Co-chaired by Australia and Indonesia, the Detention and Reintegration (DR) Working Group promotes cooperation, capacity-building, and the development and sharing of good practices for relevant authorities and stakeholders, on issues associated with terrorist detainee management, rehabilitation, and reintegration.
The growing emphasis on prison-based rehabilitation programs in governments’ efforts to counter violent extremism results from three factors: first, prisons may become ‘safe havens’ for terrorists car... Read More
A set of non-binding recommendations regarding the range of measures that might be employed at the national or local level as an alternative to pre-trial detention or postconviction incarceration for ... Read More
Note: This document will be submitted to the GCTF to provide additional guidance to GCTF Members States and other countries in their efforts to incorporate the Rome Memorandum into their own programme... Read More
Successful in-prison rehabilitation does not have a one-size-fits-all approach. It begins with clearly defined objectives and metrics for success and failure.
The growing emphasis on prison-based r... Read More