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Climate Change and the Challenges to Human Security in the Global Order

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Climate Change and the Challenges to Human Security in the Global Order

 
 
January 14, 2022

Climate Change and the Challenges to Human Security in the Global Order: Perspectives on Policies and the Impact on Food Security

Climate Change and its multidimensional multi-layered impact on humanity represents the biggest challenge to different forms of security, with a particular bearing on various aspects of Human Security.

Conference

Climate Change and the Challenges to Human Security in the Global Order: Perspectives on Policies and the Impact on Food Security

  • Hosted by

    Queen Mary Global Policy Institute (QMGPI), Queen Mary School of Business and Management-NEXTEUK Policy Analysis Round Table

  • Location

    Paris, France

  • Date

    January 14, 2022

  • Time

    15:30 CET

The Global Order and the future of EU-UK relations. Climate Change and its multidimensional multi-layered impact on humanity represents the biggest challenge to different forms of security, with a particular bearing on various aspects of Human Security.

With that as background, how does the combination of forces affect the resilience of various groups around the globe in relation to the seven aspects included in Human Security? Focusing on one of the threats, is food security, with its influence in other aspects, particular exposed due to Climate Change? What are the existing, expected or proposed policies in relation to it?

A panel of expert policy analysts will discuss the relationship between the different aspects of Human Security and the ongoing series of global challenges, identifying policy options in different regions.

Event Speakers & Moderator

  • - Anna Brach, Head of Human Security, Geneva Centre for Security Policy
  • - Guarany Osorio, Coordinator of the Environmental Politics and Economy Programme of the Centre for Sustainability Research of FGV Brazil
  • - Khetsiwe Khumalo, Climate Change Coordinator, Ministry of Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Eswatini
  • - Lea Perekrests, Deputy Director of Operations for Europe & MENA at the Institute for Economics and Peace in Brussels
  • - Liam Campling, Professor of International Business and Development, School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London
  • - Moderation: Fernando Barrio, Academic Lead for Resilience and Sustainability, Queen Mary Global Policy Institute

SOURCE: VISION OF HUMANITY

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