(Last updated : 2021-08-26 16:44:14)
  GOMEZ Oscar A.
   Department   College of Asia Pacific Studies
   Position   Assistant Professor
■ Education
1. 2008/04~2011/03 〔Doctoral course〕 Human Security, Graduate School Division of Human and Environmental Studies, Tohoku University, Completed, Doctoral degree (Environmental Studies)
2. 2006/04~2008/03 〔Master degree program〕 Human Security, Graduate School Division of Human and Environmental Studies, Tohoku University, Completed, Master degree (Environmental Studies)
3. 1997/01~2002/12 Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, National University of Colombia, Graduated
■ Message
Message to undergraduate students: The university is an exceptional place to explore many different ways through which we humans try to make sense of our world. Leave your comfort zone as often as possible and enjoy. Message to graduate school students: Find interesting questions and devote yourself to their answers. Write and discuss your ideas frequently with all types of persons. Make a habit of carefully listening to others.
■ Current specialized field
International Relations, Disasters, Environmental policy (Key Word:Global governance, human security, humanitarianism, constructivism, disasters, displacement, epidemics, famine, international cooperation, climate change, adaptation, development, crisis, emergency, nexus, East Asia, Latin America, ethics) 
■ Books and theses
1. 2021/03/30 Article Protecting our human world order: A human security compass for a new sustainability decade. Background paper for the Human Development Report Office, UNDP  (Collaboration)  Link
2. 2021/03/21 Article Localisation or deglobalisation? East Asia and the dismantling of liberal humanitarianism Third World Quarterly  (Single)  Link
3. 2021 Book Population Movements and Human Security Climate Change, Disaster Risk, and Human Security: Asian Experience and Perspectives -,pp.Pending (Single) 
4. 2020/06/30 Article Humanitarianism in Latin America: Past and Present International Journal of Cooperation and Development 7(1),pp.6-11 (Collaboration)  Link
5. 2019/05 Article Fragility Risks (CFR) in Development Sectors: Six Principles for Managing Synergies and Trade-offs   (Collaboration) 
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■ Academic or professional association memberships
1. 2020/04~ Japan Association of International Relations
2. 2017/10~ International Studies Association
3. 2016/03~ International Humanitarian Studies Association
4. 2012/06~2018/06 Human Development and Capability Association
5. 2011/09~ Japan Association for Human Security Studies
■ Conference presentations
1. 2021/07/28 Understanding climate change through a human security perspective (Climate Change and Communities: a Human Security Perspective) Link
2. 2021/07/08 The human security lens and peaceful development: some hints for practice (European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes Conference) Link
3. 2021/06/10 The need for a human security approach to crises through and beyond development (Virtual Symposium: “A New Generation of Human Security) Link
4. 2020/11/30 Humanitarianism in Latin America: Past and Present (International Journal of Cooperation and Development launching event)
5. 2020/11/29 Protecting our human world order: A human security compass for a new sustainability decade (Japan Association for Human Security Studies) Link
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■ Research topic, funded research and KAKENHI
1. 2018/07~2021/03  Comparative Study of Global Policies on Humanitarian Crisis  (Key Word : )
■ Educational ability
● Made textbook and teaching material
1. 2013/02 Human Security Guidance Note
■ Committee and society
1. 2020/04/01~2021/03/31 JICA Ogata Sadako Research Institute Visiting fellow Link
2. 2018/07/17~ International Network of Disaster Studies Conference, Iwate University, Harvard University and Tsinghua University, to be held Steering Committee member
3. 2017/06~ Humanitarian Encyclopedia, Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action (CERAH), Geneva. Scientific Committee member Link