C&SN Op-Ed: Even the Treasury Department Admits Sanctions Don’t Work – Responsible Statecraft

April 10th, 2023|Blog, C&SN In the News, News, Sanctions, Uncategorized|

Following U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's comments that U.S. sanctions regimes placed on Iran are not working, C&SN's Associate Director for Policy & Advocacy, Ashleigh Subramanian-Montgomery, underscores the ineffective track record of U.S. sanctions regimes in meeting their stated U.S. foreign policy objectives. She highlights the suffering U.S. sanctions impose on

C&SN Speaks at a High-Level Civil Society Event at the United Nations

March 13th, 2023|Counter-terrorist Financing, Countering Violent Extremism, Counterterrorism and Human Rights, Humanitarian Safeguards, Material Support, News, Sanctions|

On Mar. 9, 2023, the Global Center on Cooperative Security hosted the event, “Civil Society Reflections on the 2023 Report of the Secretary-General on Activities of the United Nations System in Implementing the United Nations

C&SN Submits Input for UN Study: Counterterrorism Impacts on Civil Society

March 2nd, 2023|Abstracts, Counter-terrorist Financing, Countering Violent Extremism, Counterterrorism and Human Rights, De-risking, Financial Access, News, PeaceBuilding, Permissible Activities, Sanctions|

On Feb. 28, 2023, the Charity & Security Network (C&SN) submitted input to the United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism, Fionnuala D.

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