Conclusions from the High-Level International Conference on Human Rights, Civil Society and Counter-Terrorism Organized in Malaga


The first high-level international conference on Human Rights, Civil Society and Counter-Terrorism, jointly organized by the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT) and Spain, concluded today in Málaga. More than 430 participants, among them member states, regional and international organizations, United Nations entities and 44 Civil Society organizations, came together to exchange ideas and experiences and urged better integration of human rights, the rule of law and civil society voices in counter-terrorism efforts, in line with the 7th review of the Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy. Civil society organizations contributed to all parts of the conference and shared their experiences as eminent speakers in the high-level opening segment, and as co-moderators and panelists of the five thematic working sessions. Civil society organizations, human rights defender and victims’ associations also shaped the conference agenda in several rounds of consultations with key United Nations entities. Read more here.
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