About the GCTF

The Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) is an informal, apolitical, multilateral counterterrorism platform. It is small, nimble, inclusive, and consensus-based. Its overarching mission is to reduce the vulnerability of people worldwide to terrorism by mobilizing expertise and resources to prevent, combat, and prosecute terrorist acts and counter incitement and recruitment to terrorism. 

The Forum brings together policymakers and practitioners from around the world to share experiences and expertise, and to develop practical, publicly available tools and strategies on how to prevent and counter the evolving terrorist threat. The GCTF is currently co-chaired by Canada and Morocco. 

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Recommendations on P/CVE & Terrorism Online

Recommendations on P/CVE & Terrorism Online

31 March 2021

The GCTF organized a webinar focused on Southeast Asia to discuss the use and implementation of the Policy Toolkit for the Zurich-London Recommendations on Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorism Online. As the use of the internet for violent extremist and terrorist purposes increases, collective efforts to address this challenge are essential.

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PODCAST: Criminal Justice CT Practice

PODCAST: Criminal Justice CT Practice

This podcast is intended for policymakers and practitioners in the criminal justice sector who are interested in the question of how criminal justice authorities can investigate and disrupt terrorist activities effectively and lawfully.
 

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PODCAST: P/CVE & Terrorism Online

PODCAST: P/CVE & Terrorism Online

This podcast is intended for policymakers and practitioners who wish to learn more about how to prevent and counter such fundraising, training, recruitment, radicalization, and/or incitement to violent extremism and terrorism.
 

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PODCAST: Evidence Collection, Use & Sharing

PODCAST: Evidence Collection, Use & Sharing

This podcast is intended for policymakers, and criminal justice and other practitioners who are interested in guidance and good practices on how to deal with transnational counter-terrorism cases including ones that originate from conflict zones.
 

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