A decade since un security council resolution 1373: ten lessons learnt on counter-terrorism and human rights

Sep 29, 2011 | News

28 September 2011 marks the ten year anniversary of the adoption by the UN Security Council of its resolution 1373 concerning measures to combat terrorism, which resulted in a proliferation of counter-terrorism legislation.

In a statement delivered that day to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe during its annual Human Dimension Implementation Meeting, the ICJ’s Dr Alex Conte identified ten key lessons learnt over the last decade of focused attention on the countering of terrorism and the relationship this has had with national, regional and international human rights law.

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