The Inter-American Committee Against Terrorism (CICTE) serves as the preeminent organization within the Inter-American system for the coordination of efforts to protect the citizens of the member nations from the scourges of terrorism. Functioning through the exchange of information amongst the preeminent leaders, subject matter experts and decision makers work together to strengthen hemispheric solidarity and security.
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Purpose of the Database
The basic objectives of the CICTE database, as set forth in the Commitment of
Mar del Plata, are to:
Enhance the exchange of information via the competent national authorities,
Formulate proposal to assist member states in drafting appropriate
counterterrorism legislation in all states
Compile the bilateral, sub regional, regional and multilateral treaties and
agreements signed by member states and promote universal adherence to
international counterterrorism conventions
In that respect, this database contains examples of national legislation of
member states regarding terrorism, legislative examples from other nations of
the world, and draft legislation form related international organizations such
as OAS-CICAD, the Commonwealth Office, the United Nations, and other appropriate
agencies. The database also contains test and examples of regional and
multi-national treaties and conventions related to terrorism.
Additionally, contact information on subject matter experts in various fields
related to the fight against terrorism. While CICTE endeavors to maintain the
most accurate information possible, changes can and will occur. We welcome your
database also includes information on training courses, academic research, and
institutions involved in the efforts to counter terrorism.
Your participation and additions are
welcomes your comments, suggestions or problems encountered with this system.
Please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org