UP431611b Graduate Course

WiSe 17/18: Global (In)Security: Human and Health Security

Dr. Annamarie Bindenagel Sehovic


This seminar introduces the concepts of human in regard to health in-securities. First, it delves into the differences between security, securitization and human security. Second, it analyses the (re)location of (in)security between states and human beings. Third, focusing in detail on health security as seen in the cases of HIV and AIDS and Ebola, it will trace the connections between state and human (in)securities as embedded in international policy making. Requirements include poster presentation, oral participation and a final policy paper. The seminar will be conducted in English. You can find further information on: close

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