The Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs (Bell School) is recognised as the pre-eminent centre in the region and one of the best in the world for research excellence and policy analysis in the political, societal, diplomatic, security and strategic dimensions of international and Asia Pacific affairs.
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Our past projects with the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy
Chatham House has been a source of independent analysis, trusted dialogue and influential ideas for one hundred years. Today, at the beginning of their second century, they continue to offer solutions to global challenges and actively seek to empower the next generation to change the world.
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Our past projects with the Chatham House
CIVIPOL builds responses to shared security challenges with partner states. CIVIPOL acts in the context of projects implemented on multilateral and particularly European funding and are present in more than 80 countries worldwide.
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Our current projects with CIVIPOL
Clingendael - the Netherlands Institute of International Relations - is an independent think tank and academy on international affairs which aims to contribute to a secure, sustainable and just world.
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The Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force (CTITF) was established by the Secretary-General in 2005 and endorsed by the General Assembly through the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy by consensus in 2006. The mandate of the CTITF is to enhance coordination and coherence of counter-terrorism efforts of the United Nations system. The Task Force consists of 38 international entities which by virtue of their work have a stake in multilateral counter-terrorism efforts. Each entity makes contributions consistent with its own mandate.
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Our past projects with CTITF
The Royal Danish Embassy in Bamako is a cooperative embassy. Their activities are mainly related to bilateral cooperation between Mali and Denmark and efforts to harmonize and effective aid.
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Our current projects with The Embassy of Denmark to Mali
The French Embassy in Bamako is a cooperative embassy. Their activities are mainly related to bilateral cooperation between Mali and France and efforts to harmonize and effective aid.
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Our current projects with The Embassy of France to Mali
The Dutch Embassy in Bamako is a cooperative embassy. Their activities are mainly related to bilateral cooperation between Mali and the Netherlands and efforts to harmonize and effective aid.
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Our current projects with The Embassy of the Netherlands to Mali
The European Union is a unique economic and political union between 27 EU countries that together cover much of the continent. What began as a purely economic union has evolved into an organization spanning policy areas, from climate, environment and health to external relations and security, justice and migration. The ICCT has partnered with the EU to provide policy advise and serve to increase the Unions security and counter-terrorism related knowledge pool.
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The Commission's Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO) is responsible for designing European international cooperation and development policy and delivering aid throughout the world.
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Our current projects with EU DEVCO
The Global Center works to achieve lasting security by advancing inclusive, human rights–based policies, partnerships, and practices to address the root causes of violent extremism. Their global team and network of experts, trainers, fellows, and policy professionals work to conduct research and deliver programming across sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, and South, Central, and Southeast Asia.
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Our current projects with the Global Center on Cooperative Security
The Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA) is a scientific institute that specialises in security issues. Researchers at this institute are engaged in interdisciplinary research and teaching within the international scientific field of security studies. The approach to issues of security is glocal, that is to say that the local, national, transnational and global impact are studied and analysed in conjunction with each other.
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The ISD is the leading global ‘think and do’ tank dedicated to understanding and innovating real-world responses to the rising tide of polarisation, hate, extremism and disinformation. They are a charity registered in the UK, USA, France and Germany, headquartered in London with a global footprint that includes teams in Toronto, Dublin, Berlin, Amman, Nairobi, Beirut and the US.
The ISD is committed to finding solutions to the most pressing problems of the 21st century: extremism, polarisation, weaponised hate and disinformation. They combine sector-leading expertise in global extremist movements with advanced digital analysis capabilities, in order to deliver innovative, tailor-made policy and operational responses to these threats.
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Our past projects with the ISD
The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) partners to build knowledge and skills that secure Africa’s future. Their goal is to enhance human security as a means to achieve sustainable peace and prosperity. Their work covers transnational crimes, migration, maritime security and development, peacekeeping, peacebuilding, crime prevention and criminal justice, and the analysis of conflict and governance.
