Victims of terror attacks have an important and powerful role to play in combatting the “global menace” the UN chief said, launching an exhibition at UNHQ in New York to commemorate the first International Day of
With new solutions proposed, and new partnerships established, the United Nations Secretary-General told delegates from Member States attending the first ever High-Level Conference on Counter-Terrorism, that he was committed to meeting the
Heads of counter-terrorism agencies from across the world will be meeting at UN Headquarters in New York next week for the first time, to pool expertise, resources and ideas to fight back against the growing scourge of international terrorism.
The 16th Advisory Board meeting of the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre (UNCCT) took place in Riyadh on 17 April in the presence of the United Nations Secretary-General, Mr. António Guterres and the Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Saudi
On 12 March 2018, on the occasion of the 62nd Commission on the Status of Women, the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT) and UN Women organized a panel discussion on the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy: Advancing Women’s Leadership and Participation
The prospect of non-State actors, including terrorist groups and their supporters, gaining access to and using weapons and materials of mass destruction is a serious threat to international peace and security. The international community must be
The global aviation system is of vital importance to economic development and prosperity, and all States must strengthen, both individually and collectively, aviation security measures, in order to secure a stable and peaceful global
Marking the twentieth anniversary of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Secretary-General underscored the importance of justice to prevent conflict, promote peace and security, and the Sustainable Development Goals
While the efforts of the Governments in Africa's Lake Chad Basin have diminished Boko Haram's combat capacity in the region, the terrorist group has changed its tactics, increasing the use of suicide attacks.
The joint task force by the so-called Group of Five (G5) – Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger – to tackle the threat of terrorism in Africa's Sahel region is now operational