From 18th to 24th November, the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – the Hague (ICCT) is celebrating our 10th Anniversary. Founded in 2010, ICCT has since offered tailor made, rule of law inspired, context and culture sensitive projects, training and advice on CT and C/PVE, all over the world.
Join us for a series of online events and key releases with leading experts in the field of counter-terrorism as we discuss the past 10 years in counter-terrorism, key innovations in our field and future directions for our work.
Sign up for the events via our registration form! Full event descriptions can be found below.
Don’t miss out on the following events:
The webinar will see the launch of a special edition of ICCT’s research journal, "Evolutions in Counter-Terrorism". Divided into two volumes, this special edition features both the past publications curated by ICCT’s past directors and newly published articles on the future of terrorism.
Our anniversary will also feature the launch of a new and innovative knowledge product: an interactive multimedia game. Examining the aftermath of a key incident in the study of terrorism, this narrative places readers in the perspective of practitioners, policy-makers and the general public as they navigate important dilemmas in the field of counter-terrorism.
Flashpoints is a text-based interactive game that draws upon research and expertise by ICCT into counter-terrorism strategic communications, rule of law aspects of CT and criminal justice responses to terrorism.
In this webinar, Prof. em Alex. P Schmid will present the Handbook of Terrorism Prevention and Preparedness. This ambitious joint project aims to be an authoritative resource on anticipatory counter-terrorism and features contributions from leading experts in the field. He will be joined by prominent authors who contributed to the Handbook.
The Handbook of Terrorism Prevention and Preparedness, edited by Prof. em. Alex P. Schmid. This ambitious joint project aims to be an authoritative resource on anticipatory counter-terrorism and features contributions from 40 experts in the field.
Prof. em. Schmid, former Officer-in-Charge of the UN Terrorism Prevention Branch in Vienna, and Research Fellow of ICCT, will present in the webinar with some of his fellow contributors to share some key insights and goals of the project.