Human Development and Human Security: A Journey towards a Humane Global World

Djauhari Oratmangun


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17304/ijil.vol1.1.169

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The human security and human development issues are intertwined and can not be separated from the latter to the former. Those two concept’s main goals are to eradicate poverty and increase the life quality of human beings, so it has to be respected in international and national level, especially after United Nations adopted the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) as the outcome of UN Millenium Summit 2000. MDGs’ main focuses are as follows: eradicate extreme poverty, achieve universal primary education, empower women, developing a global partnership for development. The sustainable developments in which consists of economic development, social development and protection of environment is also needed to reach the MDGs’ main goals. Moreover, to reach the main goals of MDGs, developed countries have to follow the Millenium Development Compact, in the context of providing help for developing countries to create an economic global and a fair trade system. Furthermore, it is important for developing countries to prepare theirselves to put MDGs’ main goals into their national development program.




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