States continue to grapple with the evolving challenges and threats of terrorism. The return of foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs) from conflict zones to their countries of origin or nationality for example, or the (further) radicalization of incarcerated individuals to violence in prisons and upon release, can pose a significant threat to society. In order to address such threats, states may adopt a range of preventative measures including administrative measures. To offer guidance to policymakers, law enforcement officials, and other relevant stakeholders on the design, implementation, and monitoring of administrative measures, the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) has developed the Glion Recommendations on the Use of Rule of Law-Based Administrative Measures in a Counterterrorism Context | Arabic | French. This animation is based on these Recommendations.
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