Center on Global Counterterrorism Cooperation
The Center on Global Counterterrorism Cooperation (CGCC) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan policy institute dedicated to strengthening international counterterrorism cooperation. It works to build stronger partnerships to prevent terrorism among many actors and across many levels: the United Nations, regional organizations, and states; communities, police, and governments; researchers, practitioners, and policymakers; and survivors of terrorism around the world.
CGCC builds these partnerships through collaborative research and policy analysis and by providing practical advice. CGCC develops innovative counterterrorism programming and training and assists key stakeholders to develop sustainable solutions to preventing terrorism. CGCC is working to improve intergovernmental cooperation at the global, regional, and subregional levels; support community-led efforts to counter violent extremism; ensure respect for human rights and the rule of law; and empower civil society and victims of terrorism to speak out. As transnational threats evolve, CGCC is also working to foster a new generation of holistic, rule of law-based responses to organized crime and other forms of transnational violence.
With offices in New York and Washington, and programming on five continents, CGCC has built an unparalleled network of analysts and professionals working to prevent terrorism around the world. CGCC brings global best practices to local efforts and local insight to international policy discussions.