Partners

Member States

As part of the United Nations Secretariat, UNODC provides policy and programmatic support to UN Member States. At their request, we provide Member States with assistance to ensure they can fulfil their international obligations related to terrorism prevention.

Donors

Part of our work on terrorism prevention is funded through assessed contributions to the regular budget of the United Nations. Most of our work is funded through voluntary contributions from Member States and other donors. Member States have access to project-related information through a dedicated portal.
 

Since 2016, UNODC’s terrorism prevention projects and programmes have been funded by:

 

Austria
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
European Union
France
Germany

 

Italy
Japan
   Luxembourg
Monaco
Netherlande
Norway
Spain

 

Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
  United States of America
  UNPDF
  UNOCT

UN System

 
UNODC is an active partner of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Coordination Compact to support integrated implementation of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy, ensuring that UNODC's counterterrorism work is carried out in the broader context of and coordinated with United Nations system-wide efforts.
 

Consisting of 43 entities, as members or observers, the Compact is mandated to enhance coordination and coherence of the counter-terrorism efforts of the United Nations system. UNODC actively contributes to the eight Working Groups of the Compact. UNODC is the Chair of the Working Group on Criminal Justice, Legal Responses and Countering the Financing of Terrorism. UNODC also serves as the vice-chair of the Working Groups on Resource Mobilization, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Border Management and Law Enforcement. 

Civil Society

UNODC works with requesting Member States to draft and implement national counterterrorism action plans to assist criminal justice officials in addressing the complex nature of terrorist offences in coordination with civil society organizations. We engage closely with civil society organizations in our work on victims of terrorism and preventing violent extremism conducive to terrorism.