Core/Steering group

Four organisations lead the Coalition. These are:

Charity & Security Network: CSN  monitors the impact of CSNrestrictive counter-terrorism measures on nonprofits, especially those imposed by the US Government and US Treasury post 9/11 and   advocates for reform.


European Center for Not for Profit Law: ECNL advises 300x300[1]governments and NPOs on NPO law and is involved in policymaking concerning the civil and political rights of NPOs in countries around the world.


European Foundation Center: EFC engages the EC on policy, laws efc-logo-600dpi-998x1024[1]    and regulation that affect foundations in European countries.


Human Security Collective: HSC has been engaging counter-HSCterrorism policymakers since 2008 with the aim of including civil society in CT (counter-terrorism) and CVE (countering violent extremism) policymaking and programming.


They have been supported for this work in part by the Open Society Foundation Human Rights Initiative.Basic CMYK The views on the platform do not necessarily represent the views of the Open Society Foundations.


The larger core group includes: Al-Hayat Center (Jordan), Charity and Security Network (US), Conectas (Brazil), European Center for Not for Profit Law (Hungary), European Foundation Center (Belgium), Human Security Collective (Netherlands), International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (US), International Development Law Centre (IDLO), Islamic Relief Worldwide (UK), Norwegian Refugee Council (CH), PINGO (Indonesia), Sigrid Rausing Trust (UK), Somalia NGO Consoritum (Kenya), Spaces for Change (Nigeria), Transparency International (DE), UnidOSC (MX), Zakat Foundation of America (US). 

(This online platform is run by the Human Security Collective out of The Hague.)