Promoting Human Security: Ethical, Normative and Educational Frameworks in Central Asia
During the last decade, human security has become a central concern to many countries, institutions and social actors searching for innovative ways and means of tackling the many non-military threats to peace and security. Indeed, human security underlines the complex links, often ignored or underestimated, between disarmament, human rights and development. Today, in an increasingly globalized world, the most pernicious threats to human security emanate from the conditions that give rise to genocide, civil war, human rights violations, global epidemics, environmental degradation, forced and slave labour, and malnutrition. All the current studies on security thus have to integrate the human dimension of security.
Anara Tabyshelieva. Promoting Human Security: Ethical, Normative and Educational Frameworks in Central Asia, UNESCO, Paris, 2006.