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2011, vol. 53, iss. 2, pp. 90-114
Concept of human security: Alternatives or the necessity
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Security Studies
The concept of human security provides new content of security. By introducing a range of natural and social phenomena in the sphere of security concept leads to a more objective attitude towards this phenomenon. By shifting the focus from state security to the people, the concept does not negate the need for traditional security mechanisms, but notes that no state, and therefore no society can be safe if there are insecure individuals who live in them. The complexity of the term derives from the fact that the realization of the concept of human security depends on the process at all levels of social organization: from national, through international, transnational to global. Solving the problems of the modern man no longer depends only on local state institutions. It is necessary to establish a global system that would treat all people as equal citizens of the world. We are far away from complete acceptance of the concept of human security, but its promotion at the global level has already been a great success. Getting all social structures acquainted with the concept can contribute to creating an environment in which the political elite would some day start to work on its implementation in global terms.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Review Paper
published in SCIndeks: 02/02/2012

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