Articles published: SS2 December 2022 – Studia Securitatis Magazine (

The First Edition of the International Conference “Human Security. Theoretical Approaches and Practical Applications” (22nd-23rd of October 2022) was organized by the Research Center for Political Sciences, International Relations, and European Studies, through the Laboratory for the Human Security Analysis, within the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities – Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu.

The conference proposed 3 Panels: “Civil Rights and Freedoms”; “Human Security within the Transnistrian Issue”; “Immigrants and Refugees in Eastern Europe”, and a workshop entitled: “Recent minorities in Sibiu: Similar problems. Similar solutions”, in collaboration with the Arab, Ukrainian, Bessarabian, and Chinese communities, with the participation of the Immigration Office of Sibiu County.

The Scientific Committee brings together renowned experts in the field of human security, from the Romanian Academy of Scientists, University of Strasbourg, University of Bordeaux, Florida Atlantic University, Sichuan University, Institute for Legal, Political and Sociological Research-Chisinău, Free International University of Moldova, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Institute for Political Studies Belgrade.

We had the privilege to have as a keynote speaker His Excellency Mr. Dan Sandovici, the Romanian Ambassador to the Syrian Arab Republic, PhD. of the Carol First National Defence University, with the presentation: “The Human Security in a War Zone. Brief Analysis of the Situation in Syria”.

The Conference Program lists 64 participants: Romania, Egipt, Iraq, Italy, Nigeria, Poland, Serbia, Republic of Moldova, United States of America, Tunisia, and Ukraine, representing universities and research institutions: the Adam Mickiewicz University of Poland, Alexandru Ioan Cuza Police Academy of Bucharest, Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj Napoca, Institute of Legal Research of Romanian Academy, Media Center of Tiraspol, Moldova State University, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Osogbo Osun State Nigeria, Osun State University Nigeria, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Tiraspol School of Political Studies, Institute for Political Studies Belgrade, Ștefan cel Mare Academy of Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova, University of Bucharest, University of Craiova, University of Oradea, Alexandru cel Bun Military Academy of Armed Forces of Chișinău.

45 paperworks were submitted for presentation and publication. The articles will be published in the “Studia Securitatis” Journal, and in the “Yearbook of the Laboratory for the Transnistrian Conflict Analysis”, both scientific publications of the Research Center for Political Sciences, International Relations and European Studies (indexed in ten, respectively four international databases).