The thinktank Demos has published a report (link here) on the unintended consequences of sanctions / asset-freezing measures on the NGO sector.

The report, entitled ‘Uncharitable Behaviour’, is written by Tom Keatinge.  He describes in detail the role of banks in enforcing sanctions relating in particular to terrorism, Iran, Syria, Russia, and Libya, the “far-reaching and unintended consequences” of these measures on NGOs, and makes a number of recommendations for improvement.

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About Maya Lester QC

Maya Lester QC has a wide ranging practice in public law, European law, competition law, international law, human rights & civil liberties. She has a particular expertise in sanctions. As the most recent (2016) Chambers & Partners directory put it, she "owns the world of sanctions". She spent 2011-12 in New York at Columbia Law School lecturing and writing on sanctions. She represents and advises hundreds of companies and individuals before the European and English courts and has acted in most of the leading cases, including Kadi, Tay Za, Central Bank of Iran, NITC and IRISL.

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