Draft agenda: Special meeting of the Counter-Terrorism Committee with international, regional and subregional organizations on “International Judicial and Law Enforcement Cooperation in Counter-Terrorism Matters pursuant to Security Council resolution 2322 (2016) and Other Relevant Council Resolutions” United Nations Headquarters, New York, 21 June 2017 Conference Room 3


2017-06-16T11:48:27+00:00 Thursday, 15 June 2017|International, regional, and subregional cooperation, Legal, Law enforcement|

Note on Open Briefing of CTC on Safe Haven and Asylum

In its resolution 1373 (2001), the Security Council decides that all States shall “deny safe haven to those who finance, plan, support or commit terrorist acts, or provide safe havens”.1 The resolution also calls upon States to take appropriate measures, in conformity with the relevant provisions of national and international law, “before granting refugee status, for the purpose of ensuring that the asylum-seeker has not planned, facilitated or participated in the commission of terrorist acts,”2 as well as to ensure that refugee status “is not abused by the perpetrators, organizers or facilitators of terrorist acts, and that claims of political motivation are not recognized as grounds for refusing requests for the extradition of alleged terrorists”.

2017-04-03T13:10:04+00:00 Thursday, 30 March 2017|International, regional, and subregional cooperation|

Concept note and agenda – Joint special meeting of the Counter-Terrorism Committee and the ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee with Member States, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and other relevant international and regional organizations on “Depriving Terrorist Groups from Accessing, Raising, and Moving Funds: Practices and Lessons Learned” United Nations Headquarters, New York, 12-13 December 2016

In its efforts to combat the global terrorist threat, the international community has prioritized the development of mechanisms to prevent terrorist organizations, particularly the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as Da’esh), from accessing the funds and other assets needed to finance their operations and recruitment activities.

2016-12-09T16:23:51+00:00 Tuesday, 6 December 2016|Terrorism financing|