The Global Insecurities Centre (GIC) conducts research on the emergent insecurities of our complex and interconnected world. Our work is multifaceted and interdisciplinary, with a focus on the uneven and contested nature of contemporary insecurities, the political consequences of the uncertainty this engenders, and the often emergent and bottom-up nature of our responses to them.
- Former GIC director Professor Mark Duffield presents to the EHESS in Paris on remoteness in a connected world. 11 January 2023
- Former GIC director Professor Mark Duffield writes on development, hunger and impoverishment in Somalia 11 January 2023
- GIC Director Tim Edmunds publishes new policy report on UK maritime security strategy 25 July 2022
26 April 2023, 1.00 PM
GIC Seminar Series: White Enclosures: Racial Capitalism and Coloniality along the Balkan Route
3 May 2023, 1.00 PM
10 May 2023, 1.00 PM