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Our past projects with the ISS
Leiden University has been established in Leiden for 445 years and has been operating in The Hague for twenty years. Leiden University wants to help strengthen The Hague as a city of knowledge by deepening its existing relationships and broadening its networks. The University’s three core tasks – education, research and impact – will therefore be deepened and extended in The Hague.
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Our current projects with Leiden University
The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) is the mandate that aims to support the implementation of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement in Mali ("The Agreement") by the Malian parties and other Malian actors involved. With regard to the Centre, the Council urges the Malian authorities to take swift action to protect civilians, reduce inter-communal violence and restore peaceful relations between communities in central Mali through the Central Mali Crisis Management Policy Framework and the full and effective implementation of the Central Mali Stabilisation Strategy.
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Our current projects with MINUSMA
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs works to create a just and sustainable world. They do this together with their partners at home and abroad. Working for the Netherlands, worldwide.
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The National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism protects the Netherlands from threats that could disrupt Dutch society. Since the establishment of the NCTV, central government has had a single organisation that deals with counterterrorism, cyber security, national security and crisis management. Together with the partners within the government, the research community and the private sector, the NCTV ensures that the Netherlands’ critical infrastructure is safe and remains that way.
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Our past projects with the National Coordinator for Security
The Polish Institute of International Affairs is an analytical institution established in 1996. The main task of PISM is to prepare public analysis, expertise and foresight studies of the international environment and processes affecting the Polish position in the world. The institute provides advice, among others, to the Polish government and contributes to wider debate on international relations in Europe and outside.
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Our past projects with the Polish Institute for International Affairs
Organised crime is a threat to European citizens, businesses and state institutions – as well as the economy as a whole. Criminals operate across borders, and consistent European-level action is the most effective way to stop them. The Programme Prevention of and Fight against Crime supports such activities. The EU supports actions intended to increase operational cooperation (e.g. strengthening networking, mutual confidence and understanding, exchanging and disseminating information, experiences and best practices).
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Our past projects with the ISEC
Project CRAAFT is an academic research and community-building initiative designed to build stronger, more coordinated counter-terrorist financing (CTF) capacity across the EU and in its neighbourhood. The project engages with authorities and private entities in order to promote cross-border connectivity and targeted research.
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The Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) connects frontline practitioners from across Europe with one another, and with academics and policymakers, to exchange knowledge, first-hand experiences and approaches to preventing and countering violent extremism in all its forms.
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Our current projects with RAN
The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) is the world’s oldest and the UK’s leading defence and security think tank. Its mission is to inform, influence and enhance public debate on a safer and more stable world. RUSI is a research-led institute, producing independent, practical and innovative analysis to address today’s complex challenges.
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Our past projects with the RUSI
The T.M.C. Asser Instituut is a foundation, established in 1965 as an interuniversity institute for international law in The Hague. The institute is an internationally renowned centre of expertise in the fields of public international law, private international law, and European law. It fulfils an important role in undertaking fundamental and independent policy-oriented research and providing a platform for international cooperation and partnering in fields of law at the cutting edge of academia and practice.
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Our current projects with T.M.C Asser Institute
The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) was established in 1968. The Institute is an autonomous institution and is governed by its Board of Trustees. Working within the broad scope of its mandate to design and implement improved policies and actions in the field of crime prevention and control, the mission of UNICRI is to advance justice, crime prevention, security and the rule of law in support of peace, human rights and sustainable development.
UNICRI’s work focuses on Goal 16 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Agenda, that is centred on promoting peaceful, just and inclusive societies, free from crime and violence. Justice, crime prevention and the rule of law are the basis for fighting poverty and reducing inequalities while enhancing economic growth and stability, and protecting the environment. UNICRI supports governments and the international community at large in tackling criminal threats to social peace, development and political stability.
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Our current projects with UNICRI
Yaden (Youth, Arts, Development & Entrepreneurship Network) is a youth focused development and entrepreneurship initiative on a mission to mobilise young people and assist them identify their potential. Facilitating them advances these potentials into skills. Skills that offer them an opportunity to earn a decent livelihood, at the same time empowering them to actively participate in socio-cultural and economic and political development of their communities.
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Our current projects with Yaden