Prevention, Detection, Intervention and Response to Homegrown Terrorism



The non-binding good practices of the Rabat – Washington Good Practices on the Prevention, Detection, Intervention and Response to Homegrown Terrorism are intended to assist policymakers and practitioners as they develop, implement, and evaluate policies and programs to confront the homegrown terrorism phenomenon. This document is intended to be a complementary piece to GCTF The Hague-Marrakech Memorandum on Good Practices for a More Effective Response to the FTF Phenomenon (The Hague-Marrakech Memo) and the Addendum to The Hague-Marrakech Memorandum focusing on returning FTFs, in order to ensure a comprehensive response to the current terrorism landscape. This video is part of the Lifecycle Toolkit. For more information and interactive content on the Lifecycle Toolkit website.​