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  • Steve Vladeck | Charity & Security Network
    related issues for a number of organizations including the First Amendment Center the Constitution Project and the ABA s Standing Committee on Law and National Security and he is a senior editor of the peer reviewed Journal of National Security Law and Policy He graduated from Yale Law School in 2004 after which he clerked for the Honorable Marsha S Berzon on the U S Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the Honorable Rosemary Barkett on the U S Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit While a law student he was Executive Editor of the Yale Law Journal and the Student Director of the Balancing Civil Liberties National Security Post 9 11 Litigation Project and he was awarded the Potter Stewart Prize for Best Team Performance in Moot Court and the Harlan Fiske Stone Prize for Outstanding Moot Court Oralist He earned a B A summa cum laude in History and Mathematics from Amherst College in 2001 where he wrote his senior thesis on Leipzig s Shadow The War Crimes Trials of the First World War and Their Implications from Nuremberg to the Present Issues Humanitarian Access Material Support Financial Action Task Force FATF Financial Access Peacebuilding

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  • Ellen Willmott | Charity & Security Network
    Treasury Office of Foreign Asset Control US Department of State and USAID in connection with US economic and trade regulations and anti terrorism regulations She has provided advice and counsel to InterAction in support of its legislative and administrative efforts on behalf of its members and acted as the chair of InterAction s Working Group on Office of Foreign Asset Control and the USAID Anti terrorism Certification In addition to her work for Save the Children Ms Willmott is the Chair of the Membership Subcommittee of the national Non Profit Committee of the Association of Corporate Counsel From 2004 2009 she was a member of the Board of Trustees of Clothes Helping Kids a charity working to benefit children in the Navajo Nation and in and around New Mexico She has been a regular speaker on compliance with US economic and trade regulations and anti terrorism laws for InterAction and InsideNGO She is an active member of the US NGO Counsel Forum an informal group of attorneys including counsel to World Learning CARE World Vision Mercy Corp and the International Rescue Committee Issues Humanitarian Access Material Support Financial Action Task Force FATF Financial Access Peacebuilding Countering Violent Extremism Click Here

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  • Ben Wizner | Charity & Security Network
    Hon Stephen Reinhardt of the U S Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Mr Wizner is a graduate of Harvard College and New York University School of Law Issues Humanitarian Access Material Support Financial Action Task Force FATF Financial Access Peacebuilding Countering Violent Extremism Click Here For More Issues Solutions Principles to Guide Solutions Models to Draw On Proposed Solutions News The latest headlines Resources Litigation Analysis Background Legislation

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  • Searchable Report Index
    link please contact 3 CSN For your convenience the reports are categorized under the following terms Please note that some reports may fall under multiple categories AWS Aid Worker Safety ATF Anti Terror Financing CVE Countering Violent Extremism CoC Code of Conduct and Guidelines Watch Government Watchlists HA Humanitarian Access HuRi Human Rights and Civil Liberties IHL International Humanitarian Law Intern l International Issues MS Material Support MENA Middle East

    Original URL path: http://www.charityandsecurity.org/print/909 (2016-02-16)
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  • Send by email | Charity & Security Network
    Home page Issues Humanitarian Access Material Support Financial Action Task Force FATF Financial Access Peacebuilding Countering Violent Extremism Click Here For More Issues Solutions Principles to Guide Solutions Models to Draw On Proposed Solutions News The latest headlines Resources Litigation Analysis Background Legislation Studies Reports Experts Blog About Us Staff Contact Search form Search Stay Up To Date Subscribe Publications The Latest News C SN Joins More Than 50 Orgs

