This brief examines collaboration between the UN and GCTF and reflects on the objectives, modalities, and effectiveness of that collaboration in today’s counterterrorism landscape.
In a Security Management article, Executive Director Eelco Kessels outlines the Global Center’s work to lead innovative programs that serve communities and groups most affected by conflict and terrorism.
In 2023, the world grappled with a number of crises that demand action. It shows that our commitment to advancing a just and secure world has never been more important.
During the 78th Session of the UN General Assembly, the Global Center organized and participated in numerous events on the margins of the High-Level Week.
Developed with the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering, the report examines regional efforts to protect non-profit organizations from terrorism financing abuse.
Learn more about the Global Center’s activities and training course with the Kenyan prison system on countering violent extremism.
The policy brief series reflects on topics beyond the immediate geostrategic impacts of the invasion, including on gendered stereotypes, foreign fighters, and reactions of the global far-right.
This policy brief analyzes the ways in which gendered narratives have been employed during the war in Ukraine.
Annabelle Bonnefont and Franziska Praxl-Tabuchi share their thoughts regarding civil society engagement with UN counterterrorism efforts.
The Global Center participated in the Third Counter-Terrorism Week and High-level Conference of Heads of Counter-Terrorism Agencies of Member States.
Global Center’s Eelco Kessels and Melissa Lefas published an article in Just Security reflecting on the 8th review of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy.
The sixth Blue Sky report explores how the UN’s comparative advantages can be leveraged to improve the balanced implementation of the Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy.