Summary of Discussions

International Conference on National and Regional Counter-Terrorism Strategies
Bogota, Colombia 31 January - 1 February 2013

Organized by the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre (UNCCT) In partnership with the Government of the epub!i" of Co!ombia# This "onferen"e was fa"i!itated by the CTIT$ %or&ing Group of the %ho!e on Nationa! and egiona! Counter-Terrorism 'trategies( whi"h is "o!ed by the Counter-Terrorism Imp!ementation Tas& $or"e (CTIT$) Offi"e and the Counter-Terrorism Committee )*e"utive +ire"torate (CT)+)

The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the e pression of any opinion !hatsoe"er on the part of the #ecretariat of the $nited %ations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city of area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries& This document has not been formally edited& CT'TF($%CCT) *pril 2013

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Outline

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Preface and Background Summary of Guiding Princi les for Counter-Terrorism Strategies
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I.

Preface and Background

The $nited %ations 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy 8*(,2#(40(299: 8hereafter the ;5lobal #trategy<: adopted by the 5eneral *ssembly on 9 #eptember 2004 represents an important milestone in the collecti"e pursuit of the $nited %ations 3ember #tates to!ards strengthening the global response to terrorism, based on a common strategic and operational frame!or=& Four pillars of action underpin the #trategy, namely. • • • • 3easures to address the conditions conduci"e to the spread of terrorism) 3easures to pre"ent and combat terrorism) 3easures to build #tates< capacity to pre"ent and combat terrorism and to strengthen the role of the $nited %ations system in this regard) and 3easures to ensure respect for human rights for all and the rule of la! as the fundamental basis of the fight against terrorism&

/espite recent notable successes in the implementation of the #trategy, many #tates around the !orld continue to struggle against the scourge of terrorism& #ome #tates face gaps in planning and analysis and resource mobili>ation) others re?uire impro"ed institutional coordination and the ability to build coherent responses to terrorism& 'n addition, the breadth and nature of the threat re?uires that national counter-terrorism responses engage multiple sectors of go"ernment and other rele"ant sta=eholders, including those that normally do not !or= on security matters& 'n order to de"elop and implement such a holistic response, #tates re?uire carefully calibrated, !ell-thought out and comprehensi"e national and regional strategies that ta=e into account local conditions and realities& 'n resolution *(,2#(44(292 of 26 June 2012, !hich completed the third re"ie! of the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy, the 5eneral *ssembly encouraged 3ember #tates to further elaborate and de"elop national, subregional and regional plans, as appropriate, to support the implementation of the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy& 'n /ecember 2010, #ecurity Council resolution 1643 82010: encouraged the CounterTerrorism Committee 2 ecuti"e /irectorate 8CT2/:, in close cooperation !ith the CT'TF and its @or=ing 5roups, to arrange meetings !ith 3ember #tates for the purpose of considering and ad"ising, as appropriate, on the de"elopment of comprehensi"e and integrated national counter-terrorism strategies and the mechanisms to implement them that include attention to the factors that lead to terrorist acti"ities, in accordance !ith their obligations under international la!& 'n 2011, the $nited %ations Counter-Terrorism Centre 8$%CCT: !as established !ithin the Counter-Terrorism 'mplementation Tas= Force 8CT'TF: Affice, pursuant to paragraph 6 of the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy and 5eneral *ssembly resolution *(,2#(44(10& The $%CCT aims to support $nited %ations efforts to implement the #trategy at the national and regional le"els, promote regional cooperation against terrorism and build 3ember #tates< counter-terrorism capacities& The $%CCT aims at buttressing the implementation of all four pillars of the #trategy in a comprehensi"e and integrated manner through the de"elopment of national and regional counter-terrorism strategy implementation action plans& 't !ill underta=e

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initiati"es aimed at fostering international counter-terrorism cooperation and promote collaboration bet!een national, regional and international counter-terrorism centres and organi>ations& Through collaboration !ith CT'TF !or=ing groups, the $%CCT ser"es a critical role in building capacity of 3ember #tates to strengthen their counter-terrorism capability& The first of its =ey strategic priorities pronounced by the #ecretary-5eneral is to assist 3ember #tates in the de"elopment, adoption and implementation of national and regional counterterrorism strategies& The other strategic priorities of the $%CCT are supporting integrated capacity building assistance 8'-*CT:) countering the financing of terrorism) promoting dialogue, understanding and countering the appeal of terrorism) protecting human rights !hile countering terrorism) promoting and protecting rights of "ictims of terrorism) protecting "ulnerable targets) border management) and internet& 'n the interest of promoting the comprehensi"e and integrated implementation of the 5lobal #trategy, participants at the 2011 #ecretary-5eneral<s #ymposium on 'nternational Counter-Terrorism Cooperation noted the need to de"elop national and regional counter-terrorism strategies based on the frame!or= pro"ided by the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy& 0articipants at the #ymposium ha"e emphasi>ed that the de"elopment of national and regional counter-terrorism strategies should ta=e into consideration the four pillars of the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy& 'n "ie! of the gro!ing importance of national and regional counter-terrorism strategies, the $%CCT in partnership !ith the 5o"ernment of Colombia con"ened the 'nternational Conference on %ational and ,egional Counter-Terrorism #trategies on 31 January and 1 February 2013 in Bogota, Colombia& This conference !as facilitated by the CT'TF @or=ing 5roup of the @hole on %ational and ,egional Counter-Terrorism #trategies, !hich is co-led by the CT'TF Affice and CT2/& This 'ummary of +is"ussions does not "onstitute a binding do"ument and shou!d be "onsidered an informa! summary#

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Summary of Guiding Princi les for Counter-Terrorism Strategies

0articipants at the international conference in Bogota focused on identifying principles that should be respected in de"eloping, implementing and re"ie!ing national and regional counter-terrorism strategies& Based on the foundation pro"ided by the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy, the follo!ing o"erarching, substanti"e and procedural principles !ere ac=no!ledged& 'n summary, participating officials from "arious go"ernmental le"els and agencies, regional and international organi>ations as !ell as ci"il society organi>ations agreed that national and regional counter-terrorism strategies are an effecti"e tool to counter terrorism and are complementary to the 5lobal #trategy&

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National Counter-Terrorism Strategies

@ith regard to national counter-terrorism strategies, participants touched upon the follo!ing principles that are essential in the de"elopment of comprehensi"e and integrated national strategies& #ome of these principles relate to the substance of the national strategy, the process of its adoption, the mechanism of its implementation and the procedures for its e"aluation& Those "arious principles are as follo!s. 1& • A"erarching 0rinciples The $nited %ations 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy ser"es as a "aluable blueprint, embraced by all 3ember #tates of the $nited %ations, in pro"iding a comprehensi"e and integrated approach against terrorism& The 5lobal #trategy<s four pillars underscore different and critical !ays to pre"ent terrorism and e tremism, suppress terrorist mo"ements, financing and acti"ities, build national institutional capacities and uphold respect for human rights and the rule of la!& 'n the de"elopment of national strategies, participants highlighted the importance of regional counter-terrorism frame!or=s, strategies and con"entions& @hen national strategies are de"eloped in conformity !ith regional strategies, the implementation of both the national and the regional strategies is facilitated& *nalysis of the terrorist threat is a =ey point of departure !hen de"eloping national counter-terrorism strategies& The strategy and action plan should be conte tspecific and should respond to the threat percei"ed by the 5o"ernment and other rele"ant sta=eholders of society& 'n the de"elopment and implementation of national strategies, national leadership and local o!nership are important aspects& The scope of a national strategy should be !ell defined& *n effecti"e strategy includes clearly defined and achie"able obBecti"es& @hen de"eloping national strategies, #tates should consider consulting other national and regional counter-terrorism strategies&

