The IIJ pursues its mission in the context of an evolving terrorism and transnational threat environment, and as part of a dynamic counter-terrorism community. Essential for effective capacity-building and to maximise sustainable impact for both beneficiaries and supporters of our efforts are effective partnerships and collaboration at the national, regional and international levels.
Leveraging existing partnerships and subject-matter expertise, and identifying new opportunities and synergies, are key priorities for the IIJ. This includes collaboration with training centres and academies, research networks, universities, GCTF partners, United Nations bodies, other multilateral organisations, and relevant non-governmental organisations and private sector foundations.
A group of organisations that pledged in June 2014 to work collaboratively to support, and ensure the success of, the IIJ.
In the years that have followed the establishment of the IIJ, the Valletta Partners have been key allies in the Institute’s development and active collaborators and partners.