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Podcast: FATF Unintended Consequences

HSC's Executive Director, Lia van Broekhoven, spoke about NPO engagement with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) over the years in this CFCS, RUSI podcast.

 

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Why so many Tunisians don’t care whether what happened on the 25th of July was a coup or not…

Read this insightful piece by our MENA coordinator on the current situation in Tunisia, and why ordinary Tunisians do not much care whether what transpired on the 25th of July, 2021 is labelled a coup or not.   

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Freedom of Religion and Belief Youth Leadership Trajectory: Cameroon

Over a period of four days, 32 young leaders from Boko Haram-affected areas of Cameroon's Far North region came together to develop grassroot initiatives aimed at reinforcing human security in their communities. 

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Voices of teenagers facing insecurity in the district of Bamako

In the context of the multidimensional crisis that has shaken Mali since 2012, limited access to both formal and informal education has reduced the opportunities offered to teenagers to be autonomous and flourish freely in a peaceful and secure environment. A series of meetings have been organised with teenagers of six communes of the Bamako district to collect their points of view and bring their voices to decision-makers. 

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Van Stagiaire naar ‘Professional’

Nineteen year old Eva Koster shares her experience as an intern at HSC. Over the last six months, Eva has worked on various projects on Inclusive Leadership including the HORIZON 2020 Action Research project Participation and the Time 4 Your Future project. In a blog, Eva reflects on her experience and how it has enriched her studies in Applied Psychology. 

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HSC een Plek om te Leren

In a blog, Nassim looks back on his experience as an intern at HSC. During his internship, Nassim participated in several Inclusive Leadership projects, facilitating trainings with participants and conducting interviews with youth workers. He shares how his work on Inclusive Leadership has complemented his studies in Applied Psychology. 

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Observatory for Human Rights and Violent Extremism in the Far North of Cameroon

The Human Rights Observatory in the Far North Region of Cameroon takes a community-based approach towards monitoring human rights violations taking place within the context of the effort against violent extremism in Boko Haram-affected areas of Cameroon.

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20 CSOs release statement on new UN Global Counterterrorism Strategy

Civil Society Coalition on Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism statement on the 7th iteration of the UN's Global Counter Terrorism Strategy.

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UN CT Week: the critical role of civil society

Read our intervention made during the Second United Nations High-Level Conference on
Counter-Terrorism. We emphasized the critical need to rethink security and of allying the array
of political, economic, social, justice, and security tools needed to address violence with
‘civicness’. 

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New Report: A Business and Human Rights Perspective on Bank De-risking of Non-Profit Clients

An exciting new report, based on the premise that banks’ discretion to de-risk NPOs is limited by
their responsibility to respect human rights under the United Nations Guiding Principles on
Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.

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