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Updated on 14 Jun 2021
ICCT’s New Associate Fellows for Rule of Law Responses to Terrorism

The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT) is proud to announce the eleven new Associate Fellows for our programme on Rule of Law Responses to Terrorism. Our fellows come from backgrounds spanning academia, policy-making and provision of legal analysis on topical countering terrorism issues. The Associate Fellows will publish in the ICCT journal and will contribute […]

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Updated on 14 Jun 2021
After the Attack: Lessons for Governments and Journalists in Reporting Terrorist Incidents

This report synthesises the findings of three research reports, which explored media responses to three terrorist incidents – the Chibok kidnapping in Nigeria in 2014, al-Shabaab attacks in Nairobi in 2013 and 2019, and the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka in 2019. These papers – part of an ongoing project led by International Centre […]

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Updated on 10 Jun 2021
Yemen’s Houthis and the Terrorist Designation System

In its last hours in office, the administration of former US president Donald Trump designated Yemen’s Houthi rebels as a Foreign Terrorist Organisation (FTO), prompting uproar that the resulting sanctions would worsen Yemen’s dire humanitarian situation. Trump’s successor Joe Biden swiftly reversed the move amid fears of imminent famine, but the policy shift caused consternation […]

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Updated on 10 Jun 2021
ICCT in the Media: Eviane Leidig on Jurgen Conings

On 7 June, the Danish news outlet BT interviewed ICCT’s Research Fellow Eviane Leidig.

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Updated on 9 Jun 2021
ICCT Live Briefing on Deradicalisation and Disengagement

On 30 June 2021, from 1600-1730 CET (GMT+2), the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT) is hosting an ICCT Live Briefing, followed by a Q&A session, via Zoom. Sign up via this form.

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Updated on 4 Jun 2021
ICCT in the Media: Julie Coleman on the situation in the Sahel

On 3 June 2021, Julie Coleman reflected on the precarious situation in the Sahel in a BBC news article. She argues that “the predominately security-focussed approach has been counter-productive as it has failed to address the underlying problems that have driven so many young Malians to join extremist groups.” Read the article by the BBC […]

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Updated on 8 Jun 2021
Part V of the Handbook: Preparedness and Consequence Management

On 17 June 2021, from 1600-1730 CET (GMT+2), the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT) will host the final online ICCT Book Presentation to present Part V of the Handbook of Terrorism Prevention and Preparedness: Preparedness and Consequence Management. Register here The Handbook aims to be an authoritative resource on anticipatory counter-terrorism and features […]

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Updated on 26 May 2021
ICCT’s Key Publications on the Internet and Radicalisation

The EU Parliament recently approved an ambitious and controversial law aimed at regulating online terrorist content. Have at look at some of our key research on how the internet influences radicalisation to better understand this law’s impact.

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Updated on 8 Jun 2021
Handbook, Part V: Preparedness and Consequence Management

In the fifth and final part of the Handbook of Terrorism Prevention and Preparedness, the authors explore the required approach to minimize harm should prevention fail, and how this can be done, exploring victim- and human rights issues among others. The chapters explore issues of traumatisation, public panic, economic disruptions, revenge acts and human rights […]

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Updated on 20 May 2021
2021 Online Summer Programme: Preventing, Detecting and Responding to Violent Extremism

Register here. This online summer programme, organised by the Centre for Professional Learning of Leiden University and the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT), provides insight into the opportunities and challenges of various approaches to prevent, detect and respond to violent extremism. In an intensive three-day course, participants will meet academics, experts, policymakers […]

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