Technical Assistance Tools and Publications

Menu of Services: Supporting Legal Responses and Criminal Justice Capacity to Prevent and Counter Terrorism  (English) 

 

This leaflet provides at a glance an overview of the work of the UNODC Terrorism Prevention Branch in preventing and countering terrorism.  

 

 

 

 

 

Menu of Services: Legislative and Capacity-Building Assistance to Prevent and Combat Terrorism (English)

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Online Tools

Counter-terrorism Legislation Database

A comprehensive and accurate database of international, regional and national counter-terrorism legislation further supported by model laws, legislative guides, and other legal tools.

Counter-terrorism Learning Platform

The Platform is an interactive tool specifically designed for the training of criminal justice officials in the fight against terrorism, whilst incorporating them into a single virtual community where they can share their experiences and perspectives to fight terrorism

Observatory of Jurisprudence for the Americas (in Spanish only)

The Observatory of Jurisprudence for the America contains judicial decisions adjudicated at different instances (from the first to second instance, as well as High Courts) and brings a guiding criteria for those who, based on their functions, need to analyze case law of terrorism-related files. It is the first of its kind in Colombia and the Americas and represents an invaluable thesaurus for the judiciary and the criminal justice, law enforcement and academic community.

 

Publications

Practical Guides, Handbooks and Manuals

Counter-Terrorism Legal Training Curriculum Modules

Model Laws

Studies

Compendia of Legal Instruments

Conference Publications

 

Practical Guides, Handbooks and Manual

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Counter-Terrorism Legal Training Curriculum Modules

Counter-Terrorism Legal Training Curriculum Module 2: The Universal Framework Against Terrorism

Counter-Terrorism Legal Training Curriculum Module 3: International Cooperation in Criminal Matters

 

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Counter-Terrorism Legal Training Curriculum Module 4: Human Rights and Criminal Justice Responses to Terrorism

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Counter-Terrorism Legal Training Curriculum Module 5: Transport-related (civil aviation and maritime) Terrorism Offences

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Counter-Terrorism Legal Training Curriculum Module 6: The International Legal Framework against Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism
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Country-Specific Training Modules

Kenya Training Manual on Human Rights and Criminal Justice Responses to Terrorism (English only)

Model Laws

Model laws and treaties, to assist States in the elaboration of treaties and domestic laws on international cooperation, combating terrorism, money-laundering and the financing of terrorism, are available upon request from the Terrorism Prevention Branch.

Studies

Compendia of Legal Instruments

Conference Publications

 

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Report of the Secretary-General on "Assistance in implementing the international conventions and protocols related to terrorism" submitted to the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at its twenty-first session (E/CN.15/2012/10