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.
The Global Center is excited to announce a new addition to our Board of Directors: Tess McEnery.
This brief addresses the implications of the international call to fight in Ukraine and preparations for the return and reintegration of volunteers into society.
The Global Center is thrilled to announce a new addition to our Board of Directors: Adeolu Adewumi-Zer.
This brief summarizes key evidence of the success of financial inclusion efforts and reflects on the role of financial inclusion in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
This policy brief collaboratively produced by the Global Center and the RUSI, Claudia Wallner examines the relationship between the global far right, Russia, and the war in Ukraine.
The Global Center is currently leading a global process to engage civil society around the work of the United Nations on countering terrorism and preventing violent extremism