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  • Send by email | Charity & Security Network
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  • Book: Civil Society Under Strain Includes Chapter on U.S. by CSN Staff
    unjust or overbroad anti terror laws Each chapter is authored by nonprofit experts or scholars presenting the common shared and unique challenges for nonprofits in countries such as the United States Sri Lanka Australia and former Soviet republics like Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan The chapter describing counterproductive counterterrorism laws that restrict U S nonprofits is written by Kay Guinane and Suraj K Sazawal of the Charity and Security Network The book was edited by Jude Howell and Jeremy Lind both distinguished researchers at the London School of Economics The chapter about the U S Counter Terrorism Measures and the NGO Section in the United States A Hostile Environment identifies the short term responses to national security threats passed in the wake of 9 11 and their detrimental long term consequences for the entire U S nonprofit sector The chapter is divided into four parts Part 1 reviews and analyzes the flaws underlying the legal counter terrorism regime Part 2 describes the negative and disproportionate influence U S anti terror policy has had in other countries and details how it conflicts with international law including the Geneva Conventions Part 3 focuses on the impact on domestic nonprofits and on the people they

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  • CSN: How the Work of Charities Can Counter Terror
    needs promote respect and understanding and engage people in peaceful political participation But rather than welcoming their contribution American national security laws and policies have erected barriers that unnecessarily restrict nonprofits efforts The December 2009 report 3 addresses the need to acknowledge the critical role nonprofits play in improving our security by alleviating suffering and promoting human rights in global hotspots It is based on a March 20 2009 panel discussion sponsored by the Charity and Security Network and Cordaid a Dutch aid and development organization The event was held at the National Press Club in Washington DC International nonprofit leaders from Colombia the Palestinian States and the Philippines shared their first hand accounts of working in environments directly impacted by oppressive counterterrorism measures They explained how U S laws complicated program operations for nonprofits in their regions and how their national security laws have been abused as vehicles for suppressing political opposition and human rights activists Representatives of the U S nonprofit sector spoke about how U S laws and policies restrict nonprofit operations beyond what is necessary to protect national security These include the Treasury Department s Anti Terrorist Financing Guidelines Voluntary Best Practices For U S Based Charities and the United States Agency for International Development s USAID proposed Partner Vetting System Speaking weeks after the attacks of 9 11 one U S Senator told colleagues If we are going to win this war against terrorism we have to be willing to invest in the lives and livelihoods of the people of the developing world She understood that providing basic necessities of life and addressing political injustice can be powerful means of overcoming violent extremism A comprehensive strategy to combat violent extremism respects all peaceful people regardless of politics or cultures and promotes fundamental fairness while protecting

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  • CSN Events Overview
    a Delegation of Iraqi NGO Leaders 10 February 8 Telebriefing on PVS and What You Can Do 11 2011 Events November 7 Brown Bag Lunch with Dr David Small on the Impact of Exporting One Size Fits All Counterterrorism Policies 12 August 10 Telebriefing on Meeting the Humanitarian Imperative in Somalia 13 July 26 Brown Bag Lunch with the Council on Foundations New Managing Director of Global Philanthropy John Harvey 14 June 21 The Humanitarian Law Project Decision Problems for Peacebuilding Aid and Free Speech One Year Later 15 2010 Events July 12 Impact of HLP Decision on Conflict Resolution with David Cole Audio Available 16 May 17 Commitment to Charitable Giving One Year After Obama s Cairo Speech 17 March 15 Authors Jeremy Lind and Jude Howell Discuss their book Civil Society Under Strain Counter Terrorism Policy Civil Society and Aid Post 9 11 18 February 17 Briefing on Holder v Humanitarian Law Project with CSN and The Constitution Project Video Available 19 January 26 Roundtable Discussion on Zakat Committees 20 2009 Events July 1 Dilemma for US NGOs Counterterrorism Laws vs the Humanitarian Imperative 21 March 29 How Charities Counter Terror 22 Source URL http www charityandsecurity org CSN Events Overview 20 Links 1 http www charityandsecurity org CSN Events Overview 20 2 http www charityandsecurity org CSNEvents Whats in a Name Listing Delisting US EU UN 3 http charityandsecurity org CSNEvents Congressional Briefing Effective Counterterrorism New Era 4 http www charityandsecurity org news Aid Experts Discuss Challenges Working Terrorist Groups 5 http charityandsecurity org CSNEvents Congression Briefing Safeguarding Humanitarianism 6 http www charityandsecurity org CSNEvents Track 2 Diplomacy After HLP 7 http www charityandsecurity org CSN Events May8 Cordaids Lia van Broekhoven 8 http www charityandsecurity org CSNEvents Muslim Civil Society In US 9 http www charityandsecurity

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    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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  • What's in a Name? Comparing Terrorist Listing / Delisting Procedures in the US, EU and UN
    2013 the Charity Security Network in cooperation with the American Bar Association s Middle East Committee and International Human Rights Committee brought a panel of experts together to discuss the differences in listing procedures in the UN US and EU and how human rights and due process concerns have surfaced Panelists included Kimberly Prost the UN s ombudsperson for delisting Maya Lester a barrister from the UK who has defended individuals on the terrorist lists in the EU and UK and David Cole a Professor of Law at Georgetown University who has also defended individuals and organizations listed as terrorists in the U S Full audio of the event and other resources are available below Full Audio of Event 2 1 Hour Transcript of Event 3 Resources and Background CSN Factsheet Terrorist Delisting 4 CSN Blog De Listed U S Lacks Review Process for Terrorist Designations 5 European Sanctions Blog Featuring Maya Lester 6 Background on UN Office of the Ombudsperson for Delisting 7 Source URL http www charityandsecurity org CSNEvents Whats in a Name Listing Delisting US EU UN Links 1 http www charityandsecurity org CSNEvents Whats in a Name Listing Delisting US EU UN 2 http www charityandsecurity

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