Good Governance for a Safe World

It’s a given. We live in a world that is constantly changing. To examine three areas where those changes are particularly manifest, we have created a research platform, Good Governance for a Safe World. The three themes in question are global cities, new risks and complex governance. Our objective at The Hague University for Applied Sciences is to develop the knowledge required to educate the professionals of the future and to renew the professional practice. The platform combines the resources of research groups of researchers, lecturers and professionals from both inside and outside the university. Read more

Pooling the resources of research groups, lecturers, professional researchers and students, the platform sets out to study some pertinent questions. Three major themes have been selected:

  • Global cities
  • New risks
  • Complex governance

The following research groups participate in this research platform:

  • Cyber Security & Safety - Marcel Spruit
  • Cyber Security in SME - Rutger Leukfeldt
  • Energy and the Built Environment - Laure Itard
  • International Peace, Justice and Security - Joris Voorhoeve
  • Metropolitan Development - Vincent Smit
  • Networks & Systems Cyber Security - Thomas Quillinan
  • Public Governance - Henno Theisens
  • Smart Sensory Systems- John Bolte
  • The Changing Role of Europe - Mendeltje van Keulen
  • Urban Metabolism - Karel Mulder

 

 
PositionNameE-mail
Leading lectorHenno Theisensh.c.theisens@hhs.nl
Programme CoordinatorIris Meerts i.p.meerts@hhs.nl
ChairmanLiduine Bremerl.m.bremer@hhs.nl