HOW CIVIL SOCIETY CAN ENGAGE EFFECTIVELY IN COUNTER-TERRORISM PROCESSES
Read here on where the entry points are for NPOs to engage in the FATF evaluation process and beyond.
VIDEO (45 mins): HOLD YOUR PEACE
Hold Your Peace is a documentary film by the Women Peacemakers Program showing how nonprofit organizations (NPOs), especially small grassroots and women’s organizations, have had their operating space severely curtailed by counter-terror regulations. This includes losing critical access to resources, as well as the ability to fully use banking facilities; all of which circumscribe how, where, and, in some cases, even whether they can undertake their core work on mobilizing human rights, gender equality, and advancing peace in their communities. The film includes interviews with grassroots women’s organizations in Lebanon, Tunisia and Jordan, as well as withTransnational Institute’s Ben Hayes, Human Security Collective’s Fulco van Deventer, Charity & Security Network’s Kay Guinane and Duke University Law School’s Jayne Huckerby.
Expert Hub Workshop, 23-25 Jan 2018, The Hague
Day 1, Session 1- A Global Story: Who makes the rules and how?
Day 1, Session 3 – AML/CFT FATF Standards: Rules and their impact at the country level
Day 2, Session 2: Country Evaluation – theory and practice
FATF Report: Risk of Terrorist Abuse in Non-Profit Organisations (Typologies Report)