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UNCCT Annual Report

2019 Annual Report on the Fourth Year of the UNCCT 5-Year Programme

The "2019 Annual Report on the Fourth Year of the UNCCT 5-Year Programme" provides a comprehensive overview of all UN Counter Terrorism Centre's Programmes and Projects implemented in 2019, including their substantive and financial performance.

In 2019, UNCCT organized 95 capacity-building workshops and expert level meetings, engaging over 5,000 individuals. Responding to Member State demands and both Security Council and General Assembly resolutions, UNCCT also launched new programmes and expanded existing ones in priority areas such as countering the financing of terrorism, youth engagement, cybersecurity, victims of terrorism, upholding human rights while countering terrorism, mainstreaming gender, and countering terrorist use of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear material. 

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UNOCT/UNCCT Crisis Communications Toolkit

This Crisis Communications Toolkit for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE) was developed under the UNCCT Global Programme for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism, to strengthen the capacity of member states and civil society to develop strong crisis communications related to terrorist incidents. The Toolkit includes theoretical crisis communication approaches, evidence-based principles, frameworks, best practices, templates and tools that can be easily adapted and quickly activated. The content is based on the UNCCT Preventing Violent Extremism through the Strategic Communication Crisis Communication capacity-building training module. Further technical support can be provided to member states and civil society to tailor this Toolkit and integrate it into their existing crisis response systems.

This report is available in: EN

Preventing Terrorists from Acquiring Weapons – Technical Guidelines

These technical guidelines are a first in its kind document to facilitate the implementation of Security Council resolution 2370 (2017) on preventing terrorists from acquiring weapons. They are developed by CTED, UNCCT, UNIDIR and the members of the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Coordination Compact Working Group on Border Management and Law Enforcement relating to Counter-Terrorism as a result of a joint project.

This publication is available in: EN

The Handbook of Global South Initiatives to Counter Terrorism and Prevent Violent Extremism

The Handbook of Global South Initiatives to Counter Terrorism and Prevent Violent Extremism features national and regional CT/PVE initiatives in various regions of the Global South that offer innovative solutions and have demonstrated results as well as a potential for expansion. The handbook is part of UNOCT’s ongoing efforts to enhance South-South and Triangular cooperation in countering terrorism and preventing violent extremism.

This publication is available in: AR CH EN FR RU SP

Handbook Children affected by the foreign-fighter phenomenon: Ensuring a child rights-based approach

Following the territorial collapse of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in particular, increased attention has been focused on foreign-fighters and their families returning to their countries of origin or travelling to a third country. Thousands of children are among them. This Handbook lists practical guidance towards such children while also taking obligations under international human rights, humanitarian and refugee law into account.
This publication is available in: AR | EN | FR | RU

Handbook on Human Rights and Screening in Border Security and Management

Policies and procedures around border security and management are wide ranging and raise a variety of issues related to human rights. This Handbook focuses on specific human rights issues around policies and processes for screening and assessing individuals at international borders in the context of counter-terrorism.

Available in: AR | EN | FR 

Pocketbook on Human Rights and Screening in Border Security and Management

Screening procedures at borders play an important role in identifying and intercepting individuals suspected of traveling to participate in terrorist acts. This Pocketbook looks at border security and management, international law and respecting and protecting human rights of every individual while taking measures to counter terrorism.

Available in: AR| EN | FR