Reports and policy papers

A core philosophy of Security Lancaster is to further the public debate on security and protection issues in an open and accessible way.

As such we run numerous activities such as the Future of... workshop series which intend to progress the discourse in these areas via rational and well-constructed debate using a multidisciplinary and multi-stakeholder approach.

Security Lancaster's ethos is one of engagement with key stakeholders from across public and private sectors in order to enable those stakeholders and opportunity to engage with the expertise at the centre but also the opportunity to engage with other stakeholders that they may not normally engage with during the course of their normal activities.

We believe that it is incumbent on Security Lancaster to facilitate these engagements in order to have a progressive rational debate on delicate and contentious issues surrounding security and protection issues. Here we present the reports and policy papers that come out of our research and wider engagements.

Policy Papers

2014

2013

2012