U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas, Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis (I&A) Ken Wainstein, and Counterterrorism Coordinator Nicholas Rasmussen announced the establishment of the Homeland Intelligence Experts Group.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the award of 34 grants, totaling $20 million, through the Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (TVTP) Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23).
We, the Home Affairs, Interior, Security and Immigration Ministers of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States convened in person, under Canada’s chairship, in Wellington, New Zealand on June 27-28, 2023 for the Five Country Ministerial.
This rapid review used a systematic approach to examine the available literature on rehabilitation and reintegration (R&R) programs for women and children returning from contexts of violent extremism, examining common assumptions, inputs, activities and outcomes across diverse settings.
This practical guidance is a resource for mental health and psychosocial practitioners seeking to support women and children exiting violent extremist conflict. It introduces common areas of need and provides resources for addressing these needs within the context of mental health and psychosocial service delivery. In addition, this guidance document encourages a phased approach to service delivery in accordance with the 5R framework. For more information on the 5R framework, please see "Supporting women and children returning from violent extremist contexts: Proposing a 5R framework to inform program and policy development".
2022 Year in Review: DHS Responded to Wide-Ranging Threats and Challenges, Built Capacity for the Future
In 2022, DHS responded to the dynamic threat landscape with leadership, new programs and capabilities, cross-component collaboration, and dedication to mission.