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Counter-terrorism strategy is a government's plan to use the instruments of national power to neutralize terrorists, their organizations, and their networks in order to render them incapable of using violence to instill fear and to coerce the government or its citizens to react in accordance with the terrorists' goals.
International humanitarian law and the authority of surveillance organizations recognize the important frameworks that place human rights in the context of terrorism and counter-terrorism without interfering with the nature of these rights. In addition, counter-terrorism measures taken by States should prevent them from falling into snare of infringing fundamental rights and democratic.Due to the pain that it inflicts on people indiscriminately, the United Nations has taken the threat of terrorism seriously and is actively engaging all member nations to participate in counterterrorism efforts (United Nations (UN), 2008). The counterterrorism agenda is a priority one for the UN for many years now.The Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force (CTITF) was established by the Secretary-General in 2005 and endorsed by the General Assembly through the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism.
Leadership, coordination and capacity-building are provided in support of Member States’ efforts to implement UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy and take practical steps to prevent and counter.Read More
The OSCE makes a comprehensive contribution to international efforts against terrorism led by the United Nations, addressing the manifestations of terrorism, as well as the various social, economic, political and other factors, which might engender conditions in which terrorist organizations could engage in recruitment and win support.Read More
Counter-terrorism efforts Slovenia strongly condemns all forms of terrorism and violent extremism regardless of their nature or religious, ethnic or other ideology.Read More
Counter-terrorism and humanitarian action Tensions, impact and ways forward hpg HPG Policy Brief 43 Humanitarian Policy Group October 2011 Sara Pantuliano is Head of the Humanitarian Policy Group. Kate Mackintosh is an independent consultant. Samir Elhawary and Victoria Metcalfe are Research Fellows in HPG. The authors would like to thank Haroun Atallah, Emanuela Gillard, Elisabeth Kvitashvili.Read More
WELCOME TO THE COUNTER TERRORISM CENTRE In response to the challenges of Terrorism that Nigeria faces, the Terrorism Prevention Act 2011 as amended in 2013 was signed into law. The Act designates the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) as the Coordinating Office for Nigeria’s Counter terrorism efforts.Read More
Examination of Counter Terrorism Efforts Terrorism: it strikes fear into many. There are a few brave souls that stand up to one of the most dangerous threats this world has ever known. Dozens of Counter-Terrorism teams use the latest technology to combat international terrorism. Many people do not know that counter terrorism teams exist. These are Counter Terrorism teams and what they are.Read More
Counter Terrorism requires close coordination of EU and MS efforts and close cooperation with international partners, and seamless integration of internal and external Counter Terrorism work. The 2005 EU Counter-Terrorism Strategy based on prevention, protection, pursuit and response and the updated Terrorism Action Plan provide the strategic framework for the development of the EU’s counter.Read More
Many of the police officers at Birmingham Airport work for West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit. They are part of the national Counter Terrorism Policing Network whose role is to keep the UK safe from terrorism. The officers do not wear uniform but are identifiable by the police badge worn on a lanyard. These officers are here to assist the public in the same way as their uniformed colleagues.Read More
To enhance the efforts to prevent and counter radicalisation leading to violent extremism and terrorism, and to improve coordination and cooperation between all relevant stakeholders, in 2017, the Commission set up a High-Level Commission Expert Group on radicalisation. The group delivered its Final Report on 18 May 2018, by which it accomplished its mandate, leading to the creation of an EU.Read More
Pakistan's Action to Counter Terrorism (PACT) with a special reference to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been developed jointly by the Government of Pakistan and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) with an aim to strengthening the processes related to pre-investigations, investigations, prosecutions and adjudication of terrorism related cases. The objectives of the project encompass.Read More