3rd IHL on Terrorism and Counter Terrorism- CVE & Deradicalisation
Centre for Military and International Humanitarian Law (CoMIHL), National Defense University of Malaysia (NDUM), together with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), has conducted the 2nd course on the International Humanitarian Law (IHL) on Terrorism and Counterterrorism in 2021. The course received good feedbacks from the participants with various backgrounds. The 3rd series of this course is designed to provide participants with the key concepts and principles of countering violent extremism and deradicalization that underpin international instruments and institutions concerned with the complex topics of terrorism, as well as any hard, security-based, responses adopted by States when confronted with acts of terrorism. This course will provide a brief overview of modern terrorism and its implications for the international community. Specifically, the course also will provide insight into terrorism in the area of international humanitarian law. The target audience will be academia, enforcement officers, and key stakeholders in counter-terrorism activities.
- Analyse the concept and underpinning legal principles of countering violent extremism and deradicalization, whether at the national or international level.
- Explain treaty-based crimes relevant for prosecuting acts of terrorism, whether at the national or international level.
- Familiarize students with interdisciplinary perspectives of terrorism and counterterrorism.
Open to the public – a limited number of military personnel, police personnel, academia, legal and humanitarian practitioners, CoMIHL alumni and other key stakeholders will also be invited to join the course.