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Sat, Sep 25


Global CT Institute Webinar Series

Emerging Methodologies & Challenges in Countering Terrorism in the Sahel & Africa

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Global CT Institute Webinar Series
Global CT Institute Webinar Series

Time & Location

Sep 25, 2021, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT


About the event

To provide learners with a comprehensive view of the global fight against terrorism, this block explains how select international organizations work towards a common counter-terrorism goal. Description In the fight against terrorism, the responsibility to monitor, engage, deter or punish lies predominantly with sovereign states.  . International and regional organizations, however, also play a role, engaging with nations along principles of complementarity and non-duplication. These organizations including the United Nations (UN), European Union (EU), Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Global counter-terrorism Forum (GCTF), African Union (AU), and INTERPOL, can provide guidance and draw from diverse national expertise and policies to extrapolate best practices across borders. Such organizations are committed to fostering international peace and security, and promoting social progress, equality and human rights. In leadership and assistance capacities, they form a global counterterrorism network, establishing standards by which nations can aim to develop their own frameworks. They also help open diplomatic pathways for the sharing of intelligence, and the formation of regional and international counter-terrorism strategy.


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