Summer Programme | 24-28 August 2015

Countering Terrorism: Legal Challenges and Dilemmas

From 24 – 28 August 2015, ICCT and the T.M.C. Asser Instituut convene the fifth Advanced Summer Programme on Countering Terrorism: Legal Challenges and Dilemmas.



News item | 26 May 2015

GCTF Vacancy: Events Manager

ICCT is currently seeking an Events Manager for the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) Administrative Unit.  Find out more about the vacancy and how to apply for the position. 

News item | 21 May 2015

GCTF Vacancy: Communications and Knowledge Manager

ICCT is currently seeking a Communications & Knowledge Manager for the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) Administrative Unit.  Find out more about the vacancy and how to apply for the position.

News item | 20 May 2015

ICCT Vacancy: Programme Assistant

ICCT is seeking a Programme Assistant to join the team! Find out more about the vacancy and how to apply for the position.

Meeting Report | 20 May 2015

China's Role in Peacekeeping and Counter-Terrorism Mali

As part of an ongoing project on China's role in the UN-led Peacekeeping Operation in Mali (MINUSMA), Clingendeal and ICCT convened an Expert Seminar on “China's Role in Peacekeeping, Counter-Terrorism and Counter Violent Extremism in Mali” on Thursday 30 April. The full meeting report is now available.

News item | 29 April 2015

Update on the Summer Programme: Mr. Faisal Wando on his Experiences

Mr. Faisal Wando (Programme Officer - Save Project, Nigeria) is an alumni of the Summer Programme on Countering Terrorism. He explains what the programme taught him and how this has helped him in his field of work. 

News item | 29 April 2015

April 2015 Newsletter

Our April 2015 is out! Find out more about our latest publications, events and activities.

News item | 24 April 2015

ICCT Future Host GCTF Administrative Unit

The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism - The Hague (ICCT) is proud to inform you that the Administrative Unit of the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) will, from January 2016, transfer to ICCT. 

News item | 20 April 2015

ICCT Vacancy: Team Leader GCTF

ICCT is seeking a Team Leader for the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) Administrative Unit. 

News item | 16 April 2015

Update on the Summer Programme: Prof. Richard English on Essential Counter-Terrorism Paradigms

Prof. Richard English will be delivering one of the lectures during the fifth Summer Programme on Legal Challenges and Dilemmas in Counter-Terrorism. Prof. English will be focusing on essential counter-terrorism paradigms.

News item | 7 April 2015

Meeting Report on CTED Research Network Launch

On 19 February, ICCT Director Mr. Mark Singleton attended the launch of the global research network of CTED. This network aims at strengthening the capacity to identify new trends and developments in terrorism and monitoring the different counter-terrorism efforts by UN Member States.

News item | 31 March 2015

March 2015 Newsletter

Our March 2015 newsletter is out! Find out more about our latest publications, activities and events.

News item | 25 March 2015

Meeting Report on Dawn and Dignity: Libya’s Escalating Civil War with Dr. Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

On Thursday 12 March 2015, ICCT hosted two events around the Research Paper “Dignity and Dawn: Libya’s Escalating Civil War” by ICCT Associate Fellow Dr. Daveed Gartenstein-Ross: an Expert Roundtable Meeting and a public Evening Seminar. Read the meeting report here.



ICCT Commentary | 21 May 2015

Austria's Reformed Law on Islam - a Model for Europe?

In this commentary, ICCT Research Fellow Dr. Alex Schmid discusses the recently passed reformed law on Islam in Austria and the possibilities these reforms give for developing a so-called European Islam.

Research Paper | 7 May 2015

The Role of the Military in Securing Suspects and Evidence in the Prosecution of Terrorism Cases before Civilian Courts: Legal and Practical Challenges

In this Research Paper, by ICCT Research Fellows Dr. Bibi van Ginkel and Dr. Christophe Paulussen, the role of the military when performing law enforcement activities in terms of collecting evidence and/or securing suspected terrorists is analysed.

Policy Brief | 30 April 2015

Pathways of Foreign Fighters: Policy Options and Their (Un)Intended Consequences

In this Policy Brief, ICCT Fellows Dr. Alastair Reed, Ms. Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn and Prof. Dr. Edwin Bakker look at the (un)intended consequences of policies addressing the foreign fighter phenomenon on the different pathways foreign fighters could take once they have arrived in Syria or Iraq.

Research Paper | 24 April 2015

Towards a European Position on Armed Drones and Targeted Killing: Surveying EU Counter-Terrorism Perspectives

In this Research Paper, ICCT Research Fellows Ms. Jessica Dorsey and Dr. Christophe Paulussen gauge the extent to which European Union Member States share the position of the United States on armed drones and targeted killings. In doing so, it aims to assist in distilling a common EU position on the use of armed drones and a legal framework for counter-terrorism-related uses of force. 

Background Note | 22 April 2015

European Female Jihadists in Syria: Exploring an Under-Researched Topic

The number of young Western women travelling abroad to join the "Islamic State" (IS) continues to increase. However, little is known about these women, including their motivations and roles within organisations such as IS. With this Background Note, Research Fellow Prof. Dr. Edwin Bakker and Ms. Seran de Leede provide preliminary answers and explain what is known so far.

Commentary | 21 April 2015

Responding to Foreign Fighters: A Quick Overview for People with Little Time

In this commentary ICCT Research Fellow Dr. Christophe Paulussen gives a quick snap-shot of the foreign fighters phenomenon, which is a complex and multi-faceted issue. The commentary is based on the speech Dr. Paulussen presented to the Council of Europe's Committee on Political Affairs and Democracy on 16 March 2015.