The Hay Institute has designed multiple initiatives
to work toward its mission, including:

The Hay Journal

Roundtables Series

The Hay Journal is a quarterly publication that aims to create an intellectual platform to stimulate academic, scientific, and research-based discussions on different aspects of  Human Security. Learn more...
By conducting Roundtables, we seek to build a bridge between those with differing views to reach a deeper understanding of human security issues and to train a generation of experts and policy-makers who deploy a human security lens in their analysis of politics of different levels. Learn more...

Hay Podcasts

Fellowship Program

A series of bi-weekly podcasts produced by the Hay Institute on different aspects of Human Security. Hay podcasts stimulate open-ended discussions on these issues. Learn more...
The Hay Fellowship Program is open to current graduate students and recent graduates with an outstanding academic background in relevant fields such as Law, Psychology, Social Science, and Political Science.  Learn more...

Hay Biennial Conference 

The Hay Biennial Conference is a multi-disciplinary every other year conference attracting the highest quality research and best practices on a wide variety of important current and emerging human security issues. The conference would be comprised of panels, lectures, and poster presentations and is designed to encourage substantive interaction among participants of variety of backgrounds. Learn more...