Center for Security Research Events The CSR is organizing a workshop on „Best practices and approaches in the reintegration of foreign terrorist fighter (FTF) returnees“

The CSR is organizing a workshop on „Best practices and approaches in the reintegration of foreign terrorist fighter (FTF) returnees“

Within the CSR operational framework, taking into account the relevance of the topic related to foreign terrorist fighters and the process of reintegration of returnees, we consider it extremely important for this topic to develop a useful discussion between directly or indirectly affected individuals, institutions and organizations, during which opinions and best practices for dealing with this process will be exchanged.

For that purpose, we will be organizing the workshop titled „Best practices and approaches in the reintegration of foreign terrorist fighter (FTF) returnees“ on Feb 23, 2021 06:00 PM, which will be held online via ZOOM.

The login details, the agenda and the speakers bio can be found in the event poster or in the following link:

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