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#ubstanti"e 0rinciples Ca! enforcement agencies play an essential role in the de"elopment of national counter-terrorism strategies, primarily because they are often found at the forefront in analysing the threat, identifying immediate responses and mobili>ing the necessary resources& *ddressing factors conduci"e to the spread of terrorism, including e tremism, radicali>ation and terrorist recruitment, is an essential component for de"eloping an integrated and comprehensi"e counter-terrorism strategy& *ny national strategy must rest on a multi-disciplinary approach& Terrorism is rooted in many aspects and any effecti"e counter-terrorism strategy must integrate elements beyond the la! enforcement infrastructure and include socio-economic, political, educational, de"elopmental, human rights and rule of la! dimensions& Counter-terrorism strategies should be premised on comprehensi"e national legislation, !hich ta=es into account uni"ersal counter-terrorism legal obligations& 't is important that counter-terrorism responses are proportional to the threat and that responses are through a credible and independent criminal Bustice system& *ll national strategies should be in compliance !ith international human rights, humanitarian la! and refugee la!& 0rocedural 0rinciples • * multidisciplinary counter-terrorism approach includes a "ariety of sta=eholders& These sta=eholders should include a range of go"ernmental and non-go"ernmental actors, as !ell as a broad partnership and consultations !ith them 8such as !ith local communities, ci"il society organi>ations, academia, media and the pri"ate sector and humanitarian organi>ations&: #uch sta=eholders should be in"ol"ed and integrated in the de"elopment of a national strategy from the beginning, and their participation should be sustained consistently throughout any strategy<s implementation& Concerning internal coordination, national strategies need to be accompanied by implementing mechanisms& There should be allocation of sufficient resources for the rele"ant agencies to carry out the tas=s assigned to them in the implementation of the national strategy& Counter-terrorism coordinating bodies are important for coordinating counterterrorism policies and strategies that respond to national, regional and international threats& These bodies are also an e cellent conduit to consolidate international, regional and national strategies& Coordination on the policy le"el should cascade do!n!ards to the operational le"el& The operational coordination mechanism may "ary and could focus on different themes, such as financing, in"estigations, la! enforcement and border control&

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2"aluation of strategies !ould re?uire regular monitoring or re"ie! of implementing mechanisms !ith a "ie! to identifying strengths and !ea=nesses and the ability of those mechanisms to meet desired obBecti"es& The e"aluation process should be fle ible enough to allo! for meeting an e"ol"ing terrorist threat&

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Regional Counter-Terrorism Strategies

/uring the plenary in general and the brea=out sessions dedicated to regional counter-terrorism strategies in particular, participants identified the follo!ing o"erarching, substanti"e and procedural principles for the de"elopment and formulation, implementation as !ell as the re"ie! of regional counter-terrorism strategies& 1& • • • A"erarching 0rinciples The four pillars of the 5lobal #trategy postulate an important source of principles for the de"elopment of regional counter-terrorism strategies& *s terrorist acti"ities are rarely limited by territorial boundaries, the nature of the multifaceted threat of terrorism re?uires regional cooperation& Cocal o!nership and tailored design are necessary elements for the success of regional strategies& ,egional mechanisms should reflect regional needs and realities to be effecti"ely implemented on the regional and national le"el& Capacity building by regional organi>ations based on the 5lobal #trategy<s pillars is useful and supports effecti"e measures against terrorism and, hence, should be enhanced& The continuous comprehensi"e monitoring or re"ie! of regional strategies is crucial to increase the effecti"eness of counter-terrorism acti"ities& #ubstanti"e 0rinciples • To effecti"ely counter terrorism, it is necessary to conduct a holistic assessment that considers the conditions conduci"e to the threat of terrorism for the de"elopment of regional strategies& Trust building bet!een regional partners through, for e ample, regional organi>ations is an essential re?uirement to foster lasting implementation of the strategies& 3easures against terrorism based on regional strategies must respect human rights and the rule of la!& 'mplementing mechanisms should target the conditions conduci"e to terrorism, focus on combating terrorism, design and implement capacity building

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programmes as !ell as respect human rights and the rule of la!& ,eforming and strengthening the criminal Bustice system should be considered in this regard& • ,egional collaboration mechanisms in the field of border management and security, the e change of information, best practices and lessons learned are particularly beneficial to the countering of terrorism& @ell-defined strategy obBecti"es, including success indicators, are conduci"e to e"aluation assessments& 'ndependent e"aluation, including by regional organi>ations, peer-re"ie! bet!een countries of the region and self-e"aluation are "aluable complimentary mechanisms& *chie"ements might relate to the signing and ( or ratification of regional legal frame!or= con"entions that might, for e ample, criminali>e specific terrorist acts or impro"e la! enforcement or Budicial action against terrorism& 0rocedural 0rinciples • The de"elopment of regional strategies re?uires a multidisciplinary, comprehensi"e and integrated approach ta=ing into account all rele"ant national and regional sta=eholders not limited to go"ernmental actors in general and la! enforcement or intelligence agencies in particular& These sta=eholders should include a range of go"ernmental and non-go"ernmental actors, as !ell as a broad partnership and consultations !ith them 8such as !ith local communities, ci"il society organi>ations, academia, media and the pri"ate sector and humanitarian organi>ations:& #ta=eholders should be in"ol"ed and integrated in the de"elopment of regional strategies from the beginning, and their participation should be sustained consistently throughout any strategy<s implementation& 0ertinent ci"il society organi>ations should be in"ol"ed, especially, but not only, !ith regard to the pre"ention of terrorism laid do!n in 0illar ' and human rights and rule of la! addressed in 0illar 'D of the 5lobal #trategy& ,egional contact lists of national focal points should be created and !ell maintained& They can impro"e collaboration immensely& 'nter-regional cooperation and sharing of e periences should be fostered, as it supports counter-terrorism efforts& 3onitoring or re"ie! and e"aluation of national strategies can ta=e place on the regional le"el through regional organi>ation, pro"ided that all measures ta=en in this respect are respecting international la!, including the protection and promotion of human rights and the rule of la!&

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III.

" ening Session and #eynote $ddresses

7&2& *mbassador *bdallah E& *l-3ouallimi, 0ermanent ,epresentati"e of the Fingdom of #audi *rabia to the $nited %ations in %e! Eor= and Chairman of the $%CCT *d"isory Board, chaired the opening session and elaborated !ith some remar=s on the role of the $%CCT *d"isory Board, its !or=ing methods, and its role in guiding the obBecti"es of the Centre& 7e also shared his "ie!s about the obBecti"e and purposes of the $%CCT 'nternational Conference on %ational and ,egional Counter-Terrorism #trategies& 7e emphasi>ed the role of the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy and the ,ule of Ca! as substanti"e foundation for the !or= of the $%CCT& *mbassador *l-3ouallimi stressed the importance of coordination, transparency, and e change of e pertise and best practices !hen designing regional and national strategies& Brigadier 5eneral Jorge 7ernando %ieto ,oBas, /irector of Criminal 'n"estigation and '%T2,0AC of the %ational 0olice of Colombia, emphasi>ed that states need to interact better and stand united against terrorism& *gainst the bac=ground of his e periences !ith the Colombian strategy against terrorism, he stressed the need for strong inter-agency coordination, analysis of terrorist strategies and instruments& 7e 3embers of the opening session panel 83r& 3uhammad ,afiuddin #hah, Brigadier 5eneral emphasi>ed the Jorge 7ernando %ieto ,oBas, 7&2& *mbassador *bdallah E& *l-3ouallimi, 3r& 3i=e #mith and importance of bloc=ing 3s& #onia 3atilde 2lBach 0olo Gleft to rightH:& supply chains and funding of terrorist acti"ities, !hich in Colombia often stems from theft of li"estoc= or money laundering& This !ould often re?uire team!or= bet!een intelligence and in"estigation entities& 'n addition, he also underscored the need to identify the centres !here terrorists recei"e information and training& 7e elaborated the need for tailored legislation to counter the threat of terrorism and the need for a!areness-raising !ith the general population& *ccording to the Brigadier 5eneral, alliances !ith other countries as !ell as the e change of e perience are of essential importance& 3r& 3i=e #mith, 2 ecuti"e /irector of CT2/, began his presentation by elaborating on the $nited %ations infrastructure of counter-terrorism acti"ities and entities, especially bet!een CT2/ and the CT'TF& @hile the former mainly, but not e clusi"ely, focuses on country assessments based inter a!ia on #ecurity Council resolutions< mandates, the latter deri"es its main mandate from the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy& @ith regard to the !or= of the $nited %ations in countering terrorism, e perience has sho!n that traditional la! enforcement approaches are not sufficient& * !ider range of acti"ities is necessary that includes pre"enti"e measures and a broader group of in"ol"ed sta=eholders and entities& Comprehensi"e counter-terrorism strategies that start !ith tac=ling the reasons for recruitment are essential to the fight against terrorism& 'deologies that fa"our terrorism must be discredited and "ulnerable people di"erted a!ay from terrorists& This re?uires a s=ills set beyond that of la! enforcement authorities& 7e emphasi>ed that there !as need

