In the wake of Corona (COVID-19) pandemic, we have witnessed the extent to which our world is globalised, fragile and as Thomas Hylland Eriksen puts it, “overheated” (Eriksen, 2016). Things are moving faster than at any time in the existence of human kind.
Everyday Security: a need to belong. A qualitative study of well-educated Syrian refugees’ resettlement process in Denmark
Pernille Milton, Master’s thesis, Master’s Degree Programme (MSc) in Human Security, Aarhus University, 2017.
An Investigation of The Resilience Concept in Disaster Risk Management – A Case Study from The British Virgin Islands in The Context of Hurricane Irma
Dominic Pascal Ahrens, Master’s Thesis, Human Security, Aarhus University, December 2019.
Working with conflict and mediation; Research program on Victim-offender meetings
Hello, my name is Søren and I am currently working as a researcher on a research project about victim-offender meetings in the Danish police’s mediation program. I’ve been employed at the anthropology department at Aarhus University from May 2018 and have learned a lot since then!
Translating Insecurity: Countering Violent Extremism through Mentorship in Kenya
Søren Rask Christinsen, Master’s thesis, Human Security, Aarhus University, August 2017.
Hacking Life: Electronic Waste Salvaging in an African Digital Age
By Samwel Moses Ntapanda What is, where is, and to whom does e-waste matter? Several discards studies have explored these questions at length. Most of the studies have been on …
Creating a chance! Working as a Project Leader with Dementia
Creating a change! That is 100% what drives me. People with dementia and their relatives have needs. If those needs are met, I believe – and have seen first-hand – we can create positive change, joy, and ease their lives.