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Traffic Accidents and Human Security

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As part of my research project on what does and doesn’t count as a “human security” problem in the minds of practitioners, I’ve collected quite a few ideas about “neglected” human security issues that should get more attention. Among there are traffic accidents – something we tend to tolerate as a fact of modern life but which kill far more people daily than terrorism, war, or crime and are in fact the number of health risk for individuals age 1-34: – one death every 13 minutes on average (as many dead per month as died on 9/11) with young children twice as likely as adults to be victims.

So I’m happy to call readers’ attention to the NYTimes’ latest “Room for Debate.” There is a lot of interesting commentary, and in particular I am now aware of Tom Vanderbilt’s blog, which is worth a look.

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