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to reach out to rele"ant actors such as ci"il society organi>ations, parliaments, media representati"es and others& 3oreo"er, reliance on hea"y-handed responses by la! enforcement can result in human rights "iolations, !hich alienate and increase recruitment possibilities& * comprehensi"e strategy can help embed a stronger rule of la! approach& 'f a country is acting on the basis of a comprehensi"e counter-terrorism strategy that both includes a la! enforcement component and is sensiti"e to community issues as !ell, the respecti"e country has a higher chance to counter terrorism& Beyond national counterterrorism strategies, regional and sub-regional strategies are re?uired to respond to the increasingly transnational threat& 3s& #onia 3atilde 2lBach 0olo, /irector of 3ultilateral 0olitical *ffairs at the 3inistry of Foreign *ffairs of the ,epublic of Colombia, focused her presentation on Colombia<s acti"ities in relation to the international frame!or= pro"ided by counterterrorism con"entions and the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy& #he emphasi>ed that the right to dignity and peace as !ell as the promotion and protection of international human rights are crucial elements in the fight against terrorism& Furthermore, 3s& 0olo stressed that the international counter-terrorism con"entions and instruments help to ad"ance against the transnational threat& #he also reiterated that international cooperation is necessary based on !ell-de"eloped national strategies, due to the fact that terrorism does not =no! boundaries& 3r& 3uhammad ,afiuddin #hah, Afficer-in-Charge of the CT'TF Affice, emphasi>ed that the four pillars of the 5lobal #trategy pro"ide all 5o"ernments !ith a comprehensi"e and pre"enti"e actionable plan to reduce the threat of terrorism& 'n the follo!ing, 3r& #hah focused on the subBect of regional counter-terrorism strategies& 2specially in situations !ere the terrorist threat thri"es in the broader region regional strategies are crucial& Terrorists and e tremists that may be present in the neighbourhood =no! ho! to e ploit porous borders and inflict damage across a region& 7e elucidated this point !ith the current e ample of 3ali and 2astern *frica !here a regional approach to countering terrorism and e tremism is needed to progress against the threat& 3r& #hah e plained that the CT'TF Affice and the $nited %ations ,egional Centre on 0re"enti"e /iplomacy in Central *sia !or=ed together !ith #tates in Central *sia to de"elop a comprehensi"e regional action plan for that region<s fight against terrorism in 2011& ,egional strategies, in many !ays, help national strategies meet success& They cataly>e inter-#tate cooperation against terrorism, promote cross-border coordination and information sharing, ensure o!nership and inclusion of regional organi>ational structures, and could e"en enhance collaboration across different regions of the !orld, thereby contributing to international cooperation& 7e emphasi>ed that Central *sia is not the only e ample !here impro"ed regional cooperation is deli"ering di"idends& The Argani>ation of *merican #tates< 'nter-*merican Committee *gainst Terrorism 8C'CT2: is ma=ing an immense difference in countering terrorism e"ery day& #imilarly, other regional organi>ations ha"e sho!n greater interest in de"eloping regional strategies against terrorism& 3r& #hah concluded that national and regional counter-terrorism strategies reinforce each other, and both of them further the implementation of the 5lobal Counter-Terrorism #trategy, !hich stands as a hallmar= success of the international community against terrorism&

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Plenary Session '( Rele)ance of National and Regional CounterTerrorism Strategies and Im lementation Plans in t*e +ig*t against Terrorism

Terrorist acti"ities differ from region to region and nation to nation& *ccordingly, counter-terrorism challenges carry uni?ue attributes& %onetheless, participants agreed that the comple and cross-cutting nature of terrorism re?uires the response and in"ol"ement of "arious national, regional, and international actors& ,egional and national counter-terrorism strategies are essential for in"ol"ing and coordinating these actors, setting clear obBecti"es and principles for countering terrorism as !ell as re"ie! procedures to impro"e the respecti"e counter-terrorism frame!or=& They can be the building bloc= for determining clear institutional roles and responsibilities, assessments and e"aluations of the terrorist and security threats faced as !ell as identification of priorities and shortcomings& 0articipants stressed that the process of de"eloping national and regional strategies, !hich needs to be on an interdisciplinary basis, also contributes to!ards impro"ing institutional coordination, e change of information and cooperation across a "ariety of actors and sta=eholders& 't often facilitates and encourages a constructi"e public debate, including !ith ci"il society actors and community representation in general& 0articipants ,epresentati"es of the Colombian 5o"ernment, !hich mentioned that partnerships among rele"ant actors of hosted the conference, stressed the importance of international collaboration in countering terrorism& society are necessary to effecti"ely address terrorism& @ith regard to e"aluation and re"ie!, strategies can ser"e as a reference point and, !hen publicly a"ailable, enhance transparency and independent scrutiny& 0articipants also reiterated that international cooperation is crucial in the fight against terrorism& Through ta=ing account of international and regional mechanisms, strategies are better geared to!ard achie"ing impro"ed national capacities and enhanced regional coordination against the threat of terrorism& Based on the e perience in, for e ample, Central *sia, participants stressed that their enactment and effecti"e implementation re?uires robust and durable political !ill, a Boint plan of action that is implemented on the national le"els, a regional platform that is able to coordinate counterterrorism efforts 8e&g& by a counter-terrorism coordinator: and an assessment of the conditions conduci"e to the regional terrorism threat&

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Breakout Sessions

The t!o groups focusing on national and regional counter-terrorism strategies each considered four thematic topics& These !ere the rele"ance of de"eloping comprehensi"e

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strategies, the principles on !hich they are built, the processes through !hich they are operationali>ed and the mechanisms !ith !hich they are sustained and impro"ed&

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Session 1A: Understanding National Dynamics and Realities to develop National Strategies

2ffecti"e measures against transnational terrorism re?uire comprehensi"e national counter-terrorism strategies& 0articipants affirmed that political will and public awareness are necessary first prere?uisites to the de"elopment and formulation of national counterterrorism strategies& 't !as reiterated that the respect for the rule of la!, the promotion and protection of human rights as !ell as national and international cooperation must be the point of departure for designing strategies& 0articipants agreed that the de"elopment of national strategies typically entails a number of steps, including comprehensi"e analysis of the terrorist threat) e isting and necessary counter-terrorism mechanisms and their respecti"e strengths and !ea=nesses) identification of rele"ant sta=eholders and their priorities) e amination of a"ailable financial resources and technical e pertise) creation of a realistic plan of action) and the de"elopment of rele"ant national coordination mechanisms& 't !as highlighted that the process of de"eloping and formulating a national strategy is often as important as the follo!ing implementation& The comple and multifaceted threat of terrorism often challenges existing governmental hierarchies and traditionally allocated competencies& * participant mentioned that the mapping of counter-terrorism acti"ities of go"ernmental actors could begin !ith a ?uestionnaire in order to assess all rele"ant already e isting measures against terrorism& 0articipants from go"ernments that ha"e adopted national strategies stressed the need to in"ol"e a broad spectrum of go"ernmental agencies and other sta=eholders and the need for a pre-set procedure to manage the coordination effort& *gainst this bac=ground, some participants mentioned that the implementation of national strategies remains a challenge& 't !as also highlighted that states !ith a federal governance structure may find it necessary to in"ol"e state, pro"incial and local bodies and agencies to a"oid conflicts !ith prescribed constitutional competence separation& The de"elopment of national strategies, participants noted, requires a holistic approach !ith an emphasis on multi-disciplinarity) reliance on broad partnership, including local communities, ci"il society, media, the pri"ate sector, humanitarian organi>ations and others& 0articipants stressed that community outreach through open dialogue and communication across all segments of the community is important, since dialogue often ser"es to raise people<s a!areness and tends to deflate seemingly hard-to-sol"e problems& 't !as mentioned that ci"il society organi>ations might be able to contribute to measures against terrorism as !ell, for e ample by condemning terrorist attac=s against the security apparatus& 'n addition, some participants recogni>ed that the protection of soso -called soft targets fre?uently re?uires #tates to consult !ith sta=eholders beyond the mere go"ernmental sphere, as !ell& The engagement of pri"ate actors that operate or maintain

