Where possible, activities draw on existing UNODC in-house expertise, such as that in Anti-Money Laundering, Organized Crime and Corruption, as well as in the Justice Section and Legal Advisory Section. The Terrorism Prevention Branch (TPB) pays special attention to maximizing the impact of its work through operational partnerships and to avoiding duplication of efforts. Technical assistance activities are undertaken in close partnership and cooperation with numerous international, regional and sub-regional organizations.
Partnership with International Organizations
The Branch works with many international partners:
The Commonwealth Secretariat, The Global Counter-Terrorism Task Force (GCTF), The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF), The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), The Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization, The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), The International Monetary Fund (IMF), The International Maritime Organization (IMO), The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), The International Organization for Migration (IOM), The Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC), The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), The Office of Legal Affairs of the Secretariat (OLA), The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and the World Bank, The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), The International Organization of the Francophonie, The International Development Law Organization (IDLO).
Partnership with Regional and Sub-regional Organizations
TPB also works with a large number of regional and sub-regional partners, such as:
The African Union (AU), The Southeast Asia Regional Center for Counter Terrorism (SEARCCT), The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), The International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA-Bangkok), The Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC), The Central African Economic and Monetary Community, The Intergovernmental Authority on Development's Capacity-Building Programme against Terrorism (IGAD/ICPAT), The East African Community (EAC), The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC), The Pacific Island Forum Secretariat (PIFS), The Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (ESAAMLG), The Organization of American States Inter-American Committee Against Terrorism (OAS/CICTE) and Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (OAS/CICAD) The South American Financial Action Task Force (GAFISUD), The Caribbean Community (CARICOM), The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC), The Council of Europe (CoE), The Economic Community of Central African States, The Economic Community Of West African States (ECOWAS), The European Union including Eurojust, The League of Arab States (LAS), The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), The Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS), The Arab Maghreb Union (AMU), The Southern African Development Community (SADC), The Association of Regional Magistrates in Southern Africa (ARMSA), El Sistema de la Integración Centroamericana (SICA), African Centre for the Study and Research on Terrorism (ACSRT), The West African Economic and Monetary Union, The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa.
Partnership with Training Institutions
TPB works in partnership with a range of training institutions as part of its technical assistance and capacity building activities. These include:
ABA (American Bar Association) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ACSRT (African Center for the Study and Research on Terrorism) ALGERIA, Border Management Staff College (TAJIKISTAN), CARICC (Central Asian Regional Information and Coordination Centre) KAZAKSTAN, CEJ (Centre for Legal Studies) SPAIN, CRFLD (Regional Training Center) COTE d'IVOIRE, Diplofoundation (MALTA), Domodedovo Training Center (RUSSIA), Ecole nationale de magistrature (FRANCE), Ecole supérieure de la magistrature (ALGERIA), ENAM (Ecole Nationale d'Administration et de Magistrature) NIGER, ENAM (Ecole Nationale d'Administration et de Magistrature) BURKINA FASO, ENAM (Ecole Nationale d'Administration et de Magistrature) MAURITANIA, European Judicial Training (BELGIUM),Folke Bernadotte Academy (SWEDEN),IACA (International Anti-Corruption Academy) AUSTRIA, ICCLR & CJP (International Center for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy) CANADA, ILAC (International Legal Assistance Consortium) SWEDEN, ILANUD (United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders) COSTA RICA, International Judicial Academy (UNITES STATES OF AMERICA/ARGENTINA), IOJT (International Organization for Judicial Training) ISRAEL, ISISC (International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences) ITALY,ISNL (International School of Nuclear Law) FRANCE ,ISS (Institute for Security Studies) SOUTH AFRICA, Institut Supérieur de la Magistrature (MOROCCO), JCLEC(Jakarta Center for Law Enforcement Cooperation) INDONESIA, Law Enforcement Centre (EGYPT), Law Enforcement Training Center of Burkina Faso, Law Enforcement Training Center of Mali, Law Enforcement Training Center of Mauritania, Law Enforcement Training Center of Niger, Law Institute (UZBEKISTAN), Magistrate School (COLOMBIA), National Institute for Judiciary Training in Mali (INFJ), National Center for Judicial Studies (EGYPT), Police School (ITALY), Police Academy (EGYPT), RIAEJ (Ibero-American Network of Magistrates Schools), SEARCTT(Southeast Asia Region Centre of Counter-Terrorism) MALAYSIA, St. Petersburg Juridicial Institute Academy of the General Prosecutor's Office (RUSSIAN FEDERATION), TADOC (Turkish International Academy Against Drugs and Organised Crimes) TURKEY, The International Criminal Law Centre of the University of Toulouse (FRANCE), UCD (University College of Dublin) IRELAND, UNAFEI (United Nations Asia and Far East Institute) JAPAN, UNICRI (United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute) ITALY, UNITAR (United Nations Institute for Training and Research) SWITZERLAND, University of Teramo (ITALY), Webster University Vienna (AUSTRIA).
The technical assistance activities of the Branch are financed by voluntary contributions from donors, supported by an allocation for a small core staff component from the United Nations regular budget. The support of donor countries has been steadily increasing, reflecting growing confidence in effective programme delivery. At the end of 2012, voluntary financial contributions for activities by the Terrorism Prevention Branch totaled over US$ 63 million for the period 2003-2012. These generous contributions have been made by the following 26 countries:
Substantial contributions have also been made by the following organizations: