February 18, 2021
A new (in)security narrative for technology?
January 17, 2020
What is the state of the UN Security Council debate on sanctions addressing conflict-related sexual violence?
November 11, 2019
The Cornelius Haga Lyceum has been under investigation for promoting Salafist ideas – but how did ‘Salafism’ become a security issue in the first place?
Layla van Wieringen
September 20, 2019
The tension between what intelligence agencies do and how the public reacts to it is built in from the very beginning and can be explained by looking into the underlying logics of secrecy that govern those counterparts.
March 04, 2019
How does trust in political institutions influence citizens' feelings of security?
Ramon van der Does
May 07, 2018
Together with the Leiden•Delft•Erasmus alliance, Leiden University created a Massive Open Online Course for students and professionals with a broad interest in the topic of risk and/or safety and security.
January 26, 2018
Metropolises, or ‘city-regions’, have become a key focus of comparative social research, as they form the key nodal points or ‘command centres’ in more networked and globally integrated social relations.
February 27, 2017
Who, in the end, decides what the security service actually does? In ‘Images of the enemy’ the Dutch security service are analyzed in their political, bureaucratic, and societal context.
February 15, 2017