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such targets, e&g& shopping centres, energy infrastructures, transport systems or sports "enues, is crucial to protect citi>ens effecti"ely&

In prior wor&shops( it had been "on"!uded that pub!i"-private partnerships (---) might be "onsidered as a va!uab!e too! for the enhan"ement of synergies between pub!i" and private se"tors for vu!nerab!e target prote"tion# Under the !eadership of the United Nations Interregiona! Crime and 3usti"e esear"h Institute (UNIC I) and INT) -O4( the CTIT$ %or&ing Group on 'trengthening the -rote"tion of 5u!nerab!e Targets and Criti"a! Infrastru"ture has produ"ed guidan"e on this sub6e"t through a handboo& on -ub!i"--rivate -artnerships for the -rote"tion of 5u!nerab!e Targets 7gainst Terrorist 7tta"&s# To "ounter the finan"ing of terrorism as demanded by severa! 'e"urity Coun"i! reso!utions (e#g# UN 'e"urity Coun"i! reso!utions ,8/1 (,999)( ,8/9 (,999)( ,000 (8:::)( ,010 (8::,)( ,910 (8::,) and ,09: (8::8)) an a"tive dia!ogue or partnerships may be ne"essary with a"tors su"h as "harities and private finan"ia! institutions#

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Session A: Understanding Regional Dynamics and Realities to develop Regional Strategies

,egional organi>ations often carry the ad"antage of combining on-the-ground =no!ledge !ith cross border cooperation& These organi>ations not only possess uni?ue regional e pertise relating to the origin and acti"ities of terrorist organi>ations and groups !ithin their territorial scope, but are often also able to generate tailored action against terrorism for the region& 'n that regard, it !as emphasi>ed that local ownership and tailored designs are necessary for the success of regional strategies& *s terrorist acti"ities are rarely limited by territorial boundaries, participants noted that the nature of the multifaceted threat of o f terrorism necessitates a regional response& 't !as recogni>ed that the de"elopment of regional strategies re?uires a comprehensi"e and integrated approach ta=ing into account all rele"ant national and regional sta=eholders not limited to go"ernmental actors in general and la! enforcement or intelligence agencies in particular& * participant remar=ed that connecting implementing authorities is already pro"iding an important impro"ement in countering terrorism under the 2ast *frican Community<s frame!or=& /irect communication is no! possible in contrast to often more time consuming diplomatic channels& #imilar to national counter-terrorism strategies, the de"elopment of regional strategies typically entails a number of steps, including a comprehensi"e analysis of the regional terrorist threats and groups) e isting and necessary counter-terrorism mechanisms and their respecti"e strengths and !ea=nesses) e amination of a"ailable of financial resources and technical e pertise) creation of a realistic plan of action) and the de"elopment of rele"ant regional coordination mechanisms& 0articipants identified se"eral challenges for the de"elopment of regional counterterrorism strategies& A"erlapping membership in different regional organi>ations !as identified as one such challenge& 0articipants agreed that particular attention must be attributed to a"oiding parallel structures !ith different obBecti"es& 3oreo"er, participants mentioned that the "ariety of languages in a region might add a difficult tas= for the identification of common procedures and goals, as !ell&

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0articipants further mentioned that pertinent civil society organizations should be in"ol"ed, especially, but not only, !ith regard to the pre"ention of terrorism laid do!n in 0illar ', including a!areness raising among the general public, and !ith regard to human rights and rule of la! addressed in 0illar 'D of the 5lobal #trategy, including the highlighting of "ictims of terrorism& #ome participants mentioned that e isting frame!or=s for interaction !ith ci"il society are not sufficient and that in some cases interaction is reduced to a minimum&

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Session 1B: !rinciples to "ormulate National Strategies

%ational leadership and local o!nership are central to the formulation of national counter-terrorism strategies according to participants& 0articipants agreed that t*e Global CounterCounter-Terrorism Strategy, with its four pillars, provides a comprehensive, universally approved policy framework on effecti"ely countering the scourge of terrorism o"er the short, medium and long-term& %ational counter-terrorism strategies that dra! on the holistic frame!or= pro"ided by the 5lobal #trategy and are based on the respect for human rights and the rule of la! are recogni>ed as a critical tool to pre"ent and counter terrorism in a comprehensi"e, integrated and pre"entati"e manner& @ith regard to addressing the conditions conducive to terrorism in national strategies, participants described that measures by national authorities could include monitoring of potential radicali>ation in parts of society and reaching out to educational institutions, health care pro"iders as !ell as local police units& 0articipants also affirmed that rehabilitation programmes for perpetrators should be considered as pertaining to pre"enti"e measures against terrorism& ,elating to measures preventing and combating terrorism, participants noted the challenge of the lone !olf phenomenon and stressed the need for protection of "ulnerable parts(groups of society& @ith regard to the former, they emphasi>ed that impro"ed e change bet!een national la! enforcement entities is "ital to counter this form of terrorist attac=& @ith regard to the latter, the constant assessment of the specific threat is "ery important and special protection of the respecti"e group 0articipants highlighted the guidance pro"ided by the 5lobal #trategy for principles to formulate necessary&
national and regional strategies&

0articipants reaffirmed that the #tate has the duty to protect its citi>ens and pre"ent attac=s& Therefore, protecting the population from terrorism is by itself important for a go"ernment to act in adherence to international human rights& *s such, there is per se no conflict bet!een security measures and human rights protection&

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CounterStrategy In Brief: The Four Pillars of the Global Counter - Terrorism Strate gy in relation to CounterNational and Regional Counter -Terrorism Strategies Pillar I espe"ia!!y emphasizes that measures and nationa! strategies( when appropriate( shou!d address pro!onged unreso!ved "onf!i"ts( dehumanization of vi"tims of terrorism in a!! its forms and manifestations( !a"& of the ru!e of !aw and vio!ations of human rights( ethni"( nationa! and re!igious dis"rimination( po!iti"a! e*"!usion( so"io-e"onomi" margina!ization and !a"& of good governan"e# Pillar II fo"uses on the prevention and "ombat of terrorism# It out!ines that 'tates shou!d ma&e sure that terrorist a"tivities on their territories are not to!erated( that they ta&e the appropriate steps to prevent su"h usage of their territories( and that every effort is made to ensure the apprehension and prose"ution or e*tradition of the perpetrators of terrorist a"ts( through the deve!opment of an effe"tive "rimina! 6usti"e system# 7s part of these efforts( it is essentia! to estab!ish a nationa! !ega! framewor& against terrorism in !ine with internationa! ob!igations( in parti"u!ar those emanating from the ,2 internationa! treaties and proto"o!s dea!ing with terrorism and the re!evant 'e"urity Coun"i! reso!utions and human rights instruments# Pillar III re"ognizes that "apa"ity-bui!ding in a!! 'tates is a "ore e!ement of the g!oba! "ounter-terrorism effort# ;ember 'tates reso!ved to underta&e measures to deve!op 'tate "apa"ity to prevent and "ombat terrorism and enhan"e "oordination and "oheren"e within the United Nations system in promoting internationa! "ooperation in "ountering terrorism# It is further en"ouraged that re!evant regiona! and subregiona! organizations shou!d "reate or strengthen "ounter-terrorism me"hanisms or "entres# 'ubregiona!( regiona! and internationa! "ooperation shou!d be stepped up( as appropriate( to improve border and "ustoms "ontro!s in order to prevent and dete"t the movement of terrorists and prevent and dete"t the i!!i"it arms traffi" and to wor& to promote internationa! "ooperation in "rimina! matters to support re<uests for e*tradition( in a""ordan"e with ob!igations under internationa! !aw# Pillar IV under!ines the need to ensure respe"t for human rights for a!! and the ru!e of !aw as the fundamenta! basis of the fight against terrorism# It reaffirms that these e!ements are indeed essentia! to a!! "omponents of the 'trategy( re"ognizing that effe"tive "ounterterrorism measures and the prote"tion of human rights are not "onf!i"ting goa!s( but "omp!ementary and mutua!!y reinfor"ing# It a!so stresses the need to promote and prote"t the rights of vi"tims of terrorism( not on!y to provide vi"tims with the support they deserve but for the &ey ro!e that vi"tims "an p!ay before( during and after "rimina! !ega! pro"eedings#

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Session B: !rinciples to "ormulate Regional Strategies

