(Part 2) National Human Rights-Based Counter-Terrorism Responses - 2022 UNOCT Málaga Conference (Side Event 1)
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High-Level International Conference on Human Rights, Civil Society and Counter-Terrorism "For a future free from terrorism: Building resilience with civil society through the rule of law and human rights"
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The side event entitled 'Human Rights in National Counterterrorism Strategies and Responses', will bring together Member States, United Nations entities and experts, National Human Rights Institutions, and civil society actors, to discuss how human rights can be practically included when states design and implement counter-terrorism strategies and responses. It will provide an opportunity, to explore the processes used by States to include human rights principles and to engage human rights entities in their strategies and responses.  

The side events will provide a space to inform, raise awareness, foster understanding, stimulate debate and dialogue, gain political support and influence, and establish networks. Side events offer a platform for rich discussion to generate innovative and fruitful recommendations regarding some of the most acute counter-terrorism and prevention and countering of violent extremism (CT/PCVE) challenges. The outcomes of these events are expected to enrich the main conference's plenary discussions, to help accelerate global momentum and deepen international commitment to implementing the United Nation's Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy.

The 2022 UNOCT Málaga Conference will bring together Member States, United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Coordination Compact entities, international and regional organizations, human rights and civil society organizations, experts and other stakeholders to engage in a robust and practical exchange of innovative ideas on how to strengthen social cohesion, build resilience, and effectively embed human rights, gender equality and the rule of law into the international community's response to terrorism and violent extremism, while safeguarding and promoting human rights, in particular the rights of women, children, and victims of terrorism.