The International Anti-Terrorist Financing System’s Negative Effect on Civil Society Resources


This article by Kay Guinane of the Charity & Security Network explains how the Financial Action Task Force has contributed to the global trend of restrictions on civil society. It goes on to describe civil society’s response and suggests ways in which CSOs can engage in the FATF process to prevent further restrictions.

It originally appeared in CIVICUS’s 2015 State of Civil Society Report.