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1 Cooperation between CTC/CTED and UNODC/TPB on Implementing the Legal Regime against Terrorism Briefing by Cecilia Ruthström-Ruin Deputy Director of the Division for Treaty Affairs and Chief of the Terrorism Prevention Branch New York 30 April 2009

2 Technical Assistance by TPB For strengthening the capacity of national criminal justice systems to implement these instruments in full conformity with RoL For the ratification and incorporation into national legislation of the 16 international legal instruments related to terrorism Assistance to countries, upon request: Based on: GA resolutions (63/129 and 63/175), including the UN Global C-T Strategy (60/288) Guided by: Security Council Resolutions

3 2003 – 2009: Global reach ActivitiesJanuary April 2009January-December 2008 Total of Member States assisted Total of Member States provided with legislative drafting assistance 7745 Number of regional and sub- regional workshops 6616 Number of criminal justice officials trained 8,1501,600

4 Technical assistance tools and publications A dozen technical assistance tools and substantive publications, including Legislative database (www.unodc.org/tldb)www.unodc.org/tldb Legislative guide to the universal anti-terrorism conventions and protocols Model legislative provisions against terrorism Handbook on criminal justice responses to terrorism Under preparation: Digest of terrorism cases for legal practitioners Manual on international judicial co-operation in terrorist cases International legal framework for combating nuclear terrorism Frequently asked questions to international law aspects relating to counter-terrorism Analytical studies on anti-terrorism legislation in different regions

5 TPB Field-based experts \

6 PARTNERSHIPS African Union League of Arab States ASEAN Organization for American States Organization Internationale de la Francophonie Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat Commonwealth Secretariat European Union Southern African Development Community ECOWAS Intergovernmental Authority on Development Organization of the Islamic Conference OSCE

7 Delivering as “One UN”

8 Working with the Counter-Terrorism Committee and its Executive Directorate Distinct functions, complementary and mutually supportive CTC/CTED: Functions: - Normative - Policy - Monitoring - Technical Assistance Facilitation UNODC/TPB: Functions: Technical Assistance Delivery including: n - Legal Assessments n - Reporting Assistance

9 2003 – 2009: Results and Outcomes New ratifications by TPB-assisted countries482 New/revised CT legislation by TPB-assisted countries adopted 39 drafting completed Enhanced CT legal implementation capacity through trained officials More than 120 countries

10 Way forward Enhanced ratification assistance Enhanced assistance for legislative implementation Enhanced assistance for capacity building – new approaches

11 Way forward (continued) In-depth tailor-made country focused assistance Enhanced thematic specialisation Cross-cutting approach

12 TPB Online training course

13 Addressing cross-cutting issues of crime, drugs and terrorism prevention Specialised services for strengthening the legal regime against terrorism TPB mandates Services for addressing cross-cutting issues – UNODC mandates + Criminal Justice Reform AML/ CFT Combating Organised Crime and illicit drug trafficking Preventing Corruption Emerging Treats (identity- Related crime/ cyber Crime) Internat. Coop. In Criminal Matters

14 Further strengthening of cooperation between UNODC/TPB and CTC/CTED Enhanced substantive collaboration by CTC/CTED in support of TA delivery (including among the respective regional teams and the respective substantive teams of UNODC and CTED) Enhanced support by UNODC/TPB to promote the common strategy for non reporting/ late-reporting States of the 3 SC Committees Joint action within the CTITF, in particular the I-ACT initiative

15 Securing continued support by Member States Funding & Implementation Overview US$ million Austria Belgium Canada Colombia Denmark France Germany Greece Italy Japan Liechtenstein Monaco Netherlands New Zealand Norway Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey UK USA TPB Donors:

16 2009: Funding Requirements 2008 funding carried over to 2009 (activities in initial months):$5 million Estimated 2009 expenditures/requirements: $10 million New contributions required for 2009 expenditures:$5 million 2009 funding for 2010 activities in initial months:$5 million Total 2009 new contributions/funding required: $10 million

17 For information, please contact: UNODC HQUNODC New York Liaison Office Tel: (TPB)Tel: (Andrea Treso) Fax: Fax: Web:


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