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  • Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Overview
    Human Rights 14 Bad Laws How the FATF Is Used to Justify Laws That Harm Civil Society Freedom of Association and Expression 15 A Section by Section Summary of the 2015 BPP 16 Summary of Report The Impact of FATF Recommendation 8 on Civil Society in Europe and Asia 17 Risk Assessment Scoping Paper 18 Key FATF Documents Best Practices Paper BPP for Combating the Abuse of Non Profit Organisations 19 June 2015 FATF Clarifies Risk Based Approach Case by Case Not Wholesale De risking 20 October 2014 FATF Typology Report Risk of Terrorist Abuse in Non Profit Organisations 21 June 2014 FATF Guidance for Complying with UN s Targeted Sanctions Regime 22 June 2013 FATF Methodology for Assessing Technical Compliance with teh FATF Recommendations and the Effectiveness of AML CFT Systems 23 February 2013 FATF Guidance on National Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Risk Assessment 24 February 2013 2012 recommendations interpretive notes 3 February 2012 Typologies report on terrorist financing 25 February 2008 AML CFT Evaluations and Assessments Handbook for countries and assessors 26 April 2009 Emerging Terrorist Financing Risks 27 October 2015 Effective Supervision and Enforcement by AML CFT Supervisors of the Financial Sector and Law Enforcement 28 October 2015 Relevant Reports 29 Statewatch Human Security Collective Countering terrorism or constraining civil society The impact of Financial Action Task Force recommendations on non profit organisationsin Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia 30 Statewatch Transnational Institute Counter terrorism Policy Laundering and the FATF Legalising Surveillance Regulating Civil Society 31 Center on Law and Globalization FATF Doesn t Do Enough to Evaluate Effectiveness Monitor Potential Harms 32 FATF Archives 2014 FATF Typology Report Finds Service NGOs Most At Risk of Terrorist Abuse 7 Charity Security Network Human Security Collective Send Recommendations to the Financial Action Task Force 33 2013 Obama Hosts Panel on Supporting Civil Society 34 FATF Releases Guidance for Complying With UN s Targeted Sanctions Regime 35 34 FATF Holds First Consultation with Civil Society on Anti Terror Financing Rules and Protecting Nonprofits 36 2012 The FATF s Opportunity to Protect Nonprofits 37 FATF Regulations Should Not Harm the Work of Civil Society 38 See related issue Anti Terrorism Financing 39 Source URL http www charityandsecurity org FATF Overview Links 1 http www charityandsecurity org FATF Overview 2 http charityandsecurity org analysis Financial Action Task Force FATF and Why Nonprofits Care 3F 3 http www fatf gafi org media fatf documents recommendations pdfs FATF Recommendations pdf 4 http www charityandsecurity org background FATF What Nonprofits Need to know 5 http www charityandsecurity org news NPO Joint Comments on FATF Draft BPP 6 http www fatf gafi org media fatf documents reports Combating the abuse of NPOs Rec8 pdf 7 http www charityandsecurity org http 3A 252Fwww charityandsecurity org FATF Typology Report Finds 8 http www charityandsecurity org news NPOs Ask FATF Consulatative Process 9 http www charityandsecurity org contact 10 http fatfplatform org 11 http www charityandsecurity org Improvements Needed in Upcoming FATF Evaluation of US 12

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  • Send by email | Charity & Security Network
    audio verification Home page Issues Humanitarian Access Material Support Financial Action Task Force FATF Financial Access Peacebuilding Countering Violent Extremism Click Here For More Issues Solutions Principles to Guide Solutions Models to Draw On Proposed Solutions News The latest headlines Resources Litigation Analysis Background Legislation Studies Reports Experts Blog About Us Staff Contact Search form Search Stay Up To Date Subscribe Publications The Latest News C SN Joins More Than

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  • The Financial Action Task Force: What Nonprofits Need to Know | Charity & Security Network
    states and eight regional associate members and official observer bodies such as the World Bank and UN agencies It sets anti terrorist financing and anti money laundering standards that are used to assess the adequacy of laws in nearly every country Because FATF is not treaty based and has no real legal authority there is little transparency or public accountability Although its recommendations do not create binding international obligations its significant power and influence come from its evaluation program which assesses 180 countries for compliance with its standards A negative rating by FATF can affect a nation s international credit rating and ability to attract investors FATF on Nonprofit Organizations R8 says countries should ensure that nonprofits cannot be misused by terrorist groups Two key documents provide guidance on how FATF expects governments to implement R8 The Interpretive Note IN lays out objectives principles and the types of measures countries should take to be rated compliant The Best Practices Paper provides details on how government should implement R8 In June 2014 FATF published a report 1 identifying typologies of terrorist abuse of civil society It concluded that NPOs most at risk are those engaged in service activities that operate in close proximity to active terrorist threats FATF Recommendations also cover financial institutions which have increasingly been expected to act as monitoring and enforcement arms of governments to identify track and stop illicit money flows The cost of compliance and the threat of significant sanctions for violations have led banks to derisk by dropping low profit customers such as NPOs As a result charities and grantmakers now find it more difficult to access financial services Authoritarian countries have abused the FATF process to infringe on the rights of civil society including its autonomy and ability to receive international support Other governments have exceeded the requirements of R8 in their eagerness to get a compliant rating in FATF s assessment process Spotlight Critique and Response A 2012 groundbreaking report by Statewatch and the Transnational Institute examining the effects of FATF regulations in almost 160 countries found that FATF rules are being used by governments as an instrument to further cut back on the space of civil society freedom to access and distribute financial resources for development conflict resolution and human rights work 2 In response to the report FATF stated It will be important that regulations and actions in this area do not harm the legitimate activities of such organisations In 2013 after consultation with NPOs FATF made significant revisions to the Best Practices Paper that takes a more constructive approach Its findings include that government oversight should be flexible effective and proportional to the risk of abuse and recognition that non profit self regulatory organizations can play a role in protecting the sector Also in 2013 FATF adopted a new evaluation methodology that emphasizes the effectiveness of national systems Civil society now has a way to draw attention to the counterproductive aspects of unnecessary restrictions on their operations and access to

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