The Second Edition of the International Conference ”Human Security. Theoretical Approaches and Practical Applications” 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 four Panels: ”Civil Rights and Freedoms”; ”Immigrants and Refugees in Eastern Europe”, “Energy Security. Challenges within the Current Context of International Relations” and “Artificial Intelligence. Technology and Hybrid Warfare. Effects on Human Security”. The Conference Program lists 76 participants from 18 countries Romania, Albania, Austria, Belgium, Central African Republic, China, Cyprus, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, Morocco, Nigeria, North Macedonia, Poland, Serbia, the Republic of Moldova, the United States of America, representing 29 different universities, research centers and institutions: Adam Mickiewicz University of Poland; Alexandru Ioan Cuza Police Academy Bucharest, Romania; Association Centrafrique Action Verte Plus, Central African Republic; Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj Napoca, Romania; Carol I National Defense University, Bucharest, Romania; Center for United Nations Constitutional Research, Brussels, Belgium; Chouaib Doukkali University of Morocco; Democritus University of Thrace, Greece; Fire Major, Fire Brigheid Headquarters, Athens, Greece; Institute of Legal Research of Romanian Academy; Jilin University, China; Qalam University, Katsina, Nigeria; Moldova State University; National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary; Nicolae Bălcescu Land Forces Academy of Sibiu, Romania; Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń; St. Cyril and Methodius University, North Macedonia; St. Kliment Ohridski University North Macedonia; Ștefan cel Mare Academy of Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova; Takoradi Technical University, Ghana; University of Pitești, Romania; University of Florida, USA, Romania, University of Bucharest, Romania; University of Craiova, Romania; University of Crete-Rethymno, Greece; University of Graz, Austria; University of Nicosia, Cyprus; University of Oradea; University of Tirana, Albania.
Keynote speakers Ph.D. Professor Hubert Zimmermann, Philips University of Marburg, Germany, with the paper: The Past and Future of Western Military Intervention, based on the latest book ”Military Missions Justifications of Armed Foreign Assignments in the Past and in the Present”(2023). Professor Ph.D. Hubert Zimmermann is a well-known researcher in the field of international relations and security studies. He is the head of the International Relations Department of the Institute for Political Studies and coordinator for the Master Programs within the Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy at the Philips University of Marburg.
Associate Professor Ph.D. Daiana Maura Vesmaș, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, with the paper: The Concept of Good Governance – a Premise for Freedom and Civil Rights within the European Union. Associate Professor, Ph.D. Daiana Maura Vesmaș is a researcher, and expert on European Union law and administrative law, director of the Study Center, Scientifical Research and International Cooperation in Public Law and Administrative Sciences of the Law Faculty of Sibiu, member of the Romanian Academic Society of Administrative Science, member of five Scientific Committees of prestigious law journals.
The Scientific Committee brings together renowned experts in the field of human security, from Philips University of Marburg, the Romanian Academy of Scientists, University of Strasbourg, University of Bordeaux, Florida Atlantic University, Sichuan University, Institute for Legal, Political and Sociological Research Chisinau, Free International University of Moldova, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Institute for Political Studies Belgrade, National University of Public Service, Budapest.
The wor kpapers will be published in the ”Studia Securitatis” Journal, the scientific publication of the Research Center for Political Sciences, International Relations, and European Studies (indexed in ten international databases).