Asia-Europe Counter-Terrorism Dialogue

Countering Daesh Extremism

October 31 Monday

Date/time

October 31 - November 1 2016

Loc.

Singapur

Type

Experts' Meeting

The International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research and KAS' Regional Programme Political Dialogue Asia and the Pacific held the ‘Asia-Europe Counter-Terrorism Dialogue’ on 31 October and 1 November 2016 in Singapore.

Also available in Deutsch

The recent attacks in Paris, Jakarta, Brussels and Lahore are indicators of the rising terror threats in Europe and Asia. While calls for tighter security measures have become stronger, it is necessary to enhance international cooperation and contain Daesh extremism through comprehensive actions by all stakeholders including the Muslim communities themselves. The Dialogue analysed recent developments concerning extremism and the implications of terrorism on societies in Asia and Europe. Special attention was given to Daesh-linked activities in the respective countries, the different recruitment channels, reactions by the local Muslim community, possible future developments and responses.
Access to the event is by personal invitation only!

An exercise tests emergency response capability. | Photo: Douglas Fraser / U.S. Army / Flickr / CC BY 2.0

Photo: Douglas Fraser / U.S. Army / Flickr / CC BY 2.0

Contact person

Patrick Rüppel

Senior Programme Manager for Foreign and Security Policy, Geopolitics

Patrick Rüppel
Phone +65 6603 6166
Fax +65 6227 8343
Languages: Deutsch,‎ English

Partners

S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)