Students videos on the PAHSA programs offer a chance for students to express their views on topical issues regarding peace and human security. There are also a number of PAHSA videos where academics and professors offer insights into some of the challenges for peace and human security in the region.
PAHSA students’ videos
Future Change Makers
As the PAHSA Programs comes to a close, in this video the last batch of PAHSA students in Japan talk about the legacy of the program. From 2012 to 2015, the program trained ‘216 Next Generation Policy Leaders,’ or as the students say here, ‘Future Change Makers.’
What Peace Means in My Country
PAHSA students from Indonesia, Cambodia, and the Philippines that studied on the Semester Program in Japan in 2014/15 answer just one simple question, "What does peace mean in my country?"
The Most Important Thing in Peacebuilding
What is the most important thing in peacebuilding? Here are the thoughts of students from Thailand, Aceh, East Timor, Cambodia and the Philippines that studied on the PAHSA 2013/14 Semester Program in Japan.
The PAHSA Short Program @ DLSU, Manila
Student video from the PAHSA short-term program that took place at De La Salle University (DLSU), Manila from 15-28 September 2013. Students from Japanese partner universities attended the special program. They also attended the international seminar 'Rethinking Human Security in the 21st Century' which was also taking place in Manila at the time.
The PAHSA Short Program @ Hiroshima, Japan
Students from the PAHSA consortium partner universities in Southeast Asia, talk about the short-term study program at IDEC, Hiroshima University from 4-14 August 2013.
About the PAHSA Student Exchange Program
Meet Professor Matsuno from Osaka University and international students on the PAHSA program who are studying in Japan. They explain about the aims of the program, and students offer their reasons for joining the program.
Critical Issues Affecting Human Security in Asia: Agricultural Land
PAHSA student, Mark Stevenson, a PhD student from De La Salle University, Philippines, highlights a critical issues affecting human security in Asia; the threat in the region to Agricultural Lands.
PAHSA videos from professors/academics
The Importance of Gender Mainstreaming
Gender Mainstreaming— experiences from post-conflict Cambodia. Ms. Nakagawa Kasumi is a lecturer from Pannasastra University of Cambodia, one of the PAHSA consortium partners in Southeast Asia, and she teaches gender studies.
Critical Issues Affecting Human Security in Asia: Transitional Justice
Dr Christopher Lamont from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, speaks about Transitional Justice, and how Asia might address the legacy of past human rights abuses.
Critical Issues Affecting Human Security in Asia: The Term 'Human Security'
Keokam Kraisoraphong, Assistant Professor at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, calls into question the way in which the term 'human security' is often used by nations yet this doesn't always boil-down to improvement in 'human wellbeing.'
Critical Issues Affecting Human Security in Asia: Respect for Common Humanity
Dr. Lindsay Black from Leiden University's Institute for Area Studies (LIAS) speaks about the importance of respect for common humanity and how this is a core problem in international relations in the East Asia region.
Critical Issues Affecting Human Security in Asia: Rights
Andrea Ostheimer, Programme Director, Multinational Development, Policy Dialogue, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Brussels, highlights some critical issues affecting human security in Asia.
Critical Issues Affecting Human Security in Asia: Mindanao
Associate Professor Julio C. Teehankee from De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, speaks about a critical issues affecting human security in Asia: The peace process in Mindanao.
Critical Issues Affecting Human Security in Asia: Non-Traditional Threats
Associate Professor Pavin Chachavalpongpun from the Center for Southeast Asia Studies Kyoto University, Japan, highlights a critical issues affecting human security in Asia: non-traditional security threats.
Critical Issues Affecting Human Security in Asia: Awareness
Associate Professor Virgil Hawkins from Osaka School of International Public Policy (OSIPP), Osaka University, highlights a critical issues affecting human security in Asia: the lack of awareness of human security.
Critical Issues Affecting Human Security in Asia: Water
Brad Glosserman, Executive Director, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Honolulu, highlights one critical issue affecting human security in Asia: Water.
Critical Issue Affecting Human Security in Asia: Supranational Organizations
Prof.dr. Joost Herman, Professor of Globalisation Studies and Humanitarian Action, University of Groningen, highlights one critical issue affecting human security in Asia: The lack of supranational organiizations.
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