About SEARCCT

The Southeast Asia Regional Centre for Counter-Terrorism (SEARCCT) was officially launched on 1 July 2003 by the then Minister of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia, the Honourable Tan Sri Syed Hamid

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Vision

Towards a Robust Community in Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism

Mission

The Center aims to achieve its vision based on the following Mission Statement:

  1. Enhance regional competence in countering terrorism through quality and comprehensive capacity-building programmes;
  2. Conduct and publish research in significant areas of terrorism and counter-terrorism;
  3. Implement effective soft approach initiatives in countering extremism via strategic communications;
  4. Promote public awareness and disseminate information on the threats of terrorism and measures taken to counter them; and
  5. Establish and strengthen strategic partnerships at the local and international levels.

Objective

  1. Develop and organise comprehensive capacity building and public awareness programmes on counter-terrorism;
  2. Produce and publish quality research materials on significant areas of terrorism and counter-terrorism; and
  3. Enhance soft power initiatives towards countering terrorism and extremism.

Focus Activities

  1. Creating and implementing effectives modules and programmes to develop participants’ knowledge and technical know-how on terrorism and counter-terrorism efforts;
  2. Providing effective platform for the consultation of experts, knowledge sharing and collaboratives research; and
  3. Promoting the empowerment of stakeholders to be the medium for CVE through strategic.
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Vision

Towards a Robust Community in Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism

Mission

The Center aims to achieve its vision based on the following Mission Statement:

  1. Enhance regional competence in countering terrorism through quality and comprehensive capacity-building programmes;
  2. Conduct and publish research in significant areas of terrorism and counter-terrorism;
  3. Implement effective soft approach initiatives in countering extremism via strategic communications;
  4. Promote public awareness and disseminate information on the threats of terrorism and measures taken to counter them; and
  5. Establish and strengthen strategic partnerships at the local and international levels.

Objective

  1. Develop and organise comprehensive capacity building and public awareness programmes on counter-terrorism;
  2. Produce and publish quality research materials on significant areas of terrorism and counter-terrorism; and
  3. Enhance soft power initiatives towards countering terrorism and extremism.

Focus of Activities

  1. Creating and implementing effectives modules and programmes to develop participants’ knowledge and technical know-how on terrorism and counter-terrorism efforts;
  2. Providing effective platform for the consultation of experts, knowledge sharing and collaboratives research; and
  3. Promoting the empowerment of stakeholders to be the medium for CVE through strategic.
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