The Right to Security: Securing Rights or Securitzing Rights?

by | Jun 9, 2016

Watch the webinar here.

The webinar focuses on the historical origins, philosophical foundations, legal protection, and political implications of the right to security. It shows how the right has the potential to protect individuals at risk of harm, while also playing into a larger process of rights securitization.

This webinar was recorded on June 9, 2015 by the Oxford Human Rights Hub at Oxford University

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