Human Security Research Centre Ghana (HSRCGh)



Human Development and Human Security

The UNDP Human Development Report 1994 defines Human Development as “a process of widening the range of people’s choices”, it argues that human security denotes people’s ability to exercise those choices safely and freely and with the relative confidence that those choices would sustain. It identifies seven prospective sources that include most, but not necessarily all aspects of human security: economic security, food security, health security, environmental security, personal security, communal security, and political security. (UNDP 1994:22-33)

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