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  • Training on human rights in counter-terrorism investigations

    The Human Rights in Counter-Terrorism Investigations Training Module is a specialized and practically oriented training programme for law-enforcement officers jointly developed by Human Rights and Anti-Terrorism Programme (HRAT) and Transnational Threats Department/Strategic Policing Matters Unit (TNTD/SPMU) on the basis of OSCE-ODIHR Human Rights in Counter-Terrorism Investigations manual. Please note that this training is for law enforcement professionals only. Please write to us at the email address here:

  • The Role of Mass Media in Countering Terrorism

    Presentations from a training on the role of mass media in countering terrorism for journalists, organised by the Project Co-ordinator in Uzbekistan

  • Identifying Foreign Terrorist Fighters (FTFs)

    Materials from a course on identifying foreign terrorist fighters for border and security officers in Kazakhstan, which was organised by the Border Security and Management Unit of the OSCE Transnational Threats Department (TNTD), with support from the Programme Office in Astana and in close co-operation with the Border Service of Kazakhstan

  • Violent Extremism and Radicalisation Leading to Terrorism (VERLT) Training in Kyrgyz and Russian

    Materials from a training course supported by the Programme Office in Bishkek and the Ministry of the Interior for local communities, targeting young men and women to improve their knowledge of Violent Extremism and Radicalisation Leading to Terrorism (VERLT).

  • Understanding Referral Mechanisms in Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization That Lead to Terrorism: Guidebook for South-Eastern Europe

    This guidebook was written to help support policymakers and practitioners who are looking to develop programmes on interventions to prevent VERLT. It also focuses on some of the region-specific factors that need to be considered when developing referral mechanisms in South-Eastern Europe, drawing from consultations with key stakeholders from the region.