'n general, regional counter-terrorism strategies should adhere to the same principles as the abo"e-mentioned national counter-terrorism strategies& ,egional counterterrorism strategies that dra! on the holistic frame!or= pro"ided by the 5lobal CounterTerrorism #trategy and are grounded in respect for human rights and the rule of la! are increasingly recogni>ed as a critical tool to pre"ent and counter terrorism in a comprehensi"e, integrated and pre"entati"e manner&

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'n the de"elopment of regional counter-terrorism strategies, it is necessary to conduct a holistic assessment that considers the conditions conducive to the threat of terrorism as laid do!n in 0illar ' of the 5lobal #trategy& 0articipants stressed that some regional organi>ations already support network building between national agencies, contact lists, conduct Boint proBect e ercises and de"elop comprehensi"e regional response plans& 0articipants remar=ed !ith regard to capacity building that measures based on the pillars of the 5lobal #trategy are useful and effecti"e against terrorism& They asserted that many organi>ations are already pro"iding training and assistance based on 0illar ''', including military and la! enforcement training or security sector reform assistance& 3oreo"er, many participants reaffirmed that it remains essential that regional counter-terrorism strategies I as national strategies I fully comply !ith international legal obligations , including the Charter of the $nited %ations and rele"ant international con"entions and protocols, in particular those relating to human rights la!, refugee la! and international humanitarian la!&

Internationa! instruments providing further guidan"e with regard to the respe"t for human rights and the ru!e of !aw as the fundamenta! basis of the fight against terrorism= • • Fact #heet %o& 32 on 7uman ,ights, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism of the Affice of the $nited %ations 7igh Commissioner for 7uman ,ights) ,eport of the #pecial ,apporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms !hile countering terrorism on the ten areas of best practices in countering terrorism 8*(7,C(14(+1:) and /eclaration of the 7igh-le"el 3eeting of the 5eneral *ssembly on the ,ule of Ca! at the %ational and 'nternational Ce"els 8*(,2#(4-(1:&
-arti"ipants referred to the above-mentioned instruments in both brea&out groups#

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Session 1C: #""ective $nteragency %ec&anisms to implement National Strategies

't is crucial that effecti"e interagency coordination mechanisms e ist to implement national strategies& 0articipants stressed that effecti"e mechanisms are necessary so that counter-terrorism strategies and policies can be cascaded do!n to the operational le"el& 0articipants emphasi>ed that permanent coordination bodies can be an important tool to effecti"ely implement national strategies& 't !as highlighted that these bodies should consist of "arious go"ernmental institutions and other sta=eholders follo!ing a multidimensional approach& Further, participants referred to national, bilateral, and regional interagency coordination coordination mechanisms that had to be established in their o!n Burisdictions and that respond to such acti"ities as. combating crimes !hich may be connected to terrorism 8e&g&

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illicit arms trade) money-laundering) illicit drug traffic=ing) acti"ities relating to any ac?uisition or potential use of !eapons of mass destruction) and the misuse of the internet:& 't !as emphasi>ed that lin=s bet!een organi>ed crime and terrorism must be confronted effecti"ely& 'n this regard, '%T2,0AC pro"ides a !ell-accepted mechanism !ith its Fusion Tas= Force that assists #tates in terrorist in"estigations through international cooperation& 't is a platform for national police to share intelligence and information in real-time& 0articipants strongly ad"ised for information sharing mechanisms in all areas of counter-terrorism efforts& *s en"isioned in 0illar 'D of the 5lobal #trategy, part of effecti"e mechanisms to implement national strategies is the respect for human rights and the rule of law& ,epresentati"es shared that their countries initiated constitutional and institutional reforms to pro"ide the necessary legal frame!or= to counter terrorism in a !ay that it !ould adhere to international legal obligations and address the conditions conduci"e to the spread of terrorism& 't !as also stressed that in order to achie"e long-term success against terrorism, adherence to and promotion of human rights is an essential re?uirement& 0articipants also highlighted the importance of the sufficient allocation of resources for implementing mechanisms&

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Session C: #""ective Regional %ec&anisms to implement Regional Strategies

0articipants dre! attention to the "ariety of e isting regional mechanisms !orld!ide& They noted that these mechanisms must reflect regional needs and realities to be effecti"ely implemented at the regional and national le"el& Trust building bet!een regional partners !as seen as an essential re?uirement to foster lasting implementation of regional strategies& 0articipants shared that many of these mechanisms already en"ision measures related to all pillars of the 5lobal #trategy& %ot e"ery e isting implementing mechanism of regional strategies, ho!e"er, targets all the pillars comprehensi"ely&
0articipants emphasi>ed the importance of monitoring and re"ie! mechanisms&

@ith regard to the pre"ention of terrorism, participants noted that regional mechanisms can effecti"ely support national efforts by developing common approaches to spot and tackle the conditions conducive to the spread of terrorism and promote adherence to human rights, good go"ernance, education and economic de"elopment in the region& 't !as affirmed that regional research centres produce rele"ant analysis and policy

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recommendations for the national as !ell as regional sta=eholders in order to reduce areaspecific conditions conduci"e for the spread of terrorism& *nother strong role for regional organi>ations !as identified in the area of capacity building& The regional birds-eye perspecti"e pro"ides regional organi>ations !ith a uni?ue position to pro"ide capacity building and technical assistance to national authorities& 0articipants noticed that regional collaboration mechanisms in the field of border management and security are particularly beneficial& They shared that regional organi>ations already operate agencies and entities coordinating national la! enforcement and Budicial entities as !ell as systems and instruments to ma imise, for e ample, the effecti"eness of border controls, the enhancement of the safety of roads, trains, airports and seaports as !ell as the cooperation in the non-proliferation of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials& 'n addition, it !as stressed that regional collaboration is especially ad"antageous for exchanging relevant information as well as best practices and lessons learned& 0articipants endorsed implementing mechanisms that allo! for real-time e change of information bet!een national entities of la! enforcement, immigration and the Budicial authorities to combat terrorism& *s e emplified by some regional organi>ations and e plained by participants, this form of cooperation might also include the recognition and enforcement of arrest and e"idence !arrants of other regional 3ember #tates or Boint in"estigation teams !ith regard to terrorism related offences& 't !as also stressed that !ellmaintained regional contact lists of national focal points impro"e collaboration& Furthermore, participants emphasi>ed the role of regional organi>ations and mechanisms in targeting the financing of terrorism to inter a!ia effecti"ely implement antiterrorism instruments such as the 1666 'nternational Con"ention for the #uppression of the Financing of Terrorism and #ecurity Council sanctions& 'n relation to that, it !as highlighted that regionally adopted common legal frame!or=s against money laundering) illicit drug traffic=ing) illicit arms trade) acti"ities relating to any ac?uisition or potential use of !eapons of mass destruction) and the misuse of the internet can further increase the effecti"eness of regional counter-terrorism mechanisms& #ome participants noted that Public-Private Partnerships 8000s: might be considered as a "aluable tool for the enhancement of synergies bet!een public and pri"ate sectors for "ulnerable target protection& 0articipants noted that implementing mechanisms for regional strategies need to respect human rights for all and the rule of law in order to be effecti"e& -arti"ipants in prior regiona! wor&shops organized by the CTIT$( su"h as in )astern 7fri"a( have under!ined that regiona! organizations possess the re<uisite &now!edge and e*pertise to deve!op appropriate me"hanisms re!evant to !o"a! "onditions to assist in the effe"tive imp!ementation of the G!oba! Counter-Terrorism 'trategy#

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Session 1D: National %onitoring and #valuation o" t&e $mplementing !rocess o" National Strategies

