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A Read of Human and Population Security: Russeifa as a Case Study

Focus Area
Human Security
Dr Neven Bondokji, Lina AlHaj Ahmad
24 Apr 2019

This policy brief presents the preliminary findings from WANA Institute field research in Russeifa. The brief offers unique insights into the perceptions of Russeifa residents of the relationship between human security, state security policies, and efforts aimed at preventing violent extremism. The discussion highlights in particular how overpopulation affects human security.

This brief is part of the regional project “Towards More Effective Human Security Approaches in the Context of the Emerging Threat of Violent Extremism in Jordan, Lebanon, and Tunisia.” Findings from the briefs on Karak, Tafileh, Ajloun, Mafraq, Russeifa, will feed into analytical research papers, which will be published later this year. Over the coming months, the WANA Institute will publish the remaining policy briefs on the other Jordanian governorates, as well as similar briefs on the field work conducted in Tunisia and Lebanon.

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