▶︎ Live Show – Ep 6: Realities of Human Security

In the final episode of the season, we talk about all things human security! From sanitation issues, pollution lockdowns, data tracking apps, to the recent abortion and miscarriage bill in Poland – this is not an episode you will want to miss! Host: Ismar Didic; Guest(s): Sophie Beria, Thalia Wright

The Ice Stupas of Ladakh – Fighting Global Warming with Artificial Glaciers

High up in the Himalayas where the weather is harsh and life is challenging, a region is in severe danger. Mountains are the primary freshwater source for half the world’s population. Their fragile ecosystems are particularly vulnerable to global warming. Center stage facing the destructive impact of climate change is

▶︎ Travel Report: Chile & Singapore Part 2

Part 2 of the Travel Report is a panel discussion about different types of human security challenges that Singapore is facing today and could come to face in the future. Our panelists include Mark Hann from the organization Human Security Collective located in Hague, Kristina Göransson who is the Deputy

It’s not Smooth Sailing for Japanese Whaling 

Global Panorama, Flickr On April 3rd, 2021, four whaling vessels left Ishinomaki and Hachinohe on Japan’s eastern coast. In June, they will be joined by a fifth vessel. These boats are setting out to partake in a highly controversial practice – commercial whaling. This practice has been halted worldwide since

‘The future we want’ – The Escazú Agreement and environmental democracy in Latin America

More than eight years after the Rio Conference on Sustainable Development, the first legally binding agreement emerging from it will enter into force in April: the Escazú Agreement. It is praised as a unique treaty breathing new life into the fight for environmental democracy and justice in Latin America and