The Global Counter Terrorism Summit is by application only, all submissions are reviewed and you will be notified if your application is successful. You will also need to be registered for International Security Expo 2019 to attend.
*Figen Murrays keynote speech, Realities of Terror: A personal Impact, 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm Tuesday 3rd December, will be open to all attendees.
This, by application only, Summit, hosted by Martin Stanford a former Sky and now BBC World presenter, will see UK and US counter terror policy and approaches discussed at the highest levels. The lead for CTP UK, Neil Basu will open the event and be followed by the Home Office lead from the Office for Security and Counter Terror, in discussion with Michael McGarrity the Assistant Director for Counter Terrorism with the FBI and Dr Hugo Rosemount, the Director for Security and resilience with ADS enabling the chat. After the current challenges with Protect and Prepare the first of the ‘Realities of Terror’ presentations will feature Peter Moore, who was captured in Iraq in 2007 and held for 31 months.
Going international, Dr John Coyne from the Australian National Policy Institute and Dr Kelly Sundberg will develop the international flavour of the day before Adam Thompson form Counter Terror Police UK will update the audience on CONTEST which is perfect preparation to looking at the fastest emerging threat of extreme right wing terror which falls to the country’s leading expert on the subject Professor Alberto Testa. Ending the day and leaving the Summit with a reality punch in the stomach will be a hugely moving talk by Figen Murry and Nick Aldsworth introducing Martyn’s Law on the back of Figen losing her son Martyn in the horror of the Manchester Arena attack.
The Global Counter Terrorism Summit is by application only, all submissions are reviewed and you will be notified if your application is successful. You will also need to be registered for International Security Expo 2019 to attend.Click here to apply