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The Forum@Four is a transdisciplinary series of talks, seminars and discussions intended to inform and stimulate new thinking about the prevention of violence, violation and corruption. To foster meaningful dialogue on the tough questions that face the United Nations, governments and civil society, sessions are usually small and held in the vicinity of UNHQ but have gone as far afield (in NYC) as John Jay College of Criminal Justice. The Forum is hosted by the Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, New York and since 2008, topics have included: • Less Law More Order • Helping high level dialogues move from rhetoric to reality • Restorative Justice • What Really is Being Done about Crime Prevention at the UN? • How Civil Society can augment UN efforts on prevention • Briefing on UN Sanctions
Counter-Terrorism and International Organizations
July 22, 2009 • 4:00 PM ~ 6:00 PM Hardin Room • 777 UN Plaza, New York, NY How the Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Committee is working to bolster Member States ability to prevent terrorist acts Ahmed El-Dawla Participating in his personal capacity, Judge on Leave Can Religions Help Counter Terrorism? Frank Kaufmann Executive Director, Inter-Religious Federation for World Peace (IRFWP) Discussion and refreshments will follow the presentations