Anti-Terrorism Lecture Series 2020

This is the first in the ATLS 2020 Series. A forum on the proposed Anti-Terrorism Bill pending the signature of the President of the Republic of the Philippines.

The Philippines’ New Anti-Terrorism Law:
Fighting Terrorism with Justice

WHEN: 05 June 2020
TIME: 09:45am to 11:45am (Philippine Standard Time)
WEB PLATFORM: Zoom

FREE FORUM

AAA and PIPVTR conduct the first session of the Anti-Terrorism Lecture Series (ATLS). The first in the 2020 series is a forum on the proposed Anti-Terrorism Bill pending the signature of the President of the Republic of the Philippines.

This Anti-Terrorism Lecture Series is hosted by SecurityMatters Consultancy Services.

About Ace And Associates Risk Management, Inc.

Ace And Associates (AAA) provides holistic asset protection and risk management consultancy services with emphasis on convergence of all aspects of security from conception to implementation.

AAA is a truly-independent consulting firm with no conflicting interests on security manpower and logistics vendor. It has three Certified Protection Professionals in its risk assessment and security audit teams.

About Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence and Terrorism Research

PIPVTR is an independent academic research institute and a non-government, non-profit, and non-partisan think-tank. It promotes the principle of non-violence and uphold the culture of peace by conducting rigorous investigative studies , intelligence analysis, and peace research to understand the pathologies of terrorism in the Philippines.

AAA, PIPVTR, and SecurityMatters hold trainings, lectures, seminars, conferences, and roundtable discussions to examine the underlying factors or root causes of armed conflicts, political violence, security cases, and terrorism in the Philippines and abroad.

PIPVTR holds trainings, lectures, seminars, conferences and roundtable discussions to examine the underlying factors or root causes of armed conflicts, political violence and terrorism in the Philippines and abroad.

Main Speaker

Prof. Rommel C. Banlaoi, PhD is a Filipino academic, international security analyst, and a political science scholar. He is the Chairman of the Board of the Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence and Terrorism Research and Director of its Center for Intelligence and National Security Studies (CINSS). He finished his BA and MA in Political Science at the University of the Philippines in Diliman where he took his PhD in Political Science (ABD Status). He earned his PhD in International Relations at Jinan University in Guangzhou, China. Dr. Banlaoi was a Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the National Defense College of the Philippines (1998-2008), Assistant Professor of International Studies at De La Salle University (1997-1998), University Research Associate at the University of the Philippines in Diliman (1996) and Instructor in Political Science at the University of the Philippines Los Banos (1992-1995). He teaches at the International Studies department of Miriam College (2009-present). In 2011, he received the Albani Peace Prize Award for Peace Education. He also received the “Kahanga-hangang Pilipino” (Outstanding Filipino) Award in 2012 for peace research and national security education. On the occasion of the 2016 World CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Congress Day in Mumbai, India, Dr. Banlaoi received the Award for Outstanding Contribution to Humanitarian and Social Cause.

He has authored several books and among them are:

  • The Marawi Siege and Its Aftermath: The Continuing Terrorist Threats
  • Philippines-China Relations: Geopolitics, Economics and Counterterrorism
  • Al-Harakatul Al-Islamiyyah: Essays on the Abu Sayyaf Group, Terrorism in the Philippines from Al Qaeda to ISIS
  • Marawi City Siege and Threats of Narcoterrorism in the Philippines
  • Philippine Security in the Age of Terror
  • Al Harakatul Al Islammiyah:Essays on the Abu Sayyaf Group
  • Counter-Terrorism Measures in Southeast Asia: How Effective Are They
  • War on Terrorism in Southeast Asia
  • Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia: The Abu Sayyaf Threat
  • The Philippines and Australia: Defense and Security Cooperation Against Terrorism

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