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  • A Whole-of-Society Approach to Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization That Lead to Terrorism: A Guidebook for Central Asia

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    The guidebook on “A Whole-of-Society Approach to Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization That Lead to Terrorism - A Guidebook for Central Asia” is one in a series of technical guidebooks produced by the Transnational Threat Department/ Action against Terrorism Unit and focuses on the challenges in developing and implementing effective programmes to prevent and counter VERLT in Central Asia.

  • Guidelines for Crisis Communication

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    The Guide for Crisis Communication determines the procedures in relation to the coordination of communication, both internally and externally in case of crisis. It states the roles, responsibilities and protocol of communication with the target groups during the crisis.

  • Afghan National Drug Action Plan 2015-2019

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    This National Drug Action Plan outlines Afghanistan’s intention to pursue a balanced, comprehensive, coordinated, and sustainable approach to combating illegal drug production, trade, and usage.

  • Safety Councils in Cities and Municipalities: Manual

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    Manual used in support of several events by the Mission to Serbia on developing a standardized model of a Municipal Safety Council (MSC)

  • Needs Assessment on Terrorism Issues, Tajikistan

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    The purpose of this document is to provide an assessment in respect of the perceived needs of the Republic of Tajikistan in its efforts to counter terrorism and to identify areas where support from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe may be deemed appropriate. The assessment seeks to identify activity complementary and additional to work already undertaken and ongoing by the OSCE in respect of Counter Terrorism.