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What is Human Security Collective about?

Human Security Collective (HSC) is a foundation with a strong background in Development, Conflict Transformation and Security. HSC bridges the gap between people and security. We address the asymmetric character of decision-making in the domain of security by ensuring multi-stakeholder engagement, and protect and expand the operational and political space of civil society.

HSC connects local human security with global security, engages civil society with important security agendas on conflict prevention, counter terrorism and de-radicalization. It enables governments to build meaningful and trustful engagement and partnership with civil society on security matters. HSC is a hub and facilitates a network of civil society leaders working on a broad spectrum of security-related issues.


‘Building Resilience with Tunisian and Dutch Youth in High Risk Areas’

 Human Security Collective (HSC) has just kicked off a project (January 2016) working with Dutch and Tunisian youth on issues concerning local security, social cohesion and resilience. This is being carried out in close cooperation with local civil society organizations. The project aims at engaging youth from Delft and six areas of Tunisia (Tunis, Ben Arous, Kef, Siliana, Kasserine and Medenine) in order to work on enhancing resilience, social cohesion and security in their communities. For more see here.



April 7-8, UN, Geneva: HSC participating in the ‘Geneva Conference on Preventing Violent Extremism – The Way Forward, organized by the United Nations in partnership with the Government of Switzerland.

♦ April 18, UNODC, Vienna: Daylong NPO consultation with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on the margins of the Private Sector Consultative Forum, discussing potential changes to FATF’s Recommendation 8 (and its Interpretative Note) on NPOs.

April 26-30, Venice, Italy: HSC presenting paper on our work in communities across ther globe at an international workshop on ‘Female Migration to Isis’, funded by NATO.


Radio: HSC on NPO Radio 1's Bureau Buitenland speaking about Al Qaeda in the Islamic 
Maghreb (AQIM) in light of the recent attack in the Ivory Coast (March 2016). 
Report: The UN has released its detailed Plan of Action on Preventing Violent Extremism 
(December 2015). Read here. 
See here for the comments of the Global NPO Coalition on the FATF on the open, 
public comment process, seeking input from NPOs on revision of the Interpretive Note
(IN) for Recommendation 8 (R8, non profit organisations). The IN is binding guidance 
for implementation of R8. Listen here to the webinar held on Nov 13 explaining the 
ins and outs of the proposed FATF policy-revision process. 
Feature: On the de-risking by banks and its consequences, especially on remittances.
Fulco van Deventer shares his thoughts in this article in De Groene Amsterdammer(Sept 2015)
Blog: Discussion on Countering Violent Extremism and Human Security in Mali 
by Siebrich Visser, June 2015.
Website: Go to the Civil Society platform on the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to 
learn more about how civil society is effectively engaged in the debate on anti-money
laundering and combatting terrorism financing. http//fatfplatform.org/


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