The WAAS-UNTFHS Campaign on Human Security for All aims to bring human security for all by leaving no one behind.
Campaign on Human Security for All
Human Security addresses all the critical issues confronting the world today, including peace, human rights, inequality, health, food, education, jobs, safe communities and personal safety, energy, pollution, biodiversity course, climate change.
Technology for Human Security
WAAS partnered with CTA, The Consumer Technology Association to promote the theme of HUMAN SECURITY at the CES 2023 on January 5-8, 2023 at Las Vegas. The event promoted technological innovations to support human security for all.
Solutions to Close the SDG Gap
Achieving the SDGs by 2030 is possible with the right will, mobilization, and comprehensive implementation of key solutions and capital, even surpassing the targets.
The event seeks to provide a platform for open discussions about AI, fostering the sharing of ideas and best practices to develop policies for implementing Human Security principles.
our world needs an engaged and committed alliance of global citizens who have authority and access to see these Must Haves and Must Dos are implemented.
CES hosted a joint event with the United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security and the World Academy of Art and Science at the UN global headquarters in NYC on September 18. During the event, they announced Technology as the new eighth Human Security Pillar.
The webinar introduced biohydrogen, its production and uses. It focused on specific pathways for producing hydrogen for potential energy use.
The inaugural webinar in our Human Security series was held, offering an introduction to the concerns of the Academy’s founders regarding the impact of knowledge and technology. We shared our recent work on the opportunities and challenges associated with Technological Security.
This conference focused on the theme of Human Security, highlighting the problems related to democracy and the economy in the present and the coming years. This 3-day conference was held in English, Portuguese or Spanish.