Conference are Different Dimensions of Human Security; Human Security, Health and Governance; Human Security, Education and Governance; Human Rights and Governance, Human Security and Sustainable Development; Women in Governance and Human Security; Human Security and Non-state Actors; Child Security and Governance; Human Security and Pandemic; Human Security and Law. There are also five special sessions on ‘Human Rights and Governance’, ‘Women in Security’, ‘Governance, State, Politics and Human Security’, ‘Food Security and Governance’ and ‘Défense, Strategy and Human Security’.
Content of the Proceeding is Concept Note (English); Concept Note (Hindi); Media Report (English); Media Report (Hindi); Details of the Distinguished Speakers; Details of the Chairpersons; Details of the International Panelists; Details of the Indian Panelists; Details of the International Attendees; Details of the Indian Attendees; Programme Schedule; Abstracts of the Distinguished Speakers; Abstracts of the Chairpersons; Abstracts of the International Panelists; Abstracts of the Indian Panelists (English); Abstracts of the Indian Panelists (Hindi), Post-Event Media Report


Different Dimensions of Gender Security

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If we say the term ‘Gender Security’, people generally think about ‘women security’. But actually, it can encompass all kind of insecurity issues of human beings, and can talk about transgender vulnerability, child insecurity, old age problems and other human security issues like health, income and education. Gender security should not be a purely feminist issue to be discussed. This book, Different Dimensions of Gender Security tries to see the vulnerabilities of mankind through gendered lenses. The topics covered here are Gender Security and Law; Gender Security and Governance; Gender Security & Labour Force; Gender Security and Sustainable Development; Global Agencies for Gender Security; Gender Security in Domestic Sphere; Child Security Threats: Recent Trends and Gender Security and Pandemic: Recent Trends. In the twenty-three articles, authors have discussed this issue vividly. I really thank all the authors from India, Bangladesh and Nepal for discussing different dimensions of gender security from a South Asian perspective.


The goal of this Book is to improve the standards of the international community of academicians, researchers, scholars, and scientists by exposing them to the latest trends, developments, and challenges in the field. I hope that this collection of essays can become a benchmark for the future as well as spur new research agendas and projects that will put the region into a much-needed conversation on the different dimensions of gender security in the contemporary world.


The volume is essential reading for social scientists, bureaucrats and non-governmental political activists interested in gender security. It will also appeal to public policy analysts and scholars who have yet to adopt the contribution of critical security and development studies in the analysis of different dimensions of gender security.


The volume is essential reading for social scientists, bureaucrats and non-governmental political activists interested in gender security. It will also appeal to public policy analysts and scholars who have yet to adopt the contribution of critical security and development studies in the analysis of different dimensions of gender security.



Gender Security & International Politics

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This book contains twenty-eight Best Paper Award-winning articles presented in the IIHSG International Conference 2021 on Gender Security and Global Politics organised by Interdisciplinary Institute of Human Security & Governance (previously Indian Institute of Human Security & Governance), Delhi in collaboration with the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London & Department of International Relations, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Around 450 gender security experts presented paper in this virtual event from 20 countries.


‘Security’ is a contested concept in global politics especially International Relations. Security often treated as a sole property of ‘masculinized’ politics of ‘realism’. But, ‘security’ and ‘gender’ both the terms has multifaceted usage. If ‘insecurity’ can be understood by ‘vulnerability’, then, you might agree that every ‘gender’ is vulnerable in pandemic time as it affected both physical and mental security of every individual irrespective of race, region or religion. This book, Gender Security & Global Politics tries to address various contemporary security issues in global arena through gendered lenses – like Gender Security: Theoretical Debate; Gender Security and Law; Gender Security and Governance; Gender Security & Labour Force; Gender Security & Political Economy; Gender Security and Sustainable Development; Non-Governmental Gender Security Measures; Global Agencies for Gender Security; Global Parameters for Gender Security; Gender Security in Domestic Sphere; Child Security Threats: Recent Trends and Gender Security and Pandemic: Recent Trends.


I hope that this collection of essays can become a benchmark for the future as well as spur new research agendas and projects that will put the region into a much-needed conversation on the recent trends of gender security in world politics.


The volume is essential reading for social scientists, bureaucrats and non-governmental political activists interested in gender security. It will also appeal to public policy analysts and scholars who have yet to adopt the contribution of critical security and development studies in the analysis of different dimensions of gender security.



Gender Security & Global Politics

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This book contains twenty-eight Best Paper Award-winning articles presented in the IIHSG International Conference 2021 on Gender Security and Global Politics organised by Interdisciplinary Institute of Human Security & Governance (previously Indian Institute of Human Security & Governance), Delhi in collaboration with the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London & Department of International Relations, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Around 450 gender security experts presented paper in this virtual event from 20 countries.


‘Security’ is a contested concept in global politics especially International Relations. Security often treated as a sole property of ‘masculinized’ politics of ‘realism’. But, ‘security’ and ‘gender’ both the terms has multifaceted usage. If ‘insecurity’ can be understood by ‘vulnerability’, then, you might agree that every ‘gender’ is vulnerable in pandemic time as it affected both physical and mental security of every individual irrespective of race, region or religion. This book, Gender Security & Global Politics tries to address various contemporary security issues in global arena through gendered lenses – like Gender Security: Theoretical Debate; Gender Security and Law; Gender Security and Governance; Gender Security & Labour Force; Gender Security & Political Economy; Gender Security and Sustainable Development; Non-Governmental Gender Security Measures; Global Agencies for Gender Security; Global Parameters for Gender Security; Gender Security in Domestic Sphere; Child Security Threats: Recent Trends and Gender Security and Pandemic: Recent Trends.


I hope that this collection of essays can become a benchmark for the future as well as spur new research agendas and projects that will put the region into a much-needed conversation on the recent trends of gender security in world politics.


The volume is essential reading for social scientists, bureaucrats and non-governmental political activists interested in gender security. It will also appeal to public policy analysts and scholars who have yet to adopt the contribution of critical security and development studies in the analysis of different dimensions of gender security.



Changing Dimensions of Human Security in Contemporary World

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The world turned topsy-turvy after Covid 19 pandemic. The whole equation and thrust of global politics and economics is now at a new verge. The main question is now – how we can secure human race and humanity. This is the main thrust of the book, Changing Dimensions of Human Security in Contemporary World. This book is an outcome of collective research work done by erudite scholars from different parts of world, like USA, Russia, Japan, Australia, Romania, Nigeria, Nepal, Bangladesh and India, who has come together in search of new trends of human security. They touched upon different milieu as well as dimensions of human security and pandemic in contemporary world scenario. In thirty-two essays, forty-seven authors collectively explored situation of human security in several domains including international politics, law, economy, labour force, sustainable development, education, gender and may more.


I believe that this collection of essays can become a benchmark for the future as well as spur new research agendas and projects that will put the region into a much-needed conversation on the recent trends of human security in contemporary world. This book will try to reimagining this changing dimension of Human Security in the Pandemic situation. The goal of this book is to improve the standards of the international community of academicians, researchers, scholars, and scientists by exposing them to the latest trends, developments, and challenges in the field.


The volume is essential reading for social scientists, bureaucrats and non-governmental political activists interested in rights and justice of women. It will also appeal to public policy analysts and scholars who have yet to adopt the contribution of critical security and development studies in the analysis of different dimensions of human security.