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Does your Government need to make a terrorist-asset-freezing request to a foreign jurisdiction? Find your contact here.

The Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED) announced the launch of its third-party terrorist-asset-freezing request contacts database, which is intended to facilitate and accelerate the process of making terrorist asset-freezing requests.

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Border Management encompasses a complex and dynamic set of activities. In the context of counter-terrorism, effective border management plays an important role in combating the global terrorist threat. Agencies involved in border security and trade facilitation are confronted with the common challenge of facilitating the movement of legitimate people and goods while maintaining controlled and secure borders.

The Compendium of Border Control Instruments, Standards and Recommended Practices Related to Counter-Terrorism is a comprehensive compilation of international legal instruments, standards, recommended practices and other guidance material, intended to serve as a single point of reference on the various legal and practical matters relating to counter-terrorism aspects of border management. Notably, the Compendium fully recognizes the national sovereignty of Member States when implementing border management initiatives to counteract terrorism.

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The Counter-Terrorism Committee has published a directory of international good practices, codes and standards to assist Member States in their implementation of Security Council resolution 1624 (2005). The new directory, which complements the existing directory of recommended international best practices, codes and standards for the implementation of Security Council resolution 1373 (2001), was introduced to Member States by the Chairman of the Committee and the Executive Director of CTED at a briefing of 20 December 2010.