The often-difficult circumstances and fragile en"ironments, in !hich counterterrorism programs are implemented, re?uire tailored monitoring and e"aluation assessment structures and tools& 0articipants stressed that the e"aluation of strategies re?uires regular monitoring of implementing mechanisms !ith a "ie! to identifying strengths and !ea=nesses and the ability of those mechanisms to meet desired obBecti"es& 0articipants highlighted that the process of monitoring and e"aluation already commences with the development of national strategies& *t this stage, it is fundamental that the scope of a national strategy is !ell defined& 't !as affirmed that clear aims and obBecti"es fundamentally increase the possibility to assess the success of strategies& Conse?uently, the effects of the implementation process can be measured in reference to the obBecti"es of the counter-terrorism strategy& 't !as underlined that the gathering of necessary evaluation and monitoring information might re?uire interagency coordination and cooperation& 3ost approaches re?uire the collection of data on the ground to "erify !hether pre-set obBecti"es !ere met in the final outcomes of the implemented programmes& @ith regard to the e amples mentioned during the conference, #tates ha"e identified cost effecti"eness, impact on the community, and proportionality I as=ing !hether the means of suppressing radicali>ation are properly aligned !ith current threat assessments I as important objectives in e"aluating counter-terrorism measures& 0articipants noted that monitoring and e"aluation should be conducted continuously throughout implementation to enable the constant adBustment and increase of effecti"eness& %o"el or redesigned strategies !ill usually benefit substantially from the e perience gained and lessons learned from monitoring and e"aluating prior strategies and, hence, close the re"ie! cycle of design, implementation and e"aluation& 0articipants remar=ed that the e"aluation process should be flexible enough to allow for meeting an evolving terrorist threat& -arti"ipants in the CT)+ %or&shop for ;ember 'tates of the ;aghreb and the 'ahe! on the imp!ementation of 'e"urity Coun"i! reso!ution ,/8> (8::.) in abat in 3u!y 8:,8 affirmed the need to review "ounter-terrorism po!i"ies and to ta&e into a""ount possib!e "ha!!enges that may !ead to a"tion having negative side-effe"ts#

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Session D: Revie* and #valuation o" t&e $mplementation !rocess o" Regional Strategies

Throughout the brea=out sessions, participants stressed that the continuous comprehensi"e monitoring and re"ie! of regional strategies is crucial to increase the effecti"eness of counter-terrorism acti"ities&

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They also mentioned that well-defined strategy objectives, including success indicators, are conduci"e to e"aluation assessments& #pecificity of the counter-terrorism goals !as seen as a fundamental basis for effecti"e e"aluation& Independent evaluation, peer-review between countries of the region, including through country visits, e.g. by regional organi ations, and self-evaluation ha"e been described as complimentary mechanisms& #ome participants also remar=ed that regional le"el re"ie! necessarily re?uires a high level of trust bet!een neighbours and #tates and their regional organi>ation& 0articipants noted that achievements can relate to the signing and ( or ratification of regional legal frame!or= con"entions that, for e ample, criminali>e specific beha"iour or impro"e la! enforcement or Budicial action against terrorism& An the basis of such con"entions, monitoring and e"aluation of national strategies can ta=e place on the regional le"el& 0articipants also emphasi>ed that re"ie! on the regional le"el might focus on !hether counter-terrorism measures are respecting international la!, including the protection and promotion of human rights and the rule of la!& 0articipants highlighted that some of the obBecti"es for the de"elopment of regional strategies should be further regional harmoni ation, including through the participation in counter-terrorism institutions, as !ell as increased sharing of information and expertise, !hich facilitates counter-terrorism measures&

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Plenary Session ,( Presentation of t*e "utcome of t*e -ork of Grou ' on National Strategies and Grou , on Regional Strategies to t*e Plenary

0lenary #ession 2 ser"ed as space to refocus on the content of the discussion during the brea=out sessions& The main outcomes ha"e been summari>ed in the preceding parts as !ell as the part on the principles that could be deduced from the conference proceedings&

#ession chairs presenting the outcome 83r& 3arc 0orret, 3r& 3uhammad ,afiuddin #hah and 3r& #eif 2l-/a!la: Gleft to rightH:&

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Closing Session and Ne/t Ste s

The conference in general, and the closing session in particular, focused on the future role of the !nited "ations I especially the ne! CT'TF @or=ing 5roup of the @hole on %ational and ,egional #trategies& 'n the 5lobal #trategy, #tates resol"ed to underta=e measures to de"elop #tate capacity to pre"ent and combat terrorism and enhance coordination and coherence !ithin the $nited %ations system in promoting international cooperation in countering terrorism& Ta=ing into account the uni"ersality of its membership, its birds-eye perspecti"e as !ell as the accumulated e pertise in counter-terrorism, the $nited %ations is uni?uely ?ualified to offer and deli"er training and assistance to interested 3ember #tates and regional organi>ations through its ne! #$I$% &orking 'roup of the &hole on "ational and (egional )trategies& The @or=ing 5roup encourages local o!nership and national leadership in order to promote de"elopment of conte t-specific multidisciplinary approaches& $he conference in *ogota provided the launching event of a long-term initiati"e. The promotion of the de"elopment and implementation of national and regional counterterrorism strategies& CT2/ and CT'TF Affice- $%CCT as co-leaders of the @or=ing 5roup, are able to channel and deli"er assistance through "arious $nited %ations agencies tailored for the specific needs of a regional organi>ation or 3ember #tate& The feedbac= during and after the conference submitted to the $%CCT-CT'TF Affice, demonstrates that +ember )tates are interested in recei"ing further follo!-up regarding the de"elopment and implementation of national strategies, regional organi>ations !ith regard to regional counter-terrorism strategies, and representati"es of ci"il societies !ould !elcome further in"ol"ement in the design and implementation of strategies& #ome #tates and regional organi>ation ha"e already sho!n specific interest in re?uesting assistance deli"ered by the @or=ing 5roup on %ational and ,egional CounterTerrorism #trategies& The ne t step includes a detailed @or= 0lan of the @or=ing 5roup acti"ities, !hich is currently being de"eloped and !ill be presented as follo!-up to the participants and other interested 3ember #tates, regional organi>ations and CT'TF entities&

0articipants of the 'nternational Conference on %ational and ,egional Counter-Terrorism #trategies in Bogota

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Contact and +ollo0-1
'nterested 3ember #tates, regional organi>ations and ci"il society organi>ations can contact. 3r& 3uhammad ,afiuddin #hah, Team Ceader, CT'TF Affice, at. shah1Jun&org 3r& *hmed #eif 2l-/a!la, CT2/ Chief of #ecti0n, at. seifel-da!laJun&org&

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$nne/ I( $genda of t*e Conference

Day 1: 31 January 2013 08:00 – 09:00 Registration

09:00 – 10:30

Opening Session and Keynote Addresses Chair: H.E. Ambassador Abdallah Y. Al-Mo allimi! "ermanent Re#resentati$e o% the &ingdom o% 'a di Arabia to the (nited )ations! )e* Yor+ Panel: - ,rigadier -eneral .orge Hernando )ieto Ro/as! 0ire1tor o% 2riminal 3n$estigation and 3)4ER"56! )ational "oli1e! 2olombia - Mr. Mi+e 'mith! E7e1 ti$e 0ire1tor! 2o nter-4errorism 2ommittee E7e1 ti$e 0ire1torate 824E09 - Ms. 'onia Matilde El/a1h "olo! 0ire1tor o% M ltilateral "oliti1al A%%airs! Ministr: o% ;oreign A%%airs! 2olombia - Mr. M hammad Ra%i ddin 'hah! 5%%i1er-in-2harge! 2o nter4errorism 3m#lementation 4as+ ;or1e 82434;9 5%%i1e

10:30 – 11:00

Re%reshments brea+ < "hoto session

11:00 – 13:00

Plenary Session 1: Relevan e o! national and regional ounter"terroris# strategies and i#ple#entation plans in the !ight against terroris# • Chair: Panel: - H.E. Ale7andr =mee$s+i:! '#e1ial Re#resentati$e o% the "resident! R ssian ;ederation - Ma/or -eneral 'ar+in-Ya+i ,ello! 2o nter-4errorism 2oordinator! )igeria - 2olonel .orge 6 is >argas >alen1ia! 3ntelligen1e "oli1e 0ire1tor 803"569! )ational "oli1e! 2olombia - Ms. Marta Re? ena! 0ire1tor! 4errorism "re$ention ,ran1h! (nited )ations 5%%i1e on 0r gs and 2rime 8()5029 - Ms. 'ina 6ehm+ hler! (' )ational 2o nterterrorism 2enter! ('A - Mr. M hammad Ra%i ddin 'hah! 5%%i1er-in-2harge! 2o nter4errorism 3m#lementation 4as+ ;or1e 82434;9 5%%i1e )ational and regional e7#erien1es Mr. Mi+e 'mith! E7e1 ti$e 0ire1tor! 24E0

