2006 Counter Terror World Summit
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|Date||5 December 2006 - 6 December 2006|
|Planners||Michael Costain, Jo Mayer|
|Participants||Frank Gardner, Richard Mottram, Lord Carlile of Berriew, Paul Wilkinson, Jack Caravelli, Tarique Ghaffur, Shami Chakrabarti, Gus Hosein, Roger Smith, Toby Harris, Karl Wycoff, Mariot Leslie, Jacques Duchesneau, Phillip Webb, Muhammad Abdul Bari, Alan Beith, Shima Keene, Bruce George, Chris Fox, Imran Khan, Rachel Briggs, Amber Marks, Rachel Goodison, Brendan O'Neill, Sharif Hikmat Nashashibi, Justin Lewis|
Counter Terror World is an annual event focused on strengthening state security and combating international terrorism. Over 300 conference delegates, 3000 visitors and 150 exhibiting companies are expected to attend.
- Frank Gardner OBE, the BBC's fulltime Security Correspondent delivering an introductory keynote address
- Sir Richard Mottram, GCB, Permanent Secretary, Intelligence, Security and Resilience, The Cabinet Office on UK Counter Terror Policy
- Lord Carlile of Berriew, QC presenting a keynote address on Terrorism and Rights: A Vanishing Act?
- Professor Paul Wilkinson, Chairman, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St Andrews
- Dr Jack Caravelli, former White House National Security, delivering an address on US Responses to the Events of 9/11: A Strategy for Success?
- Assistant Commissioner Tarique Ghaffur, Metropolitan Police on The Nexus Between Crime and Terrorism
|Rachel Briggs||Chatham House expert|
|Alex Carlile||UK lawyer who gave a keynote address at the 2006 Counter Terror World Summit entitled Terrorism and Rights: A Vanishing Act?|
|Shami Chakrabarti||Known for being a long time director of Liberty, the UK civil liberties advocacy organisation, but with some interesting connections.|
|Shima Keene||A "terror expert" who directed the Institute for Statecraft's "Security Economics" project.|
|Mariot Leslie||Chatham House, UK's Permanent Representative to NATO|
|Richard Mottram||A former Security and Intelligence Co-ordinator|
|Muhammad Abdul Bari|
|Sharif Hikmat Nashashibi|
|Paul Wilkinson||Promoted the study of "terrorism" at the University of St. Andrews after being appointed a Professor of International Relations there in 1989.|
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