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The Charity and Security Network monitors U.S. and foreign government activities and a wide range of news sources to identify developments in national security policy that impact civil society and nonprofit organizations. We collect and disseminate relevant information on our website, via our Twitter and Facebook accounts, and through our biweekly email newsletter, which contains links to a variety of news articles. To read the most recent issues of our email newsletter or to subscribe, click here

Our staff also creates news pieces on events and developments of particular interest to our members that are not covered in other news outlets. Those stories can be found below, in revese chronological order. 

Congressional Task Force on Terrorism Finance Releases Report

Date: 
December 22, 2016

Concluding its research into stopping the financing of terrorism, the bipartisan Task Force to Investigate Terrorism Financing of the U.S. House  of Representatives's Financial Services Committee has released a report of its findings. Stopping Terror Finance: Securing the U.S. Financial Sector, is the product of 11 hearings over two six-month periods, beginning in April 2015. 

Report Summarizes Outcomes of Multi-Stakeholder Meeting on FATF's Evaluation Process

Date: 
December 6, 2016

A new report, Enhancing Effective Implementation of FATF Standards on Nonprofits: Lessons learnt from mutual evaluation processes, summarizes the main discussion points and recommendations from a September 2016 a meeting with representatives of governments, nonprofit organizations and Financial Action Task Force Secretariat staff.

FATF Releases New Evaluation of U.S. - Nonprofit Recommendation Addressed

Date: 
December 2, 2016
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The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) released the results of its Mutual Evaluation of the United States on Dec. 1, 2016, assessing compliance with its 40 anti-terrorist financing and anti-money laundering standards, including Recommendation 8 (R8) on nonprofit organizations (NPOs). Key comments are below.

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