Human Security: Understanding Global and Local Terrorism

Human Security: Understanding Global and Local Terrorism

by UA&P News Desk on January 5, 2011 - 10:45 am

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The Institute of Political Economy (IPE) invites everyone to the talk entitled “Human Security: Understanding the Organization and Dynamics of Global and Local Terrorism” at the PLDT Hall on January 12 (Wednesday) from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. The talk is part of the IPE Speakers Series.

Prof. Rommel Banlaoi, chairperson of the Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence and Terrorism, will speak about his organization’s ongoing research on security and terrorism in the Philippines. Specifically he will discuss the following topics:

– history and thrust of the Institute’s current research work
– general types of globally identified terrorist groups and how they operate
– specific types of terrorist groups found in the Philippines and their specific networking dynamics
– what sustains terrorist groups and the obstacles to resolving the conflicts generated

For inquiries, please contact Ms. Brederi Dungca of IPE at 637-0912 local 368.

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