INTERPOL and UNCCT jointly conducted a workshop on “Enhancing Member State Capacities to use Social Media to Prevent and Counter the Foreign Terrorist Fighters Phenomenon”.
1497 delegates from Member States, International and Regional Organisations, UN entities and 55 civil society organisations, including women associations and youth groups participated in the Regional African Conference on counter-Terrorism and its 13 side events
To fight terrorism and to prevent violent extremism are fundamental priorities for the African Union, for the [United Nations], for Africa and for the world.
The African Regional High-level Conference on Counter-Terrorism and the Prevention of Violent Extremism Conducive to Terrorism, jointly convened by UNOCT and the Republic of Kenya, started in the UN Office at Nairobi.
Enhancement of international cooperation to assist victims of terrorism
UNOCT and ICSS signed an agreement that will foster cooperation around matters related to preventing and countering terrorism, particularly with regard to the protection of vulnerable targets in the context of major sporting events.
The conference was organized by the Government of Mongolia in collaboration with the OSCE Secretariat’s Transnational Threats Department and UNOCT
UN Secretary-General António Guterres has declared war on hate speech, telling Member States on Tuesday, that we all need to “do better at looking out for each other”.
UNOCT, UNODC and IPU co-organized a regional conference on parliamentary engagement in addressing terrorism and conditions conducive to terrorism in Niamey from 12 to 14 June 2019.
UNOCT, UNODC and IPU co-organized a regional conference on parliamentary engagement in addressing terrorism and conditions conducive to terrorism in Niamey from 12 to 14 June.