This study searches for the approaches for securing social capital essential to manage the crisis and emergency effectively in the global society. For attaining the research goal, this essay explores these significant possibilities in three main steps; the definition and significance of crisis and emergency management under the concept of comprehensive security; the relationships between global governance and social capital and crisis/emergency management; policy implications and approaches. This paper suggested four approaches for securing social capital that have an effect on the global crisis and emergency management governance as follows; institutional approach, participatory approach, knowledge-based communication approach, and burden sharing approach.
II. Comprehensive Security and National Crisis
III. Global Crisis/Emergency Management Governance
IV. Social Capital and Global Crisis/Emergency Management
V. Approaches for Securing Social Capital in Global Crisis and Emergency Management
Knowledge-based Communication Approach
Burden Sharing Approach