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UNAI-ISA Forum on Human Security and the United Nations

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.


Confirmed participants are:


Kerry Crawford, Assistant Professor of Political Science at James Madison University


David Andersen-Rodgers, Associate Professor of Government at California State University, Sacramento


Michelle Jurkovich, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts. Boston


Anjali Dayal, Assistant Professor of International Politics at Fordham University 


Francesca Perucci, Assistant Director, United Nations Statistics Division


James Turpin, Chief, Peace and Security Practices Section, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights


Yukio Takasu, Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Human Security


The event will be opened by Maher Nasser, Acting Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications.


To join the event, please register by NOON5 JULY, at the following link:


For questions, please contact Dr. Joel E. Oestreich,

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