Realization of Human Security in Light of Good Governance

Maedeh Samadi, Seyyed Bagher Mirabbassi

Abstract


Support of human rights and the appearance of “human security” issue in the new system of international law as a newfangled concept, has led to a change in traditional outlook towards security. In the present paper beside taking into consideration the concept of security in Realist and Liberal Perspectives, the developmental performance of the state regarding enforcement of rules (as the first serious addressee of providing and guaranteeing human rights in international rights system) from national security with a focus on human security in the context of good governance was considered as well. The primary objective of the study was to understand the effect of good governance on human security realization. In such a way that states would be able to increase the coefficient of human security provision and guaranty by changing the method of governance in their territory. Also, reforming the governance structure besides taking steps to strengthen individuals in the face of human insecurity is also a coherent approach to providing a helpful background for civil society.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/jpl.v10n1p84

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