13:00 – 1@:30

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1@:30 – 1C:00

$roup 1: %ational Strategies &rea'out Session 1A: (nderstanding national dyna#i s and realities to develop national strategies • • • • • 3denti%i1ation o% sta+eholders in the national 1o nter-terrorism strateg: de$elo#ment and im#lementation Assessing strengths and needs 3n$ol$ement o% non-traditional go$ernmental a1tors in 1o nter-terrorism 3n$ol$ement o% 1i$il so1iet: and the #ri$ate se1tor 5b/e1ti$es

Chair: Mr. Ahmed 'ei% El-0a*la! 2hie% o% 'e1tion! 24E0 Panel: - Mr. 0atoA A:ob &han ,in M:din "it1ha:! Ro:al Mala:sia "oli1e! Mala:sia - Mr. &arl 4homas ;Brndahl! 0e# t: 0ire1tor at the "oli1e 0i$ision! Ministr: o% . sti1e! '*eden - Ms. Rit ,aner/ee! " bli1 'a%et:! 2anada - Ms. 6ia $an ,roe+ho$en! 2atholi1 5rganisation %or Relie% and 0e$elo#ment Aid 82ordaid9

$roup 2: Regional Strategies &rea'out Session 2A: (nderstanding regional dyna#i s and realities to develop regional strategies • 3denti%i1ation o% sta+eholders in the regional 1o nter-terrorism strateg: de$elo#ment and im#lementation • Assessing strengths and needs • 3n$ol$ement o% non-traditional go$ernmental a1tors in 1o nter-terrorism • 3n$ol$ement o% 1i$il so1iet: and #ri$ate se1tor • 5b/e1ti$es Chair: Mr. Mar1 "orret! "rogramme 2oordinator! ()224 < 2434; Panel: - H.E. Ambassador 3st$Dn -:armati! -ene$a 2entre %or the 0emo1rati1 2ontrol o% Armed ;or1es 802A;9 - Ms. &arin , rmester! 3nternational Atomi1 Energ: Agen1: 83AEA9 - Mr. 6ongine >alentine Mlo*ola! )ational 2o nterterrorism 2enter 8)2429! 4anEania - Ms. )a reen 2ho*dh r: ;in+! 2entre %or -lobal 2o nter-4errorism 2oo#eration 1C:00 – 1C:30 Re%reshments brea+

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1C:30 – 18:00

$roup 1: %ational Strategies &rea'out Session 1&: Prin iples to !or#ulate national strategies • "rin1i#les and elements o% a 1om#rehensi$e national 1o nter-terrorism strateg: 8rele$an1e to the (nited )ations -lobal 2o nter-4errorism 'trateg:9 • "ro#ortionalit: o% res#onses to terrorism threat and 1hallenges • "rima1: o% the r le o% la* Chair: Mr. Ahmed 'ei% El-0a*la! 2hie% o% 'e1tion! 24E0 Panel: - Mr. AndrF >andoren! 0ire1tor o% the 2oordinating (nit %or 4hreat Anal:sis! ,elgi m - Mr. .on ;it/e! )or*egian "oli1e 'e1 rit: 'er$i1e! )or*a: - Mr. Martin MarGn 2olGn! -eneral Attorne:! 0e# t: Attorne: %or 5rganiEed 2rime '#e1ialiEed 3n$estigation! (nit o% 4errorism and 4ra%%i1 Arms 3n$estigation! Me7i1o - Mr. ,en Emmerson! (nited )ations '#e1ial Ra##orte r on the #romotion and #rote1tion o% h man rights and % ndamental %reedoms *hile 1o ntering terrorism

$roup 2: Regional Strategies &rea'out Session 2&: Prin iples to !or#ulate regional strategies • "rin1i#les and elements o% a 1om#rehensi$e regional 1o nter-terrorism strateg: 8rele$an1e to -lobal 2o nter-4errorism 'trateg:9 • "ro#ortionalit: o% res#onses to terrorism threat and 1hallenges • "rima1: o% r le o% la* Chair: Mr. =eeshan Amin! "oliti1al A%%airs 5%%i1er! 2434; Panel: - Mr. 4homas Anthon: H 1hte! Head o% Anti-4errorism and 4ransnational 4hreats 0e#artment! 5rganiEation %or 'e1 rit: and 2o-o#eration in E ro#e 85'2E9 - Ms. . liette Hinsome ,ird! 2o nter-4errorism 'e1tion! )orth Atlanti1 4reat: 5rganiEation 8)A459 - Mr. )eil &lo#%enstein! E7e1 ti$e 0ire1tor! 3nter-Ameri1an 2ommittee against 4errorism 82324E9! 5rganiEation o% Ameri1an 'tates 85A'9 - Mr. Edri1 'elo s! 0ire1tor! R le o% 6a* (nit! (nited )ations

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0e#art re to re1e#tion hosted b: H.E. "atti 6ondoIo .aramillo! >i1e-Minister %or M ltilateral A%%airs o% 2olombia at the ;oreign Ministr: *ith the #resen1e o% the heads o% the di#lomati1 1or#s in ,ogota

DA) 2: 1 *e+ruary 2013

09:00 – 10:30

$roup 1: %ational Strategies &rea'out Session 1C: ,!!e tive interagen y #e hanis#s to i#ple#ent national strategies • A thorities! instit tions and reso r1es Chair: Mr. Ahmed 'ei% El-0a*la! 2hie% o% 'e1tion! 24E0 Panel: - Mr. 6 +e Y en! '#e1ial Re#resentati$e o% 3nter#ol to the (nited )ations in )e* Yor+ - Mr. Hassane Alao i Abdellao i! "resident o% ;inan1ial 3ntelligen1e "ro1essing (nit! Moro11o - Mr. Ergin ErgJl! (nderse1retariat o% " bli1 5rder and 'e1 rit:! 4 r+e: - Ms. Antonia Mena 6o#eE! )ational 2oordination 2enter on 2o nterterrorism! '#ain - 6ie tenant 2olonel 2arlos - tierreE! 2hie% 3ntelligen1e "rod 1tion Area! )ational "oli1e! 2olombia

$roup 2: Regional Strategies &rea'out Session 2C: ,!!e tive regional #e hanis#s to i#ple#ent regional strategies • Me1hanisms and #ro1ed res %or e%%e1ti$e inter-agen1: 1oordination at the regional le$el • "artnershi#s • A thorities! instit tions and reso r1es Chair: Mr. Mar1 "orret! "rogramme 2oordinator! ()224 < 2434; Panel:

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H.E. Ambassador ;ran1is1o 2aetano .ose Madeira! 0ire1tor! A%ri1an 2enter %or 't dies and Resear1h on 4errorism 8A2'R49! A%ri1an (nion 5rganiEation 8A(9 Mr. 2arlos =e:en! >i1e-"resident o% E ro/ st and )ational Member %or 6 7embo rg Mr. Ra1hid 6allali! 2hie%! 0e#artment o% e7terior se1 rit:! Algeria 2ommander Abebe M l neh! Head! 3ntergo$ernmental A thorit: on 0e$elo#ment in Eastern A%ri1a 83-A09 'e1 rit: 'e1tor "rogram 83''"9 Mr. Andres 4oledo! Regional , rea o% 3nter#ol in , enos Aires

10:30 – 11:00 11:00 – 13:00 $roup 1: %ational Strategies

Re%reshment brea+

&rea'out Session 1D: %ational #onitoring and evaluation o! i#ple#enting pro ess • 3nstit tionaliEing integration %or s stained im#lementation o% national strategies • Assessing e%%e1ti$eness o% im#lementation • Re$ie* me1hanisms Chair: Mr. Ahmed 'ei% El-0a*la! 2hie% o% 'e1tion! 24E0 Panel: Ma/or -eneral 'ar+in-Ya+i ,ello! 2o nter-terrorism 2oordinator! )igeria Mr. AndrF >andoren! 0ire1tor o% the 2oordinating (nit %or 4hreat Anal:sis! ,elgi m Ms. 'ina 6ehm+ hler! )ational 2o nterterrorism 2enter! ('A

$roup 2: Regional Strategies &rea'out Session 2D: Revie- and evaluation o! the i#ple#entation pro ess o! regional strategies • • • 3nstit tionaliEing integration %or s stained im#lementation o% regional strategies Assessing e%%e1ti$eness o% im#lementation Re$ie* me1hanisms

