Plural Security in the City: video summary

Secretariat of the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law

In rapidly growing cities across the Global South, an array of coercive actors offer urban populations a form of order, and in some cases act as the primary provider of local security. Still, local government remains an important instrument for advancing security as a public good. The University of Amsterdam (UvA), the Conflict Research Unit of Clingendael, and the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law hosted a knowledge event on the potential for constructive engagement of plural security provision at the city level on October 22, 2015.

For more information, see the tweets about the event and have a look at our news item, publications and blog posts grouped under #SRoLcity.

This video is a compilation of statements by the keynote speaker and panelists. In order of appearance:

  • Bruce Baker | Faculty of Business, Environment and Society, Coventry University
  • Peter Albrecht | Danish Institute for International Studies, Denmark
  • Juan Salgado Ibarra| Center for Research and Teaching in Economics, Mexico
  • Alice Hills | School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University
  • Etannibi Alemika | Criminology and Sociology of Law, University of Jos
  • Gregory Sloane-Seale | Program Coordinator Citizens Security Program, Trinidad & Tobago Ministry of National Security

 

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