August 20, 2021 In a letter to President Biden, C&SN joined 300+ organizations and faith-based groups called on the president to imploring him to "expand opportunities for Afghans to seek refuge in the United States."
Washington, D.C., July 29, 2021 — In response to the Israeli government’s most recent raid on July 29 on the office of a Palestinian civil society organization, the Defense for Children International (DCI) - Palestine,
July 16, 2021 C&SN Director Paul Carroll and Bonnie Klassen, the Area Director for South America, Mexico and Cuba at the Mennonite Central Committee, write for InkStick on the role of U.S. sanctions in Cuba's
July 13, 2021 At about 3 a.m. on July 7, 2021 the Israeli army raided the Union of Agricultural Work Committees’ (UAWC) Ramallah office, confiscating computers, files and documents, as well as a video recorder.
A joint Alliance for Peacebuilding (AfP) and Charity & Security Network (C&SN) report, Preventing Peace: How "Material Support" Laws Undermine Peacebuilding, offers analysis and examples of the adverse impacts of “material support” laws on peacebuilding
C&SN Joins 20 Groups in Urging the UN to Ensure Independent Oversight of its Counterterrorism Architecture
June 30, 2021 Today, in response to the adoption of the 7th review of United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy (GCTS) by the UN General Assembly, 20 organizations including the Charity & Security Network signed onto
June 23, 2021 On June 17, 2021 the U.S. Treasury Department issued three general licenses to allow greater access for populations in Iran, Syria and Venezuela to supplies that will help them combat COVID-19. This
June 23, 2021 A June report by the European Public Interest Law Clinic of New York University Law School in Paris, in cooperation with Human Security Collective (HSC), ABN AMRO and Dentons Netherlands, offers new
June 14, 2021 The Zionist Advocacy Center (TZAC) has failed in another attempt to win a political motivated False Claims Act (FCA) lawsuit against a charity that provides assistance to people in need in Palestine
TZAC filed a False Claims Act suit against the UK-based charity Christian Aid, claiming it falsely signed the USAID anti-terrorism certification because it allegedly funded a local Lebanese charity that in turn worked with a