For as long as we have had a CTF regime, public-private information sharing and collaboration has been at its centre. Yet over two decades since 9/11, we have seen only a meagre expansion of formal PPPs across Europe, resulting in underutilised capacities and substandard CTF outcomes.
In her CRAAFT research briefing entitled ‘PPPs and Terrorist Financing: Opportunities and Challenges’, Bajarūnaitė outlines the legislative, technological and security-related challenges to establishing successful PPPs, and provides guidance on how these might be navigated in order to yield the rich benefits of structured public-private information sharing.
How to join
Participants can access the webinar either online or via phone. Please note that only participants joining us online will be able to submit questions during the webinar. The webinar, including Q&A, will be recorded and published on the Project CRAAFT website.
For any questions regarding the event, email Elena Platon at firstname.lastname@example.org