HUMAN SECURITY CONSIDERED THROUGH THE EYES HUMAN RIGHTS AND MODERN THREATS

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  • Željko Bjelajac Правни факултет за привреду и правосуђе Нови Сад

Keywords:

human security, human rights, modern threats

Abstract

Today more than ever, we need to deal with human security, searching for an answer to old and new security threats, chronic poverty, ethnic violence, human trafficking, climate change, pandemics to international terrorism, etc. Such threats have long since acquired a transnational dimension and thereby overcome traditional notions of security, focused on the war of aggression that disrupt the life and work of citizens in peacetime. Threats to human security in modern conditions, it can not be solved by conventional mechanisms. Instead, it requires a comprehensive approach that uses a wide range of new opportunities for combating such threats in an integrated way. Human security means protecting fundamental freedoms - freedoms that are the essence of life and human achievements in a globalized world full of contradictions.

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2017-06-30

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Bjelajac, Željko . (2017). HUMAN SECURITY CONSIDERED THROUGH THE EYES HUMAN RIGHTS AND MODERN THREATS. KULTURA POLISA, 14(33), 139–154. Retrieved from https://kpolisa.com/index.php/kp/article/view/709

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