Save the Date: Next Conference - London 16th - 18th May 2022
Due to ongoing pandemic issues, the next conference is now scheduled for May 2022 in London
New report on attitude of British Muslims posted in Articles section
Next Executive Teleconference
Recent Online Resources for the Analysis of Terrorism and Related Subjects:
INVICTM was established in June 2016 as an independent, international discussion group of experts from state and non-state bodies that shares ideas, experiences, and lessons learned with respect to response strategies for victims in the context of mass victimisation and terrorist incidents. We also host an annual International Symposium which brings together experts from many countries.
On May 19, 2018, INVICTM, held its second international symposium on Supporting Victims of Terrorism in Stockholm, Sweden. Please find attached the 2018 Symposium Report. This report is a representation of the discussions held during the symposium.
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"Intelligent, captivating and disturbing in equal measure. William Matchett's ‘Secret Victory’ reveals how the IRA was infiltrated, degraded and strategically defeated – at times with violent and deadly consequences. To read this book is to understand how intelligence drives irregular conflicts"
Doug Beattie MC MLA (Author of, An Ordinary Soldier)
"If there is a debt contracted by history, it is a debt owed to the patient, methodical, unseen, dangerous and thankless task of intelligence gathering performed by the RUC’s Special Branch. Matchett shows how its intelligence operations so confined the capacity for terrorism that it made possible the conditions for political agreement. This is often mentioned in passing by those writing on Northern Ireland. Matchett tells us how it was achieved. In doing so, he has produced a book of major significance"
Emeritus Professor at the University of Ulster
"This book poses a simple, but hitherto under examined subject regarding the effectiveness of the RUC Special Branch in combating violent subversion during the Northern Ireland crisis: a challenging topic, surrounded as it is by historical contention, political dispute and the innate secrecy of the Branch’s work. This has conspired to produce a lack of informed commentary on the topic, which this work successfully redresses"
Professor Michael Rainsborough
Head of War Studies, King’s College London
These are some Twitter sites that provide realtime updates on terrorist finance and money laundering:
Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units: @EGFU Consortium Against Terrorist Finance: @CATF
Financial Action Task Force: @FATF.news Money Jihad: @MoneyJihad