Government resolution guides Finland’s counter-terrorism activities

17.11.2022 13.41
Photo: Miisa Kaartinen
The Government has adopted a resolution on the National Counter-Terrorism Strategy for 2022–2025. The Strategy sets out the strategic counter-terrorism objectives and actions and supports sustained and broad cooperation among all those involved in counter-terrorism. This is an update to the previous strategy and it does not contain any significant new strategic guidelines.

Measures preventing violent extremism and radicalisation proceed

18.2.2021 8.48
People on the street.
According to the annual report, work on preventing violent extremism and radicalisation has proceeded well despite the coronavirus pandemic.

New action plan on violent radicalisation and extremism

19.12.2019 15.32
The Government has issued a resolution on the national action plan 2019–2023 for the prevention of violent radicalisation and extremism. The action plan aims to reduce extremist violence and its threat to individuals, communities and society, and to promote equality, freedom of expression and other constitutional rights.

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