High-Level Event on Human Security and its contribution to Agenda 2030: The HSU in partnership with member States is organising a high-level event on 7 July 2017. For more information, go to the Event Page.
Panama assumes Presidency of the Human Security Network: On 16 June 2017, Panama took over leadership of the Network from Slovenia. Read the press release here.
UNTFHS 2017 Call for Proposals: The UNTFHS Call for Proposals was released with the deadline of 30 September 2017 (11:59 pm New York time).
New Course on Human Security and Agenda 2030: The UN System Staff College has a new course on Applying the Human Security Approach for Agenda 2030. For more information, watch this video and register on the UNSSC website.
The UNTFHS finances projects that translate the human security approach into practical actions and provide concrete and sustainable benefits to vulnerable people and communities threatened in their survival, livelihood and dignity.
Human security is in response to widespread and cross-cutting threats. These threats can spread rapidly within and across nations and give rise to more intractable crises that seriously challenge both Governments and people. At the same time, human security underscores the universality and interdependence of a set of freedoms that are fundamental to human life.