Call for Contributions for Visiting Expert (VE) for the European Union Integrated Border Management Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM Libya)
Opportunity type : Calls for Proposals
Position Name: Counter–Terrorism Adviser
The Counter–Terrorism Adviser reports to the Head of Law Enforcement Unit. Main Tasks and Responsibilities: •To operationalise the Mission mandate and tasks as set out in the planning documents and theMission Implementation Plan (MIP) by advising and mentoring local counterpart(s) on operationallevel; •To support the Mission’s efforts in addressing areas of structural weaknesses in the performanceand accountability of respective counterparts/institutions and to propose relevant solutions; •To maintain necessary contacts and build relationships with relevant local actors on counterterrorism; •To liaise closelywith other Mission horizontal advisers; •To contribute to inform and develop EU civilian options on SSR effort in Libya; •To assess the overall status of the Libyan capacity to counter terrorism and that of the relevantgoverning authorities, including through the analysis of the relevant legislation; •To assist in developing a law enforcement approach on counter–terrorism (rule of law basedapproach) andimplementingrelevantcounter–terrorismpolicies,strategy,institutionalarchitecture and legislation, in accordance with international standards and human rights as wellas in coordination with other international actors and stakeholders (with particular reference to theimplementation of UNSCR 1371, 1267, 2178, UN Instruments in combating terrorism signed byLibya and UN Global Counter–terrorism Strategy); •To assist Libyan Authorities in building up a CT Fusion Cell in organising training and deliveryof equipment in partnership with CEPOL, EUROPOL and INTERPOL); •To assist in the development of an approach and measures related to counter–radicalisation andrecruitment of terrorists/countering violent extremism; •To contribute to mapping the relevant Libyan and International Community actors in regard tocounter–terrorism; •To liaise and cooperate closely with other EU, Libyan, UNSMIL, CTITF, UNODC and otherInternational Community actors (Global Counter–terrorism Forum, Interpol); •To engage in consultations with and assistance to relevant Libyan institutions and governingauthorities, both at central and decentralised levels.