Human Security = Women’s Security?

Human Security = Women’s Security?

Human Security = Women’s Security?
Heinrich Boell Foundation
For free
Place of Publication: Berlin
Date of Publication: Revised second edition (german-english), 2007
Number of Pages: 208
License: CC-BY-NC-ND
ISBN: 978-3-927760-74-5

Documentation of the conference "Human Security = Women’s Security" of the Feminist Institute (now Gunda Werner Institute) of the Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in cooperation with the Women's Security Council on October 24-25, 2003 in Berlin.

 

Table of contents: 

 

  • Gitti Hentschel:
    Preface
  • Astrid Ritter-Weil:
    On the Opening of the Conference. Gender-Mainstreaming in Security Policy: A Task of the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation
  • Ilse Lenz
    Global Gender Politics, Gender Democracy and Human Security
  • Elmar Altvater:
    Human Security –Development History and Political Demands
  • Claudia von Braunmühl:
    Human Security versus Human Development
  • Tobias Debiel:
    Enlarged versus Human Security? About the Need for an Integrated Security Concept
  • Viviene Taylor:
    Putting Human Security at the top of the Agenda
  • Gisela Notz:
    From the Beginnings of the Welfare State to its Current Crisis: The Example of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Bernedette Muthien:
    Engendering Security
  • Roman Waschuk:
    Human Security as an Instrument of Canadian Foreign Policy
  • Rosalind Boyd:
    The Canadian Human Security Approach – A Gender Sensitive Strategy?
  • Georg Witschel:
    Federal German Foreign Policy in the Tense Area of New Security Concepts
  • Cornelia Ulbert: 
    Human Security – a Useful Concept for a Gendered Foreign and Security Policy Strategy?