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Tackling the Multiplicity of Security Challenges…

Tackling the Multiplicity of Security Challenges in Taliban-run Afghanistan and Neighboring Countries: Terrorism, Organized Crime, Human Rights and Humanitarian Assistance
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The Permanent Missions of Afghanistan, Canada and Spain, jointly with the  Afghanistan Policy Lab of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) and the International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law (IIJ)  will hold a side event to discuss these and other relevant matters in the context of the current threat landscape of Taliban-run Afghanistan.

The event will address the challenges Member States face in implementing relevant Security Council resolutions and adopting operational security measures within the rule of law framework to preserve the fundamental rights and freedoms of the Afghan people in a manner that is consistent with the overall objective of promoting peace and stability in Afghanistan under the Charter of the United Nations and international law, and in line with obligations under international human rights law, refugee law, and humanitarian law.  

The event will bring together relevant counter-terrorism experts, practitioners, and academics who will share their insights and first-hand experiences for overcoming these challenges. Furthermore, the event will serve as a platform to discuss the 14th report of the Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team pursuant to resolution 2665 (2022) concerning the Taliban and the KAS-CEP report "The Taliban's Takeover in Afghanistan-Effects on Global Terrorism" .