Contributors 1 Introduction: Why human security matters - Dennis Altman 2 Human security: From theory to practice - Joseph A Camilleri 3 In defence of breadth: The broad approach to human security - Stephen James 4 Human security and national security: The Australian context - Joseph A Camilleri 5 Australia's global security: A model national strategy for a more secure world - Anthony Burke 6 Human security and the politics of security - Matt McDonald 7 Australia's 'new engagement' with Africa: What role for human security? - David Mickler 8 Security from below: An alternative perspective on human security - Gerhard Hoffstaedter and Chris Roche 9 The prevention of mass atrocities: From principle to Australian foreign policy - Alex J Bellamy 10 Conclusion: The political virtues of human security - Robyn Eckersley Index
DENNIS ALTMAN is Professor of Politics and Director of the Institute for Human Security at La Trobe University. JOSEPH CAMILLERI is Professor of International Relations and Director of the Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University. ROBYN ECKERSLEY is Professor of Political Science in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne. GERHARD HOFFSTAEDTER is Lecturer in Anthropology in the School of Social Science at the University of Queensland. Previously he was a research fellow at the Institute for Human Security, La Trobe University.