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Since 2001, an emerging global counter-terrorism architecture, composed of UN entities as well as new “soft-law” institutions like the Global Counter Terrorism Forum (GCTF) and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), is shaping law, policy, and practice at the regional and national levels.
Through the enactment of anti- and counter-terrorism and violent extremism legislation and other measures, including military, financial, and other data-related practices, the effect of this global counter-terrorism matrix is being felt across states and regions. It will potentially affect all citizens of the world and particularly threaten all segments of civil society, from human rights defenders to human rights and humanitarian NGOs.
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