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Counter-Terrorism Commission: Call for Evidence

Call For Evidence

Background and purpose

This consultation  is an activity of the Commission on UK Counter-Terrorism Law, Policy and Practice, which is convened by the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law. The purpose of this consultation is to invite your thoughts, ideas and proposals. The consultation sets out a series of General Questions in section 1. This is followed by more specific questions related to particular issues in sections 2-11.

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How to respond to the Call for Evidence

You are welcome to send thoughts to the General Questions listed in section 1. Instead, or as well, you are welcome to send your thoughts on one or more of the specific topics outlined on sections 2-10. They are to do with:

2. The conception and definition of terrorism
3. Criminal law offences related to terrorism
4. Policing powers and counter-terrorism 
5. Administrative and executive measures
6. Countering terrorism financing measures
7. Digital technologies and counter-terrorism 
8. The Prevent Strategy and counter-radicalisation policies
9. Prisons, rehabilitation and reintegration
10. Review, oversight and accountability

You are not expected to answer every question in this consultation. Rather, you are welcome to focus just on the questions and topics which are of most interest to you. Where appropriate we would encourage you to illustrate your thoughts with reference to evidence from your own personal or professional experience as well as to research or other relevant data.

Responses can be any length and can be accompanied by copies of relevant documents. Responses will not be made public. However, in its eventual report the Commission will acknowledge all the responses which it receives and will almost certainly wish to quote from some of them, with permission.

Deadline for submission of responses

We hope you can please respond by 15 November 2022.

Submitting your response to the Commission 

You can submit your response online, by post or email.

Online: here 

Post: The Independent Commission on UK Counter-Terrorism Law, Policy and Practice, Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP.


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