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ISA at UNAI: Talking Human Security in an Uncertain Time

In the 21st century, a comprehensive approach to security problems requires willingness to understand and respond to the security problems that individuals face. Moreover, as ISA and United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) fully understand, dialogue between scholars and decision-makers is key to achieving progress toward understanding immediate and long-term threats to individuals, states, and the international community. Civil society, state leaders, international organizations, and scholars are still trying to reach a consensus on the meaning of human security writ large, the most useful metrics for tracking and understanding problems such as hunger and violence against civilians, and the best practices for mitigating violent threats and chronic needs.

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Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies

The International Studies Association (ISA) and Oxford University Press (OUP) are pleased to announce the forthcoming Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies (internationalstudies.oxfordre.com). 

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UNAI-ISA Forum on Human Security and the United Nations

On Monday, July 10, the International Studies Association and United Nations Academic Impact will sponsor a UNAI-ISA Forum on human security and the United Nations. It will take place at 11am – 1pm at the United Nations BuildingThis event will be an open, Chatham House Rules-style discussion between ISA members and UN personnel on issues ranging from food security to civilian protection. The panelists are listed below. Audience participation and discussion is welcome, in an informal setting.

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ISA-UNAI Unlearning Intolerance: Perspectives from 2017

This event, organized by ISA and United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) is part of the series "Prevention Forum" from UNAI, intended to explore means o...

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Representing 100 countries, ISA has over 6,500 members worldwide and is the most respected and widely known scholarly association in this field. Endeavoring to create communities of scholars dedicated to international studies, ISA is divided into 6 geographic subdivisions of ISA (Regions), 29 thematic groups (Sections) and 4 Caucuses which provide opportunities to exchange ideas and research with local colleagues and within specific subject areas.
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