Video Interview Film with Stakeholders in Societal Security

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Abstract

The aim of task 9.11, which translates into this deliverable 9.14, was to conduct short video interviews with various stakeholders on how they perceive societal security (civil society members/European citizens, scholars and researchers, industry representatives, NGO representatives and policy makers). Security experts from the various stakeholder groups were contacted and invited to participate in a filmed interview. A total of seven people were interviewed and their stories published on the SOURCE project YouTube channel and on the SOURCE project website www.societalsecurity.net. Interviewees included policy makers, researchers, civil society representatives, investigative journalists, and industry representatives. The focus of the interviews was to explore their opinions on Europe’s future security threats, key actors in addressing these threats and to enquire on their position concerning the role of the concept of societal security. The output of these interviews highlights the diversity of stakeholders within the field, their broad level of expertise and the exciting dynamics of the European security actors.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSocietal Security Network (SOURCE)
Commissioning bodySOURCE A Virtual Centre of Excellence for Research Support and Coordination on Societal Security
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2015

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