Support the IIJ
Help bolster the infrastructure, expertise and resources to deliver the IIJ mission with sustainable impact
Seconding criminal justice practitioners to the IIJ as Senior Advisers delivers invaluable benefits for both the secondee and the seconding government. Benefits include professional development opportunities, experience in the design and delivery of capacity-building activities, immersion in counter-terrorism and rule of law capacity-building, and the building of networks at the regional and international levels.
When you provide flexible funding, you are supporting us where we need it most. IIJ capacity-building is largely grant-based, with governments mainly funding specific initiatives, courses or workshops. To ensure the sustainability of the IIJ mission, the Institute relies on flexible funding to support activities not covered by specific grants, and to implement its Annual Programme approved by our Governing Board of Administrators.
Such funds can be used to fund activities through the IIJ Alumni Network and Advisory Board, the translation and interpretation of IIJ practitioner tools to reach a broader audience, administrative expenses, programming, communications infrastructure, and supporting the development of IIJ publications and tools.
IIJ capacity-building activities are implemented both in Malta and across our geographic focus areas, and we convene high-level and global events both online and in cities around the world. Many governments contribute through in-kind contributions, whether in the form of supplying venues for or co-hosting events, providing logistical support or translation/interpretation services. The IIJ welcomes all in-kind contributions as valuable support for the IIJ mission.
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Core Initiatives & Workstreams
Help fund our short-form workshops that are building the capacity of criminal justice practitioners to address emerging terrorism trends and cutting-edge, rule of law and human rights-compliant counter-terrorism strategies.
The Programmatic Unit leads the design and delivery of shorter-form workshops addressing specific and emerging threats and challenges in the counter-terrorism and rule of law fields.
Structured and delivered under the IIJ Core Initiatives & Workstreams, the capacity-building workshops are tailored to national and regional contexts, with a focus on practical application of skills and good practices to real-world challenges facing the criminal justice practitioners we serve.
The IIJ Core Initiatives & Workstreams support implementation and operationalisation of relevant GCTF good practices and recommendations, the UN Counter-Terrorism Strategy and UN Security Council Resolutions, and other regional and international frameworks.