方案和项目

联合国反恐怖主义中心向会员国提供必要的政策支持,传播对《联合国全球反恐战略》的深入了解,并在必要时加快在该战略四大支柱提供技术援助。更多地了解关于反恐中心的反恐工作,并探索下面列出的计划。

  与伙伴会员国、联合国实体以及国际和区域组织一道,正在实施40个惠及71个会员国的能力建设方案和项目。2019年1月至11月,反恐办/反恐中心在64个讲习班培训了2 100多人,该中心举行了15次专家级会议,进行了10次考察/技术任务。这些方案和项目侧重于在打击恐怖主义并防止助长恐怖主义的暴力极端主义方面的关键专题领域,包括外国恐怖主义作战人员、反恐怖主义及防止和打击暴力极端主义战略、边境安全、网络安全、大规模毁灭性武器/化生放核恐怖主义、南南合作、人权和恐怖主义受害者问题。

  该中心还启动了关于青年参与和赋权、恐怖主义-武器-犯罪联系以及对涉嫌或被判犯有恐怖主义行为的个人进行筛查和起诉、康复和重返社会的新方案和项目。反恐中心正在与全球反恐协调契约实体密切合作,实施由联合国反恐怖主义信托基金资助的5个种子项目,以激励和支持在反恐怖主义以及防止和打击暴力极端主义方面的联合方案拟订。

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National PVE action plans

National action plans to prevent violent extremism are practical frameworks that address the drivers of violent extremism. The project aims to make prevention work by supporting Member States in the design, development and adoption of such “all-of-Government,” “All-of-Society" action plans.

Prison management 

Further radicalizing incarcerated violent extremists poses a challenge for prison management. By improving safety, screening, disengagement processes and reintegration programs this project aims to stabilize prison environments and reduce chances of prisons becoming breeding grounds.

STRIVE Asia

The STRIVE Asia project mitigates the growing magnitude of the violent extremism threat posed by hate group Central, South and South East Asia. The UN and EU join forces to strengthen local authorities, legislative bodies and the private sector to prevent and counter violent extremism.  

Youth engagement

Our goal is to ensure participation of young women and men in developing and delivering programmes and policies that aim to prevent and counter violent extremism. Our programme is aimed at strengthening youth resilience and supports the positive role of young people in their prevention efforts.

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Border security

Enhancing awareness and understanding of established ‘good practices’ stems the flow of foreign terrorist fighters across borders. Our Programme assists countries integrating such practices within their national strategies and action plans to counter terrorism and enhances the skills of border officers.

cybersecurity

Cyber-capacities, artificial intelligence and unmanned aerial vehicles continue to become more widely available. Our Cybersecurity and New Technologies Programme aims to enhance capacities of Member States to prevent and mitigating the misuse of such technological developments.

Countering terrorist financing

Terrorist financing continues to evolve as the terrorist threat intensifies. With this UNCCT programme, that focuses on financial intelligence sharing, we aim to assist Member States in effectively freezing suspicious assets through prioritization of counter-terrorist financing practices.

WMD/ CBRN terrorism

In the wrong hands, weapons of mass destruction and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials are a global threat. With our Programme, we aim to advance Member States’ threat level understanding and enhance their prevention and response mechanisms.

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South-South cooperation

As terrorism has severely affected countries in the Global South, our project aims to strengthen their exchange of expertise. We plan to assist countries in building new partnerships enabling them to respond to their challenges in countering terrorism and preventing violent extremism.

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Civil society

Civil society makes unique and invaluable contributions to countering terrorism and preventing violent extremism. Through its work, UN Counter-Terrorism Centre seeks to strengthen and more systematically engage civil society organizations at the global, regional, national and local levels with a focus on human rights, gender, and youth.

Human rights

As Member States take measures to combat terrorism and prevent and counter violent extremism, our Programme provides them with targeted support and assistance to ensure that all their efforts comply with international human rights law, international refugee law and international humanitarian law.

Victims of terrorism

Through the UN Counter Terrorism Centre Victims of Terrorism Support Programme, the Centre advocates, provides policy advice, raises the voices of victims and builds Member State capacity to support Victims and their associations around the globe.