Chair: Mr. Mar1 "orret! "rogramme 2oordinator! ()224 < 2434; Panel: Ms. . liette Hinsome ,ird! 2o nter-4errorism 'e1tion! )orth Atlanti1 4reat: 5rganiEation 8)A459

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Mr. 3gna1io 3baneE! 3nter-Ameri1an 2ommittee against 4errorism 82324E9! 5rganiEation o% Ameri1an 'tates 85A'9 Mr. Martin E*i! 3nstit te %or 'e1 rit: 't dies 83''9 H.E. Ambassador 3st$Dn -:armati! -ene$a 2entre %or the 0emo1rati1 2ontrol o% Armed ;or1es 802A;9

13:00 – 1@:00

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1@:00 – 1K:00

Plenary Session 2: Presentation o! the out o#e o! the -or' o! $roup 1 on national strategies and $roup 2 on regional strategies to the plenary Chair: Mr. M hammad Ra%i ddin 'hah! 5%%i1er-in-2harge! 2o nter-4errorism 3m#lementation 4as+ ;or1e 82434;9 5%%i1e 19 29 "resentation on the 1on1l sions o% the )ational 'trategies dis1 ssion: Mr. Ahmed 'ei% El-0a*la! 2hie% o% 'e1tion! 24E0 "resentation on the 1on1l sions o% the Regional 'trategies dis1 ssion: Mr. Mar1 "orret! "rogramme 2oordinator! ()224 < 2434;

1K:00 – 1K:30

Re%reshments brea+

1K:30 – 1L:30

Closing Session and %e.t Steps Chair: H.E. Ambassador Abdallah Y. Al-Mo allimi! "ermanent Re#resentati$e o% the &ingdom o% 'a di Arabia to the (nited )ations! )e* Yor+ Panel: H.E. . an 2arlos "inEMn! Minister o% )ational 0e%ense! 2olombia Ma/or -eneral 'ar+in-Ya+i ,ello! 2o nter-terrorism 2oordinator! )igeria Mr. Mi+e 'mith! E7e1 ti$e 0ire1tor! 2o nter-4errorism 2ommittee E7e1 ti$e 0ire1torate 824E09 Mr. M hammad Ra%i ddin 'hah! 5%%i1er-in-2harge! 2o nter-4errorism 3m#lementation 4as+ ;or1e 82434;9 5%%i1e

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A!!iliation
Algeria Algeria Algeria Algeria Algeria Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Argentina

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*ull na#e 01ast2*irst3 5e#+er States
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Argentina Argentina A stralia ,angladesh ,elgi m

Ms Mr Mr Mr Mr

"E665) -abriela Maria 63>3 Mar1elo Enri? e )E6'5) 0a$id 'A6EH3) 'helle: -REA; Eddie

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,elgi m , r+ina ;aso 2ameroon

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>A)05RE) AndrF 5(0ERA5-5 'amson ArEo ma 333 M>5-5 E6A H llson

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2ameroon 2ameroon 2anada 2anada 2hile 2hile 2hile 2hina 2hina 2i$il 'o1iet:

Mr Mr Ms Ms Mr Mr Ms Mr Mrs Ms

AH5A )i1odeme M>5-5 .ean Marie &HA) Mariam ,A)ER.EE Rit "ERA64A -onEalo Montaner 0E ;E(03' H36'5) 2ristian Alberto MAR43) 2la dia 'an '() Yi HE3 6in ,R5E&H5>E) $an 6ia

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2olombia 2olombia 2olombia 2olombia 2olombia 2olombia 2olombia 2olombia

Mr Mr Ms Mr Ms Ms Mr ,rigadier -eneral Mr. ,rigadier -eneral Mr Ms Ms

>AR-A' >A6E)23A .orge 6 is -(43ERRE= 65"E= 2arlos Alberto 2E"E0A -R3MA605' >ilma MAR43)E= >ARE6A Y n Erasmo 2A)23MA)2E ME65 2la dia '(ARE= 'A)2HE= 6ad: >i$iana ,RA>5 R(3= Ed*in E6.A2H "565 'onia Matilda

3ntelligen1e "oli1e 0ire1tor 803"569. )ational "oli1e o% 2olombia 2hie% 3ntelligen1e "rod 1tion Area )ational "oli1e o% 2olombia. 2olombian 0elegation 2olombian 0elegation 2olombian 0elegation 2olombian 0elegation 2olombian 0elegation 0ire1tora de As ntos "olGti1os M ltilaterales. Ministerio de Rela1iones E7teriores 0ire1tor de 3n$estiga1iMn 2riminal e 3)4ER"56. "oli1Ga )a1ional de 2olombia. 2olombian 0elegation 2olombian 0elegation 2olombian 0elegation

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2olombia

)3E45 R5.A' .orge Hernando

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2olombia 2olombia 2olombia 2olombia 2olombia 2olombia 2ongo 2 ba 2 ba 2 ba Eg:#t Eg:#t Etho#ia ;ran1e ;ran1e -erman: H ngar:

H3443)-HA) "A0366A . an 2arlos HER)A)0E= Rosalba 0 ran MAR43)E= 'A6AMA)2A 6 E M:la Mr >A'O(E= "RA0A Man el Antonio Mr -(43ERRE= 65"E= 2arlos Alberto Ms Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mrs Mr Mr Ms Mr ;A4HA66A Ahmed 23=ARE ;ort na 0iba1o ;5)4A) 5li$ier '(ERA' Mi1hel '2HH5),ER- Mei+e -YARMA43 3st$an '(ARE= 'A)2HE= 6ad: >i$iana 42H34EM,5 Ernest 41hiloemba 2A3R5 .a$ier 2aamaIo 65 ;5R4E . an Roberto -5R5Y -orge 3$an Mora E6&5()Y 4are+ Mahmo d 2olombian 0elegation 2ongo! "ermanent Mission o% 2ongo 2 ba 0elegation 2 ba 0elegation 2 ba 0elegation Embass: o% the Arab Re# bli1 o% Eg:#t in 2olombia Embass: o% the Arab Re# bli1 o% Eg:#t in 2olombia "M o% ;ederal 0emo1rati1 Re# bli1 o% Ethio#ia Embass: o% ;ran1e in 2olombia Embass: o% ;ran1e in 2olombia -erman Embass: in 2olombia Ambassador! "ro%essor! "resident! 2enter %or 0emo1ra1: " bli1 ;o ndation 80EM&&9! 02A; Embass: o% .a#an in 2olombia Embass: o% .a#an in 2olombia &en:a! )ational 2o nter-4errorism 2enter 6A'! Ambassador o% the Mission o% the 6eag e o% Arab 'tates to the () 6ebanon! 3';! -eneral 0ire1torate 6ebanon! 6ebanese Armed ;or1es 86A;9 2olombian 0elegation 2olombian 0elegation

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.a#an .a#an &en:a 6eag e o% Arab 'tates 6ebanon 6ebanon

Mrs Mr Mr H.E. Mr Mr

54A'H3R5 Mio 'A'A&3 &i1hiro 5M(R()-A Ernest 5mbe$a ;A4HA66A Amin Ahmed ;ARAH )abil 4ARA,AY .ihad ;a*Ei

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Mr Ms Ms Mr Mr Mr Mr Ma/or -eneral 0r. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Ms 6ie tenant 2olonel 2a#tain ;irst 6ie tenant Mr Ms

R(3= .ose 6 is R35' Angela 0E6 R35 4ania E6 5MARY Yo sse% E6 ;E0R35(3 Mo la: Ahmed 5(&ARA Yassir 5&A;5R 5bi Emman el ,E665 'ar+in Ya+i ,E665-;A036E Ral#h 'i7t s ,abat nde 5YEMA0E Adeni:i 5&H(0363 Egb edi+e 0AH6 4homas H34H 4rond Egil ;34.E .on =3E4ARA Ma1ie/ =MEE>'&3Y Ale7andr M5&3) 0aniil 'A65> >ladimir >6A03'HE>'&3Y ;eodosi: =HE6E=)YA& Anatol: A6-M5(A663M3 Y Abdallah A6 ,AHAR03 Halid H3.A=3 Mohamed H(''E3)3 R 'arah A,5RHMAH Abd l*ahab Abd lrahman ' A6R(,A3A) bader Abd lrahman A6HAR,3 Ahmad Alhomidi -5>E)0ER Maniemagen ME)A 65"E= Antonia

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(nited %ations
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Other 6nternational and Regional Organi4ations
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