A new CCW roundtable event has been announced for Thursday the 12th November at 9:30 in the Mackesey Room, Pembroke College (coffee and croissants served from 9:00). Please contact email@example.com to register.
Terrorist groups pose a serious threat to democratic governance and civilian security in numerous countries, particularly in the developing world. The UN is a major player to coordinate efforts among governments to respond to this threat, but the results have been limited so far. Among other issues, labelling certain violent non-state groups as “terrorists” has brought more harm than good. This Roundtable event will bring together practitioners and scholars to explore this pressing issue. The discussion will combine a development perspective with a counterterrorism lens and insights from academic research.
- Elizabeth Joyce, Chief of Section, Counter-Terrorism Committee, Executive Directorate (CTED), United Nations
- Sam Daws, Director, Project on UN Governance and Reform, Centre for International Studies, University of Oxford
- Annette Idler, Director of Studies, Changing Character of War Programme, University of Oxford
- Col (rtd) Graham Fairclough, Changing Character of War Programme, University of Oxford