Despite a number of other challenges arising from the increasing number of Covid-19 cases, the threat on terrorism has been contained during the pandemic. As published in the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) “Covid-19 has placed a strain on criminal justice institutions in Indonesia, including those dedicated to countering and prosecuting terrorism”, stated Mr. Collie Brown, UNODC Indonesia Programme Office Head.


Promising practices such as using novel and innovative approaches have been adapted to educate and inform. This is a joint effort by the Law enforcement, government agencies, civil society organizations and international partners. 


Several initiatives have been in place to stress the importance of public health and a people-centered recovery efforts. Arising inequalities, diminishing opportunities on the socioeconomic sector and unsettled structural conditions may lead to recruitment attempts by violent extremist organizations. It is due to this that the road to Covid-19 recovery must be inclusive and human-centered to prevent the risk of developing such conditions.

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