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Counter-Terrorism Law and Practice: An International Handbook

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    Counter-Terrorism  Implementation Task Force  (CTITF) Open Briefing to Member States 27 July 2010 Conference Room 2 NLB
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    Presentation Basic Introduction Strategic vision The work since institutionalization The way forward Q & A
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    CTITF and the Global Strategy “…ensure overall coordination and coherence  in the counter-terrorism efforts of the United  Nations system, within the context of building  Member States’ capacity to combat terrorism  and strengthen the role of the United Nations  in this regard.”  Section III, paragraph 5 of the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism  Strategy (A/RES/60/288)
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    The Global Strategy Measures to address the conditions conducive to  the spread of terrorism; Measures to prevent and combat terrorism; Measures to build States’ capacity to prevent  and combat terrorism and to strengthen the role  of the United Nations system in this regard; Measures to ensure respect for human rights for  all and the rule of law as the fundamental basis  of the fight against terrorism .
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    The CTITF Role United Nations’ departments, funds and agencies,  along with its relevant international partners, play  a critical part within their respective mandates on  policy advice, institutional development and  assistance delivery related to the implementation  of the Global Strategy. CTITF has a role in: Promoting exchange of information and experiences; Launching joint programmes; Ensuring coordination and minimizing duplication.
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    CTITF Entities and Observers (30) CTED Monitoring Team of Resolution 1267 Expert Group of Resolution 1540 Department of Political Affairs Department of Peacekeeping  Operations Department of Public Information Department of Safety and Security
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