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This Report was produced by the Human Security Report Project (HSRP) which was located at the Human Security Centre, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia from February 2002 to May 2007. The HSRP subsequently moved to the School for International Studies, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. Any queries about this Report should be addressed to: hsrp@sfu.ca or 778 782 5202.

       The first Human Security Report documents a dramatic, but largely unknown, decline in the number of wars, genocides and human rights abuse over the past decade. Published by Oxford University Press, the Report argues that the single most compelling explanation for these changes is found in the unprecedented upsurge of international activism, spearheaded by the UN, which took place in the wake of the Cold War.

Human Security Report 2005


What Others Say about the Report

"None of us is secure unless all of us are secure—I welcome the new Human Security Report as a major contribution to a more secure planet."
Carol Bellamy
CEO, World Learning and President School for International Training
Executive Director of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) 1995-2005

"The Human Security Report is a classic why-hasn't-someone-done-this-before project. This annual publication will be immensely useful both to policymakers and those seeking to influence them."
Gareth Evans
President
International Crisis Group
Foreign Minister of Australia 1988-1996

"This much needed survey will be widely welcomed as the most authoritative compilation of data and analysis of key security trends."
Ramesh Thakur
Senior Vice Rector
United Nations University

"In a world where war, terrorism and humanitarian crises can seem all-pervasive, the Human Security Report offers a rare message of hope."
Archbishop Desmond Tutu
The Desmond Tutu Peace Centre


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The Human Security Report is made possible by support from: the Human Security Program at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (Canada); the Canadian International Development Agency; the Department for International Development (United Kingdom); the Norwegian Royal Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the Rockefeller Foundation; the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency; the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.

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