Project S.A.F.E. (Security Assessment for Everyone) is an interdisciplinary network to advance the psychology of security and improve policy on human security in all its forms. Combining resources to create new responsive ways of capturing what is concerning people at any given time, in any given context, so that responsible governments and other agencies can act on evidence that is reliable, valid, accountable and ethically defensible.
We can collaborate with one another to create and promote research which focuses on how human security is conceptualised and how it feels to be secure human beings. We can work together to advance, change, and evaluate policies that improve levels of security, micro to macro and macro to micro, bottom up and top down, each matters in equal measure.
Our collaborating researchers at Project S.A.F.E are:
Stuart Carr, Massey University, NZ
Veronica Hopner, Massey University, NZ
Darrin Hodgetts, Massey University, NZ
James Liu, Massey University, NZ
Nick Nelson, Massey University, NZ
Rhys Ball, Massey University, NZ
Kerry Chamberlain, Massey University, NZ
Pita King, Massey University, NZ
Daniel Bar-Tal, Tel Aviv University
John Horgan, Georgia State University
Gustavo Massola, University of São Paulo
Fathali Moghaddam, Georgetown University
Moh Hakim, Sebelas Maret University
Leo Marai, University of Papua New Guinea
Rosalind Searle, University of Glasgow
Raymond Saner, University of Basle, CSEND, Geneva
Lichia Yiu, CSEND [Centre for Socio-EcoNomic Development], Geneva
Davide Aloi, University of Birmingham
Ingrid Covington, Centre for Psychology at Work
Please contact us about joining the network.