Entries by Thijs Jeursen

Ethnography in a non-traditional context

    On August 30th, the Securcit Team traveled to former airbase Soesterberg to meet with the Research Team of Erik Rietveld. Together, they discussed experiences and understandings of Ethnography in what was definitely a unique – and non-traditional – context. We would like to thank Erik and Rivke for their arrangements as well as […]

Plural Security in the City: Summary

In rapidly growing cities across the Global South, an array of coercive actors offer urban populations a form of order, and in some cases act as the primary provider of local security. Still, local government remains an important instrument for advancing security as a public good. The University of Amsterdam (UvA), the Conflict Research Unit […]