Events Calendar

Past Events

13 - 14 July 2021

IIJ REMVE Practitioner’s Guide Launch

In July 2021, we launched the much anticipated IIJ Criminal Justice Practitioner’s Guide for Addressing Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremism (REMVE), with support from the Governments of the United States and the United Kingdom. The Launch event brought together...
Prison Management
30 June - 8 July 2021

IIJ Prison Management Initiative: Second Online Expert Meeting on Risk Assessment of Violent Extremist and Terrorist Offenders

In June 2021, with funding from the Government of France, the IIJ delivered the second in a series of two expert meetings on Risk Assessment of Violent Extremist and Terrorist Offenders. The main objective of this project is to develop a...
Multi-Actor P/CVE Interventions
29 June 2021

IIJ Multi-Actor P/CVE Interventions Workstream: UN Side Event – Operationalising a “Do No Harm” Approach to P/CVE

In June 2021, in the margins of the Second United Nations (UN) Counter-Terrorism Week, the IIJ held an online side event with support from the European Union to launch a first-of-its-kind training curriculum to support the design and implementation of...
Judicial Capacity-Building
25 June - 15 July 2021

IIJ Judicial Capacity-Building Initiative: MENA Regional Workshop on the GCTF’s Glion Recommendations on the Use of Rule of Law-Based Administrative Measures

In June and July 2021, the IIJ, and our Valletta Partner, the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT), collaborated to deliver the IIJ – ICCT Online Workshop on Applying Administrative Measures within a Counter-Terrorism Context and Rule of Law...
Global Central Authorities
25 - 27 May 2021

IIJ Global Central Authorities Initiative: Joint UK Central Authority Capacity-Building Project – West Africa Regional Online Workshop for Developing Standardised Guidelines for MLA in Criminal Matters

In May 2021, the IIJ, together with the United Kingdom Central Authority (UKCA) led an online workshop for 15 legal counsel and prosecutors from Cameroon, The Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria. The purpose of the workshop was to support the standardisation...