It got dark early on the 5th of November. Literally, as the Danish fall season means only 8 hours of sunlight, but also in a more figuratively sense. You see, our lecture in class this Tuesday afternoon was the first of two on Human Rights Violations and Security. This meant discussions on dire matters such [...]
Students of the Human Security cohort went on a walking tour with David Rickerby, Aarhus’ only apparent homeless Englishman and shared their own experience of coming to Aarhus for studying. By Kirstine Saxe Nordal Student Jellina Keulen unfurls an umbrella as the cold winter rain starts drizzling and shake herself to keep warm in the [...]
Students of the first semester course Tropical Ecosystem Management and Human Security goes to Southern Jutland for a full weekend to design their first project in the master’s programme. See: https://humansecurity.dk/news26/
The master’s programme of Human Security at Aarhus University has enlarged its uptake of students, and the first month has proven successful in regards to academic outcome as well as social coherence. Read more: https://humansecurity.dk/news25/
It is our pleasure to present Daniele Manieri, our Human Security profile of May 2019. You can read the profile here: https://humansecurity.dk/news23/.