This report emphasises the essential need for upholding the established principles and standards of human rights and criminal justice in the context of counter-terrorism and counter-radicalisation. It argues that compliance with human rights and criminal justice requirements in radicalisation and terror-rated cases is an important element of the process of developing effective and sustainable counter-terrorism and counter-radicalisation trust-based strategies and approaches that enhance public safety and national security. It has been developed within the initiative FAIRNESS: Implementation of the Stockholm’s Roadmap in Cases of Terrorism and Radicalisation.
Comparative Legal Research
Mapping the Legal and Policy Landscape for Upholding Criminal Procedural Rights in the Context of Counter-Terrorism
Funded by the European Union’s Justice Programme (2014-2020)