Human Security Collective (HSC) is a foundation based in The Hague working on issues of development, security and the involvement of citizens in their communities and societies. We believe that the idea of Human Security with its focus on people, relationships and human rights provides an organizing frame for action.
Based on the elements of trust-creation, local ownership, empowerment and collective action, we facilitate conversation between civil society, policy shapers and other actors to promote alternative approaches to current security practice.
Ahead of Libya's UPR process, a report by a coalition of partners working in and on Libya, assesses the current human rights situation there.Read more
Youth Leaders from across Cameroon’s Far North gather in the regional capital of Maroua to work on issues related to human security in their local areas.Read more
Multi-stakeholder dialogue seeking to find (and showcase existing) policy and technological solutions to the current financial access difficulties facing NPOs.Read more
A blog written for the CivilSociety20 (C20) on what the G20 can do to address, at a systemic level, the problem of financial access facing nonprofit organizations (NPOs) worldwide - a problem compounded by the humanitarian need that has arisen due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more