Societal Security Network
Linking Researchers, actors, agencies and institutions concerned with societal security in Europe.
New Online Course on 'societal security for engineers and designers'
This online course is designed for a Bachelor/Master-level self-paced learning or as an additional source of inspiration for educators in Engineering, Technology & Design, and all interested individuals.
New Event with Commissioner Julian King (Security Union)
Implementing the Security Union: The European Commission's priorities and next steps, 19 June 2017, CEPS, Brussels
New Forum Contribution by Borut Erzen: Biometric travel documents: Integrated Border Management and training for border official
Borut Erzen (ICMPD) makes in this contribution an anaylisis of the questions and challenges that the introduction of biometrics in travel documents have raised by looking at it from various perspectives.
Watch the videos! SOURCE Conference on 'Global Threats. Local Actors'
Don't miss the interesting interventions that took place during the SOURCE Annual Conference

What is Societal Security?

Societal security is a response to a perception that society is under threat. What does it mean to say that society is threatened? SOURCE gives answers. 

 

What is SOURCE About?

The conversation about what makes European society what it is - and what potentially threatens it - involves many voices and many perspectives. SOURCE provides a framework, tools and basic data, to facilitate the conversation between them.

New on the SOURCE Website

NEW EVENT with Commissioner King ''Implementing the Security Union: The European Commission's priorities and next steps", 19 June, Brussels

Find more information on the event HERE.

NEW FORUM CONTRIBUTION on "Shirking responsibility towards the CEAS? EU hotspots, relocation and absconded migrants in Italy" 

Download the new forum contribution HERE. The new contribution by Giaccomo Orsini and Christof Roos (IES, VUB) assesses the Italian implementation of EU policy and interaction with EU agencies in dealing with irregular migration.

NEW FORUM CONTRIBUTION on "Biometric travel documents: Integrated Border Management and training for border officials" 

Download the new forum contribution HERE. Borut Erzen (ICMPD) makes in this contribution an anaylisis of the questions and challenges that the introduction of biometrics in travel documents have raised by looking at it from various perspectives.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: PhD Course "Contemporary conditions of critique: power, value(s), economy"

The Research School on Peace and Conflict invites applications for the course Contemporary conditions of critique: power, value(s), economy to take place in Oslo on 20-22 September 2017. Click HERE to read more.

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