Events Calendar

Past Events

Judicial Capacity-Building
22 March - 1 April 2021

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

On 22, 25, 29 March & 1 April 2021, the IIJ and the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT), convened a second online workshop on Applying Administrative Measures within a Counter-Terrorism Context and Rule of Law Framework. The...
9 - 10 March 2021

IIJ REMVE Initiative: Third Online Expert Meeting on Countering REMVE

In March 2021, the IIJ convened its Third Online Expert Meeting on Countering Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremism (REMVE) under the IIJ REMVE Initiative, which is being implemented with support from the Governments of the United States and the United...
Addressing Homegrown Terrorism
23 - 25 February 2021

IIJ Addressing Homegrown Terrorism Initiative: Online Workshop on Implementing the GCTF’s Rabat – Washington Good Practices, Special Focus on Responses to Attacks in South and Southeast Asia

In February 2021, the IIJ convened its fifth in a series of online workshops under the IIJ Addressing Homegrown Terrorism Initiative. The workshop was convened with support from the Government of the United States and focused on the response to...
3 - 12 February 2021

IIJ Investigations Initiative: Multi-Agency ‘Intelligence-led, Evidence-driven’ Counter-Terrorism Investigation Capacity-Building in Somaliland – Skills Training and Practical Exercise Phase

In February 2021, the IIJ convened the first phase of its Multi-Agency Intelligence-Led, Evidence-Driven Counter-Terrorism Investigation Capacity-Building programme in Somaliland under the auspices of the IIJ Investigations Initiative. This ten-day module brought together 41 practitioners from different agencies, including the...
2 February - 12 March 2021

IIJ eCTAC: New Courses for Anglophone and Francophone Practitioners

In February and March 2021, the IIJ delivered two new course iterations of its online Counter-Terrorism Academic Curriculum (eCTAC) tailored for Anglophone and Francophone practitioners. These eCTAC courses were supported by the Government of France, a founding donor of the...